Yeah, this apparently gonna be one-of-its-kind movie which will be running full time without any break...
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha's next production, titled 'Warning', is said to be a 90-min 3D flick and interestingly will run in theatres without any intermission.
Talking to media, Sinha stated that it is an underwater film and the story revolves around a gang of friends who ignore a warning and face a life threatening crisis.
Incidentally, the last film that didn't have an interval was Aamir Khan's 'Delhi Belly', which like 'Warning' was a 90-min film.
According to sources, 'Warning', helmed by Gurmeet Singh, has been shot in two parts - the first showcases the friends stuck in middle of an ocean while not much is known about second part; it is apparently expected to be more intense, dealing with the fate of the friends.
The second part will be released a year after the first one.
The shooting of 'Warning' has been complete and sharing details about it Sinha said that Gurmeet finished the entire 3D underwater film in just 42 days in Fiji.