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Betaal Trailer: Colonial-Era Zombies in SRK-Produced Netflix Horror Series

Shah Rukh Khan shared the official trailer of Betaal starring Vineet Kumar and Aahana Kumra. The series premieres on May 24.
by Rajeshwari Jagtap | May 08, 2020 13:30 IST
Betaal Trailer: Colonial-Era Zombies in SRK-Produced Netflix Horror Series

Shah Rukh Khan shared the trailer of Betaal, Netflix India's first zombie series, today (May 8). The series, based on Bilal Siddiqui's book of the same name, stars Vineet Kumar and Aahana Kumra in the lead.
 
Shah Rukh shared the trailer on Twitter and wrote, "How far would you go to battle the demons within? Our second web series, #Betaal, a horror-thriller, releases May 24, @NetflixIndia . @ItsViineetKumar @AahanaKumra #PatrickGraham @iamnm @RedChilliesEnt @gaurikhan @_GauravVerma @blumhouse #SKGlobal."
 
Vineet plays Sirohi, who is heading a special team called CIPD (Counter Insurgency Police Division). The CIPD is assigned with the task of sanitizing a disturbed area in a remote location. But, the locals feel Sirohi and his team should not disturb their peace as their actions could unleash unforeseen terrors. Sirohi gets orders to clear out Betaal mountain - an area locals believe is haunted and cursed.
 
The haunted mountain houses a British Indian Army officer named Betaal and his battalion, who have been dead for two centuries. What follows is a battle between the army of the undead and CIPD.
 
Betaal is created, written, and directed by Patrick Graham who also created Ghoul. “After ‘Ghoul’, I wanted to create a different kind of horror series, which was more action-packed and accessible.
 
The seven-part series is written and directed by Patrick Graham. It's co-directed by Nikhil Mahajan. It is co-produced by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment, Gaurav Verma, and Netflix. The cast of Betaal includes Vineet Kumar, Aahana Kumra, Suchitra Pillai, Siddharth Menon, Jitendra Joshi, Manjiri Pupala, and Syna Anand. All the episodes of Betaal will be available on Netflix from May 24.
 
 
 
 
Credits: Twitter


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