Colors launches a spooky series titled 'Kaun Hai?'

Each episode of 'Kaun Hai?' will recount intriguing incidences of paranormal activities and experiences that will defy logic and give a peek into the realm of the unknown.

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Fear will have a new address as Colors adds a new hue to its entertainment bouquet, a bone-chilling horror series titled, 'Kaun Hai?'

Produced by Contiloe Pictures, the show will bring alive accounts of paranormal activities, science fiction, fantasy and some cases inspired by real-life incidents. Each episode will recount intriguing incidences of paranormal activities and experiences that will defy logic and give a peek into the realm of the unknown.

Keeping up with its diverse content promise, 'Kaun Hai?' will feature popular television actors like Shaleen Bhanot, Pankhuri Awasthi, Neeta Shetty portraying the face of fear or the victims of the dead and keep the viewers on the edge of their seats.

Commenting on the unique format of the show, Manisha Sharma, Programming Head, Colors said, “Horror as a category is very popular. Through Kaun Hai? we are going back to the basics and reviving the genre to make our entertainment catalogue robust. The idea is to strengthen the 10.30PM time band with crime and horror which will offer a variety of entertainment to our viewers.”

Talking about the show, Arshad Syed, the writer of the show, who has also penned the maximum number of horror shows in India expressed, “Horror is a genre that needs a lot of precision in terms of screenplay synced with visuals. The entire team has worked hard to bring to life stories that are relatable and scary at the same time. Writing for television is challenging but exciting and I’m sure that our audience will be stunned by every story.”

Elaborating further, Abhimanyu Singh - CEO Contiloe Pictures said “Kaun Hai has been shot extensively across location in various parts of the country such as Kashmir, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Calcutta, MP to name a few. He further added, “It has all the spine-chilling moments to keep the audiences glued and spooked."

To experience more thrill, make way to your television screens for Kaun Hai starting June 29 and airing every Friday-Sunday at 10.30 only on Colors

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