Vivek Anand Oberoi’s first look revealed from Mandiraa Entertainment and Oberoi Mega Entertainment’s ‘Rosie’

Rosie’: Mandiraa Entertainment and Oberoi Mega Entertainment present the first look of Palak Tiwari & Vivek Anand Oberoi or Palak Tiwari and Vivek Anand Oberoi’s first look revealed from Mandiraa Entertainment and Oberoi Mega Entertainment’s ‘Rosie’

Rosie – The Saffron Chapter is based on true events. Events that
occurred in 2003; which means we were already in the Digital
Age. Gurgaon in India was already home to some of the biggest
call centers. And this story happened in one such Call Center
called Saffron. Rosie was one of the employees at Saffron.
When she suddenly stopped coming to office one day
unprecedentedly, an investigation was conducted. The shocking
outcome of this investigation was that Rosie had died 8 years
back! The story obviously garnered a lot of both Media and
Public attention as well as coverage. However, what nobody
could actually figure out what had transpired.

After all, it is not every day you hear about a ghost working in a
regular office, visible to every of the thousand odd people
working there, and leading an otherwise normal life. What
unfinished business did she have? Did she want to avenge
something? Or resolve something? Our film seeks to answer
those questions and more.

Rosie is not a typical Indian Horror film with spirits appearing
and disappearing or unnecessary gore and mystical
appearances or disappearances.

Talking about the first look, the director Vishal Ranjan Mishra
said, “Rosie is a perfect combination of mystery and horror.
Horror as a genre itself is under explored in Indian film industry
and on top of that, Rosie being a true story makes it even more
interesting. We’re all set to bring a spine chilling story to the
audiences where from music to background score and edit,
every small element will add new dimensions to the film.”

Speaking about the film, the producer Kussum Arora says, “It
is more of a realistic horror thriller, a genre that we are trying
to create. Armed with haunting music, Rosie will make you
want to really check if the person standing next to you is
actually a human or a spirit.”

Debutant Palak Tiwari says, “Rosie irrefutably is not your
average horror film, it’s an amalgamation of romance, spine
chilling thrills, laced with an intriguing perspective. What makes
it even better is the eximious team of people behind it. I’m truly
honored to be a part of this production and this family along
with a team of people that are truly aficionados of their
respective fields such as Prerna Ma’am, Vivek sir and our
amazing writer and director Vishal sir.”

Girish Johar, Producer, beaming with excitement says, “Horror
genre is one of the most successful genres on the planet and
also has one of the highest ROIs (Return On Investments). Film
audiences globally love these brain teasing, eerie & complex
films. The beauty in Rosie is that its based on true incidents,
which is a 1st in India. I am pretty confident that we, yet again
have a winner in our hands.”

Sandhya Ramachandran, Associate Producer adds, “With
‘Rosie’, our attempt is to create a strong content driven film
with solid production values. There is an entire team working
very hard on the creative aspects of the film to make sure of

Reshabh D Saraf, the producer, says, ”Rosie_The Saffron
Chapter” is not just an exquisite production of cinema, it’s the
beginning of a franchise being launched under the Mandiraa
Entertainment & Oberoi Mega banner. It is visionary Prerna V
Arora’s creation.. Prerna is an extraordinary person. She is
strong , exuberant and visionary. Working on “Rosie” with her
is an incredible learning and an amazing experience. Watch
out for “Rosie” Lekin Palat Kar Mat Dekhna. Based on true
events, it is set to create a bench mark in the Horror genre of
the Indian film industry.

Film is presented by Mandiraa Entertainment and Oberoi Mega
Entertainment, and produced by Vivek Anand Oberoi,Kussum
Arora,Reshabh D Saraf, Girish Johar, Keyur Pandya and Sanjeet
S Yermal and Sandhya Ramachandran.

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