Hit Gujarati supernatural horror thriller film, 'Vash' is all set for a Hindi remake helmed by 'Queen' director Vikas Bahl and Ajay Devgn, who's also the producer along with Kumar Mangat, playing the lead. But when the film, which turned out to be a blockbuster, was on the drawing board, it was tough to get a producer for it and then, when it was ready, it shocked the censor board official assigned to watch it!

Entrepreneur Kalpesh Soni, who is also the producer of the film, said: "The kind of film this is, it will not get a government subsidy, but we were fine with it. Even when we sent the film to the censor board, the lady who had to see it did get shocked. She was like. 'Why are you torturing the little girl like this'. She was referring to the actress who plays the victim in the


'Vash' tells a timeless tale of the battle between good and evil, with Atharva (Hitu Kanodia) and his family embodying the forces of righteousness, while Pratap (Hiten Kumar) symbolizes malevolence. Through its exploration of love, family, and sacrifice, the film highlights the victory of goodness over wickedness, leaving audiences inspired by its powerful message.

Vikas Bahl, who has impressed viewers with his directorial prowess in movies like 'Queen' and 'Super 30', will helm the Hindi adaptation. The film is being produced under the banner of Panorama Studios, with Ajay Devgn, Kumar Mangat and Abhishek Pathak (Mangat's son) serving as producers. Expectations naturally are running high for this remake that promises to deliver a thrilling cinematic experience.
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