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Are you a Horror fan? THESE are the best Hindi TV shows for you

Walking down memory lane audiences would undoubtedly get a severe case of nostalgia for older Hindi horror films, which put more of an emphasis on fright than on drama. Find out which of these was your favorite by scrolling down below to see some of the classic horror serials that used to air on Hindi channels:

List of the Indian television Horror shows:

Saturday Suspense

 Indian television suspense/thriller series Saturday Suspense, which aired on Zee TV. The series was broadcast on television. Vikram Bhatt, Vivek Agnihotri, Anurag Basu, Deepak Tijori, Raj Tilak, and others are some of the top names in the cinema industry who have directed and produced Saturday Suspense stories. Each episode had a unique plot and cast, much like a mini-film.

Woh

 The television horror-thriller series Woh, which aired on Zee TV was produced. Ashutosh Gowarikar, an Indian film director, had a pivotal part in the series. This TV series is a loose adaptation of Stephen King’s “IT” novel and English TV series. Shreyas Talpade appeared in the series as a young artist. The plot of the show centers on a malevolent spirit known as “Woh” who terrorizes Panchgani by kidnapping and murdering children. Seven youngsters fight Woh and defend the city.

 Fear Files

The Fear Files There were two seasons of the supernatural television program Darr Ki Sacchi Tasvirein on Zee TV. Every Saturday and Sunday night, it was shown. The show explores paranormal and supernatural phenomena and events, as well as investigations into them.

Ssshhhh…Koi Hai’

An Indian horror television series called Ssshhhh…Koi Hai, which translates to “Ssshhhh…there,” someone was co-produced by Contiloe Entertainment and Cinevistaas Limited for Sony Television. The 393 episodes of the show were released throughout three seasons. Based on made-up supernatural and horror tales, the series featured supernatural occurrences, zombies, evil spirits, ghosts, black magic, monsters, etc.

Zee Horror Show

The Ramsay Brothers’ Zee Television television series was well-known for its condensed, four- or five-episode horror and suspense stories. Even now, viewers remember some episodes like “Raat” and “Dastak” for their passionate performances. Zee Café broadcasted “Chehre pe Chehra,” one of the episodes, quite a few times because it was so well-liked by the audience. Through popular episodes like “Jeevan Mrityu,” the program addressed social concerns like the dowry system.

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