"'Raaz 3' is a cocktail of three true stories. One is about Shagufta, who has observed how people indulge in black magic to enhance their career. I know it sounds bizarre, but that's the truth."
"Bipasha was in a stage in her real life where she was heartbroken and her career was declining to ground zero. With the landscape filled with new heroines, she had a terrible phase," he said and added that Vikram Bhatt also was in a similar situation when one of his girlfriends broke his heart. "She (Vikram Bhatt's girlfriend) used to manipulate him to enhance her career," Bhatt said.
He says it is a horror film with a real message. "Though the film has horror all over it but it has a soul of real message, truth of fame-seeking celebrity," the 63-year-old said. Viewers can see it all when "Raaz 3" hits the screen Sep 7.
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