Actress Charmme’s Mantra 2, the sequel to the horror film Mantra, is scheduled to release on July 3. Expected to be an edge-of-the-seat horror thriller, the plot revolves around a haunted farmhouse called ‘Mantra Nilayam’, which is owned by Mantra (Charmme).
According to the director, S.V Suresh, the film will appeal to audiences just as much as the recent horror releases Massu and Kanchana 2 have. Following the success of Mantra, the sequel is set for a pan-India release. Impossible Films, which had earlier released Rajinikanth’s Enthiran and Suriya’s Massu, have acquired the North India rights for Mantra 2.
According to Murlidhar Tiwani, the MD of Impossible Films: “Indian audiences are now hungry for good cinema. Along with international projects, there has been a great increase in demand for South Indian cinema, especially Telugu and Tamil. We are confident [that] the movie will do well in the north as well.”