Lyca Radio teams up with horror film ‘Barun Rai & the House on the Cliff’
Popular Asian London radio station Lyca Radio has teamed up with the psychological horror film “Barun Rai & The House on the Cliff” as part of its Halloween lineup.
Starting Monday, October 25, the station will broadcast exclusive content from the film on the occasion of its theatrical release on Friday, October 29. The station got exclusive interviews and giveaways, which coincide with the Halloween weekend.
Sam Bhattacharjee, Creative Director, said: “The partnership between Lyca Radio 1458 and ‘Barun Rai and the House in the Cliff’ has been crucial. Our film is a paranormal horror thriller that tells a story that celebrates British audiences who migrated to these islands in the 1970s. Lyca has offered invaluable help in translating this story to the screen.
Raj Baddhan, CEO of Lyca Media, said: “This year has been dedicated to putting Lyca Radio on the map with its innovative programming and exciting collaborations. We are excited to be working with Sam and his movie ‘Barun Rai & The House on the Cliff’ as part of our special Halloween content. We have some exciting Halloween content on the air and this film fits perfectly into our lineup. “
The film stars famous television star Nyra Banerjee, who rose to fame in the fiction “Divya Drishti”. It is set in 1970s England and tells the gripping story of Harmesh and Soumili, who move into their dream home without the knowledge of the wave of mysterious suicides plaguing the region and local police forces. . Puzzled and alarmed by the many strange deaths, the couple seek answers from Detective Barun Rai, a specialist investigator known to have unraveled paranormal crimes.
Nyra joins a talented team including Sid Makkar (The Best Exotic Hotel in Marigold), Priyanshu Chaterjee (Love Will Find A Way) and talented British actors Tony Richardson, George Dawson and Emma Galliano, among others.
The film is produced by producer-director Sam Bhattacharjee and will screen at various Cineworld and Vue theaters across the country this Halloween.