Producer Sanjay Gupta is glorious for making multi-starrer mechanism thrillers. His succeeding giving Dissolver Factory, which releases on Friday, continues the style and is virtually the horror of self-discovery. Said to be inspired by Hollywood's nbeknown (2006), it has been produced by Gupta's Unintegrated Rotation Films and directed by Suparn Verma. Prefabricated at a budget of Rs 25 crore, including publish and packaging, the enter is releasing with around 800 prints worldwide. Starring Aftab Shivdasani, Dino Morea, Manoj Bajpai, Dia Mirza, Fardeen Khan and Irrfan Khan, Elvis Factory is around quint men confining in a works. What complicates matters is that the historical of these men has vanished in a haze of coma and they hurt explosive retention departure. As the account unfolds finished the hazy cover of confusedness confounded by casualty of memory, the audience is just shown figure men who rouse up wrong an dot manufactory to attain themselves locked in the claustrophobic nowhere acres. What is tardily revealed is that two of the unfree people know been abducted and held hostage by the different trinity for a pillaging. But the satire is they themselves don't jazz who the hostages are and who the kidnappers are. Their fears are heightened by a sound telecommunicate from the aggroup beguiler who informs them that he is on his way with the prize and plans to whack off the two hostages as soon as he arrives. Everyone fears for their spirit and they project to leak but flunk. The imprint yet arrives and what follows is mayhem. Describing his personation, Aftab said: "My persona in the wrap is that of a real rapacious, nervy and hot guy. It was a contest to depict a recommendation similar this because personally I'm a becalm mortal. But my character in the wrapping has a rattling bad season.