Humari Chotisi Horror Story: This Is What Haunt's Kranti Redkar's Home

In her latest post, Kranti Redkar has filmed a horror short film right from her drawing-room. Catch the video here:

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Humari Chotisi Horror Story: This Is What Haunt's Kranti Redkar's Home
Marathi TV actress Kranti Redkar is known for her funny bone. She never fails to make people laugh with her natural comic sense and impeccable timing. Her puns, jokes, and funny way of mimicking people always grab attention. The actress has been creatively occupied since the beginning of lockdown. On the one hand, you will see her cooking hacks, on the other you will see makeup tutorials. At times the actress uses funny videos to communicate important messages like social distancing or the right usage of masks, at times she will simply entertain you with her quirks.

In her latest post, Kranti Redkar has filmed a horror short film right from her drawing-room. She writes, “HAMARI CHOTISI HORROR STORY. So what are we really scared of in today’s times? Ghosts n spirits? Really? Or... Are they old news now? PS: Don’t forget we add humor to everything”.

Check out the video here:


In the video, you see Kranti oblivious to the fact that her maid is possessed. She even suggests featuring her ghostly feature in the Limca book of world records. The moment her maid says the Wifi is shut down, you see fear trickling down Kranti’s mind. Panic struck and horrified Kranti is haunted when Wifi stops working! Isn’t this the coolest depiction of our life in a humorous way?

On the work front, Kranti Redkar is known for her lead character in the Kedar Shinde's hit Marathi film ‘Jatra’ opposite Bharat Jadhav. Her ‘Kombdi Palali’ dance number has also grabbed everyone’s eyeballs. Later, she appeared in the various Marathi hit films like Shahanpan Dega Deva, No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe, and Pipani.


Image Source:instagram/kranti_redkar
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