A 10-story high boat on its way to the boat breaking yard gets grounded on a Mumbai sea shore. It's empty and, as indicated by notoriety, frequented. Perhaps the youthful couple that chose to investigate the Sea-Bird in the dead of night didn't have the foggiest idea about that. For what other reason would they put their lives in danger?
Elsewhere in Mumbai, a man named Prithivi is reviewing his romance with his better half (Bhumi Pednekar in a visitor appearance) and great occasions with his little girl. He also is spooky and has devils to kill. Be that as it may, first obligation calls. As a senior individual working at the port position, he is indicated stealthily keeping an eye on capacity holders at the docks.
Afterward, he gets back and slips into an illusory state. Not long after he is placed accountable for guaranteeing the Sea-Bird is towed away from Mumbai's seashore.
A tremendous relinquished and the potentially spooky boat is an ideal setting for an unarmed solitary officer to experience apparitions – the two his own and others. The creation plan, cinematography, lighting make a scary climate while the sound structure the two forms and sets you up for the alarms.
The tales about Sea-Bird end up being valid. The boat, the ocean, apparitions, misfortune, catastrophe, blame, compensation, and a riddle, author executive Bhanu Pratap Singh packs it all in. Singh begins unequivocally, conveying a couple of viable fears, as Prithvi cobbles together sign to sort out the tale of Sea-Bird. Be that as it may, the screenplay begins unwinding once the reality of what lies underneath is uncovered.
Actors: Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, Ashutosh Rana, Akash Dhar
Directors: Bhanu Pratap Singh
Writers: Bhanu Pratap Singh
Producers: Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Shashank Khaitan