By Shama Bhagat
Bipasha Basu hasn't seen a ghost, but she says that she believes in them. She also has a strange theory to prove that there might be spirits around us.
"I don't know much about spirits and I haven't seen one. I cannot vouch for their existence but I think that since there are so many people who fear them, ghosts are a reality. They might be around..." the actress says.
But this is not why Bipasha signed on for 'Raaz 3'. “When I heard the narration of Raaz 3, I flipped, not in joy but in fear. When Vikram Bhatt was narrating the story to me, I was sitting on a chair and I fell backwards. I was so scared," she adds.
The actress says that she is a 'coward' when it comes to ghost stories. "I am a coward and am really scared of spooky stories. I am always afraid to watch horror films alone. I can’t even sleep or walk in the dark," she confesses.
The actress now admits that her own laugh had haunted her for days, "I have a particular laugh in Raaz 3 and it kept haunting me for days. Even today when I am shooting for a comedy film and there was a sequence where I was required to laugh loudly, it reminds me of my laughter in Raaz 3. I suddenly couldn't laugh anymore. Now, you can imagine how scared I am!"
We now wonder if Bipasha will ever be able to watch her own film. Only time will tell!
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