Radhika Apte's 'Phobia' Trailer Will Scare The Hell Out Of You

In the event that you weren't generally terrified by the principal look of Pavan Kirpalani's directorial film 'Phobia', then the teaser will make up for it and give you sleepless nights.

In it, Radhika Apte hot as ever, is seen rhyming a lyric on spider fear. The trailer has released on April 25th. Catch the hair-raising Phobia teaser on the Internet.

Presently, to create mindfulness about this phobia or fear, and numerous others, Radhika has acted in a digital series. A source says and CRB Tech reports that, Radhika Apte has effectively shot for around 10-12 customized series of videos. In every video, the actress will be seen discussing distinctive fears running from panophobia (apprehension of the obscure), astraphobia (trepidation of rainstorms) and nyctophobia (apprehension of dimness) to aerophobia (trepidation of flying) and arachnophobia (apprehension of bugs). These videos will be released on-line regularly.

Imagine a scenario in which one spider abruptly sits on your hand. Is it accurate to say that you are terrified of bugs? At that point you certainly have Arachnophobia - the fear of insects. Found in the video, Radhika Apte is presenting the well known rhyme 'Little Miss Muffet' and her looks are beyond words.

Phobia concentrates on the focal character, Mehak, (Radhika) an artist by profession, who has her whole life topsy turvy when she inadvertently snoozes off in a taxi one night.

Radhika informs, “While preparing for my character, I got to know about the different phobias that people suffer from. Through these videos, I want to create awareness about them, so that people understand them better.”

There is nothing freaky about the teaser. No shooting shadows, or blood turning sour shouts, or spooky animals going crazy but it's damn unpleasant! Radhika can be seen sitting comfortable in her family room maybe, presenting the ballad that we experienced childhood with. However, there is a distinction. The way she says it will fill you with an odd frightful sensation. There is nothing horror-ish in the video but then you can't quit feeling somewhat nauseous with discomfort. Credit goes to Radhika for portraying it in such a way and transforming a greatly cherished ballad into something ghostly.

Directed by Pawan Kripalani, who helmed the hit 'Ragini MMS,' "Phobia" is Radhika Apte's first mental thriller. The motion picture is distributed by Eros International and Next Gen Films and will release on May 27.

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