#DIFF opening with Jacqueline Fernandez’s Definition of Fear

Word to the wise. If you go to the cabin for a weekend away and someone in your group whips out a Ouija board, make that person sleep IN the car. Nothing good ever comes from Ouija boards in cinema! Need another example? Check out this trailer for James Simpson’s .
Four beautiful girls spend the weekend at a charming holiday cabin. But all is not how it seems. They quickly discover that maybe they are not alone.

What is really important about this film is that Bollywood star is about to make her North American debut in it.  was filmed just around the corner in Ottawa, Ontario yet strangely designated as a UK film.  is also the debut feature film for long time producer James Simpson.

Also interesting is that before Definition of Fear hits and cinemas or streaming platforms it will open the Delhi International Film Festival.

will be the special attraction of the 4th Delhi International Film Festival, 2015. Jacqueline will kick start the Delhi International Film Festival which will be from 5th December to 10th December 2015, with the premiere of her English film, . The story of the film revolves around four girls who holiday in an old mansion in the forest and how their holiday turns into a fearful death trap causing their death. Along with Jacqueline, Catherine Barrel, Blythe Hubbard, Mercedes Papilla and Mathew Stephuik have essayed prime roles in the film. This will be the first time that the opening ceremony of the Delhi International Film Festival 2015 will be held at Central Park in Connaught Place, which is called the Heart of Delhi with ’s film being shown on a massive screen at the venue.