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Bengali thriller Bhoot Chaturdashi is to have its digital premiere in Amazon Prime’s 200 global markets from 8 July, as part of the e-commerce giant’s Prime Day offering.

Bhoot Chaturdashi on Amazon Prime 8 July 2019The film joins 14 new titles in English and eight Indian languages which will be released by the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platform in the run up to Prime Day 2019.

“Psychological thrillers are my personal favourite and I wanted to explore the genre with elements of mythology and spirits,” said Bhoot Chaturdashi’s director Shabbir Mallick.

“Surprisingly, there haven’t been many horror-thrillers in the Bengali film industry in recent times, and we wanted to make an all-out Bengali horror-thriller. Bhoot Chaturdashi is India’s very own version of Halloween, and creating a story around it was exciting. I’m so glad that it is going to be available as a Prime Day offering for everyone to watch and enjoy,” added Mallick.

Bhoot Chaturdashi explores a horrifying turn of events as four friends - Rono (Aryann Bhowmik), Shreya (Ena Saha), Pritha (Deepshita Mitra) and Debu (Soumendra Bhattacharya) head out on a road trip to shoot a documentary at an abandoned house.

This film had its theatrical release on 17 May 2019 under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films, prior to its streaming debut on Amazon Prime Video.