This Is How The Original Saamri Looks

Anirudh Agarwal has spooked a generation of Indians as Saamri, Nevla and other characters from the Ramsay clan. Few know him apart from his Bollywood Horror Film getup. In fact, from the 70s to the 90s, nobody actually knew who he was, until someone, somewhere told the world about Anirudh Agarwal. 101India did a special interview with him when they tied up with Saasha Ramsay for ‘Phir Se Ramsay’. And even that interview has aged a bit.

However, Anirudh Agarwal was present at the Mumbai launch of the book that tells us about the Ramsays, the first family of horror. Here are some of the photos from the launch:

Audience at the launch of the book 'Don't Disturb The Dead'

The audience were in for some great information from the Golden Days of Horror (1970-1999)

Neil D'Silva, Anirruddh Agarwal, Varun Prabhu and Roy Daniel D'Silva

Author Neil D’Silva, India’s Saamri, Anirudh Agarwal, Author Varun Prabhu and Blogger Roy D’Silva at the book launch.

Roy Daniel D'Silva and Aniruddh Agarwal

India’s Saamri, Anirudh Agarwal with professional blogger Roy D’Silva


Arjun Ramsay and Aniruddh Agarwal

Arjun Ramsay from the family of Ramsays with their ‘Saamri’, Anirudh Agarwal


Shamya Dasgupta will take his readers through three decades of the Ramsay clan through his book. This one promises to be one of the most entertaining books about Bollywood. You can buy this book via now!

Don’t Disturb the Dead: The Story of the Ramsay Brothers

About Red Claw (279 Articles)
Red Claw loves horror, sci-fi, fantasy and everything obscure. Red Claw has a childhood crush with Bollywood obscure cinema.

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