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Anjali confirms horror film Balloon will release on December 29

The teaser of Balloon had created a good buzz for the film, which is said to follow the ordeal of people who are trapped at a haunted house. And to make things more interesting, the house is haunted by the one who used to sell balloons in a clown's costume when he was alive.

Jai, Anjali’s Balloon gets a release date

Upcoming horror film Balloon will release both in Tamil and Telugu on December 29, confirmed actor Anjali on Wednesday. She plays the lead role in the film along with Jai. The release of the film, which was delayed for a long time for unknown reasons, will finally hit the screens on the last Friday of this year.

The teaser of Balloon had created a good buzz for the film, which is said to follow the ordeal of people who are trapped at a haunted house. And to make things more interesting, the house is haunted by the one who used to sell balloons in a clown’s costume when he was alive. And this clown is no fun, he is out for the blood. IT, the Hollywood horror film which became a blockbuster worldwide earlier this year, also had a demon in disguise of a clown. The point is violent and dubious clowns have the potential of striking gold at the box office.

The film is directed by Sinish and is produced by Dhilip Subbarayan, Arun Balaji and Nandakumar for 70mm Entertainment and Farmer’s Master Plan Productions. Yuvan Shankar Raja has scored music for the film.

The film will simultaneously release in Tamil and Telugu. To make it appealing to the Telugu film audience, the filmmakers had roped in Raj Tarun for a cameo, which will also mark his debut in Tamil.

“It’s a very significant role. Even though it’s a cameo, he will appear in a very important sequence. He plays a role at par with the film’s lead cast. Tarun will be part of the film’s Tamil as well Telugu version,” Sinish told IANS.