Trivia for Re HaiVaan
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- There are two cuts of the movie: The Indian and the International. While the Indian version is less on depiction of strong violence, the international version, rather the uncut version has more gory violence and horror.
- Re HaiVaan is a stylized form of Re Haivaan, referring to calling a devil.
- Prashast Singh shot most of the film on his planned trip to Nainital, Uttarakhand.
- Prashast Singh admitted that a few months before resuming the shoot, he was afraid he won't be able to complete it on time.
- In one of the posters, Prashast Singh wears a blue shirt with a caption "Vengeance is fine, as long as vengeance is mine." This is the tagline of his own film Beheaded (2019).
- Prashast Singh developed his own fighting style for the film.