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When India’s Hindi-language movie industry finally decided to make their own version of Jaws, they decided to call it Aatank.That translates to “terror” or “panic” in Hindustani. But before Aatankcompleted principal photography, the studio shut the production down. The abandoned footage sat around on shelves for about a decade before another studio bought it, and decided to complete the film and release it in 1996.
Aatank is available from Shemaroo Movies’ official YouTube channel! Watch it and then listen to Fin Flicks below!