RGV's next will be a terror film titled Agyaat

By Subhash K. Jha, Bollywood Hungama News Network

Move over Bhoot and Phoonk. Ram Gopal Varma's Agyaat is here. Ramu's next film entitled Agyaat would be something he has never a done before. A film about an invisible predator creating havoc among a group of people in an isolated spot.

An old Hollywood formula. "But never done properly in Hindi cinema. Something like the Poseidon Adventure or The Towering Inferno. These were about natural calamities striking a group of people. Mine would've a far less identifiable enemy, attacking a film crew on an exotic island," informs Ramu, as he divulges that his media film Rann has been shifted to January 2009.

The film written by two Varma discoveries Punet Varma and Hari will be shot by a debutant cinematographer Surjo. It will be shot in Sri Lanka from next month. "The media film Rann, I'm starting at the end of January 2009. Agyaat, I'll shoot in the Sigria jungles of Sri Lanka. I recently went location hunting there. It was a stunning stretch of wilderness. I've never seen anything so frightening in my life. All the principal photography will be done in Sigria in 35 days. Then the special effects will be done in Mumbai. My Phoonk had very hastily done special-effects. Agyaat will be a first of its kind in terms of effects. In fact, Agyaat is being made primarily for the special effects."

Says Ramu, "It's about a film crew that loses its way in the jungles. And something out there starts killing them one by one. Why a film crew? Because it's like a walking office. There's a narcissistic star, a subservient spotboy, cameraman, a frustrated action director, an assistant director who has a crush on the heroine, a self obsessed actor, a producer who thinks the director is making a mess and a director who thinks he's the Steven Spielberg of India …All of them have their own mindscape in the given hierarchy. But the moment they're caught in terror situation their inherent humanism comes to the surface."

Ramu wants to tailor the plot like a reality show. "When you see Bigg Boss, you see a group