Roused by phantom stories he heard on Clubhouse, Abhijith M Nair has concocted a web series named Clubhouse Prophesy Project.
We have made considerable progress from long evenings of our youth sharing frightening phantom stories under the shroud with naughty kin and companions. Presently, we share them via online media stages and Clubhouse chatrooms.
Roused by phantom stories he heard on Clubhouse, Abhijith M Nair has concocted a web series named Clubhouse Prophesy Project. The wrongdoing spine chiller discusses genuine occurrences and experiences with phantoms that many common on the sound stage.
“It is my tenth task and first web series. What’s more, the input I got gave me certainty. We shot the scene inside a day. It was shot during sunlight. What’s more, our colourist Pranav Sudarsanan transformed it into a late evening setting,” says Abhijith. “Many remarked that the presence of ripper shell-stunned them,” he adds.
The principal scene, which is nine-short lived, is composed and coordinated by Abhijith. “Clubhouse was acquainted with us during the lockdown and I went over a gathering with 2,000 members, who were sharing spooky happenings they looked throughout everyday life, including phantom assaults.
“One story struck me. A Bengaluru-local encountered a phantom presence in his vehicle while going on a secluded street at 12 PM. I envisioned how it is feel if a comparable occurrence happens to an audience,” says Abhijith, an associate chief by calling.
The principal scene named The One Who Rips was delivered as of late on his YouTube page, Celluloid Screen. Entertainers Indrajith Sukumaran, Shine Tom Chacko, Sarath Appani, and chiefs R S Vimal and Vijay Babu shared it on their web-based media accounts. The series, delivered by Jithu Creations, was taken shots at Thiruvananthapuram Chitranjali Studio a couple of months prior.