In her debut film, Tia Bajpai played a tormented soul which was looking at being set free.
While she played a subtle and subdued character in the film, her characterisation in upcoming '1920 - Evil Returns' require over the top traits.
As a result of that, quite some effort and time went into ensuring that prosthetics were pretty much in order.
"We had to take a balanced approach though because if you get into too much of prosthetics, sometimes the ends results can look funny.
We wanted to keep them in control so that expressions were not hidden", reveals Tia, "Still, it used to be a daily exercise of around two hours to just put the prosthetics in place for me.
My hair had to be back combed in a way that it seemed as if it had never been combed. Moreover we had to be extra careful about every shade put on my face since continuity matching was of utmost importance as well. The end result was 'kamaal'."
To know that, one would have to wait for 2nd November to arrive once '1920 - Evil Returns', with music by Chirantan Bhatt, releases all over.