Ever felt the presence of the unspoken, unsaid, paranormal and all things scary? Well &TV is set to give nightmares a new name starting 31st October. Darr Sabko Lagta Hai the latest offering from &TV will change the ways of how one perceives the Horror genre on television! Created by Raj & DK of Bollywood’s first zombie film Go Goa Gone and produced by Reel Life Entertainment, the show will have a contemporary approach. Darr Sabko Lagta Hai marks the television debut of the Bollywood superstar and the Queen of Fear, Bipasha Basu. The show will have stories about the paranormal, the supernatural, spirits, ghosts and the unseen – the unsaid stories that cause a shiver down your spine – with unpredictable turns and nail biting twists. Tune in to watch the contemporary horror series starting 31st October every Saturday and Sunday at 10.00 pm only on &TV.
This show is definitely not for the weak hearted! Bipasha will be seen hosting each story and complementing the series with a lot of oomph. From accomplished directors to the superstar of Bollywood, &TV collaborates with the industry’s best to present a unique horror show. The episodic series will also feature leading television names including Shilpa Saklani, Vidya Malvade, Shweta Basu and many more. While creatively the concept of the show is helmed by Raj & DK, noted directors like Suparn Varma, Soumik Sen, Sangeeth Sivan, Yashwant Giri amongst others have been roped in for the episodic stories.
Talking about her TV debut, Bipasha Basu said, “I’m happy and thrilled to make my debut on TV with a show as unique and exciting as Darr Sab Ko Lagta Hai. Horror as a genre is very close to my heart, and in spite of some great horror films produced by Indian cinema in the past, it’s sad to see the genre yet fighting for its space today. It’s great to see a channel like &TV willing to tap the genre to its fullest, experiment and push the boundaries with this show. Indian television as a medium has grown leaps and bounds and it feels great to be on the platform with something different.”