While the masses will get to watch it when it hits the screens on January 30, the actors will show their work to their families first."It's important that we see the film first with the families and friends and get their best wishes.

We have worked very hard on this project and have promoted the film as much as we could," the movie's director Karan Darra, a debutant, said in a statement.

"We want our near and dear ones to see the effort we have put in. They want the best for us and it would be great to have their reactions," he added.

The supernatural erotica, which has abundant steamy and bold scenes, has got an 'A' certificate.


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