The recently released horror movie “It Lives Inside” has been taking the moviegoers on a journey through the journey of Samidha. It Lives Inside was released on September 22, 2023. It is directed by Bishal Dutta. Since this film hit the theater screens it has been the topic of the town because of its climax and ending. Reportedly, in the film Samidha finds herself surrounded by the vicious presence of Pishach, a negative force that feeds off negativity. The story of the fill revolves around Samidha’s destiny as the Pishach controls her demeanor and thoughts. In this article, we aim to explain It Lives Inside’s ending. If you are scrambling to the web regarding anything about this film, we urge you to keep reading this article till the end. Scroll down.
It Lives Inside Ending Explained
Some people are finding it very difficult to understand the ending of the movie as it concludes with a resounding impact with the fate of both Pishach and Samidha remaining not certain. Meanwhile, the anticipation about the ending of the film eventually increased among the fans. The climax of the film depicts Pishach surviving and trying to seek revenge from Samidha who captured him in a bottle. As the Pishach was shown alive at the end of the film, it created an exciting opportunity to drive the story for a sequel.
IMDB features the official synopsis of the film, it reads, “An Indian-American teenager struggling with her cultural identity has a falling out with her former best friend and, in the process, unwittingly releases a demonic entity that grows stronger by feeding on her loneliness.” The ending of It Lives Inside weaves together unresolved events in the film, emotions, and lingering suspense that leave viewers of the horror genre craving for more. As mentioned, the plot of the film revolves around Samidha, an American girl of Indian descent. She eventually finds herself embroiled in a vicious entity known which is called Pishach in Indian Mythology.
The plot of the film takes a twisting turn when Pishach finally finally gains control over Samidha’s soul and body. The film depicted that evil spirits need a vessel in order to be stored preventing it from breaking free and possessing bodies as it cannot be contained easily. However, the Pishach manages to find a new vessel inside Samidha’s body making her not able to control her thoughts and actions and unconscious of her existence.