After a long waiting, the most awaited trailer of The Y got released. Kannada director and writer Girideva Raaj, who caught the attention of Bollywood filmmakers with his 2016 Kannada film Zero: Made In India, is set to make his directorial debut in Hindi with his upcoming “The Y”.
Touted to be a psychological thriller, The Y is produced by Madhu GM and Dr. Ajith under the banner of Rockets Films. The film was widely appreciated by celebrities after its screening in Mumbai.
The Y: Trailer
The trailer of the film is out on the official YouTube channel of Rajshri. It introduces Leonilla as Deeksha Dee, who turned mute after a horrific incident. She moved to a new house with her husband to begin a new chapter of her life after her marriage but faced a situation both of them didn’t even think of.
In their new house, the Deeksha experience paranormal incidents after they receive a new gift from an unknown source, following which their daily life turns out to be their biggest nightmare. How the duo becomes successful in cracking the mystery behind what happens to them after a spirit arrives in their house with that gift is the crux of the story.
The Y: Cast
The film marks the acting debut of the young and promising actress from Mangalore- Leonilla Shwetha D’Souza. She has previously appeared in a Hindi album titled “Ab Kuch Aisa”, directed by Chethak Kulal and sung by Joel Rebello. In the upcoming film, she plays the lead role of Deeksha Dee.
The Y will see actor Yuvan Hariharan in the male lead role as the husband of Deeksha. Other than the lead actors, the film also stars Kamal Ghimiray in a key role, and it will be his second collaboration with Girideva Raaj after “Zero: Made In India.” Abhinava Kiran and Prithal Uday Pawar are the other two actors in the film.
The Y: Release Date
Although the official release date is yet to be released by the makers of the film, it is now confirmed that the film will be released in November 2022.
The mystery thriller has a team of talented craftsmen, featuring Karthik Mallur as the cinematographer and Vinod Basavaraj as the editor. The film’s original score and music are composed by Christopher Jayson and the Maru Brothers, respectively.
Here is the trailer: