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Netflix 2020: SRK and Gauri Khan presents a horror thriller ‘Beetal’

From the makers of ‘Get Out’, ‘ Insidious’, ‘Ghoul’ and ‘Bard Of Blood’ comes another horror thriller ‘Beetal’. Shahrukh khan’s production Red Chillies entertainment series ‘Beetal’ gains the fifth position in the list of Indian Netflix series. The series will be out on 24th May 2020 only on Netflix.

 

The official trailer is released today (8th May) on the YouTube channel of Netflix India. The series stars Mukkabaaz and Bard Of Blood actor Vineet Kumar Singh, Sacred Games actor Jitendra Joshi, Lipstick Under My Burkha actress Aahana Kumar, Dil Chahta Hai actress Suchitra Pillai. Writer and director being Patrick Graham and Nikhil Mahajan.

 

 Watch the official trailer here:

 

 

Who will be who:

Vineet Kumar as Vikram Sirohi

Aahana Kumar as DC Ahluwalia 

Suchitra Tyagi as Commandant Tyagi

 

A TV adventure genre Beetal is scary and forceful series where CIPD ( Counter Insurgency Police Department ) hired to displace tribal villagers to make way for a new highway. A centuries-old curse revives the bloodthirst zombies to battle with the villagers and the police force.

 

The trailer starts with a warning by an old man speaking in an unknown language, he says ‘the outsiders are coming to take our mountain from us .’ Another warning comes when the police arms against an old lady, she warns them that if the tunnel is opened, the curse will destroy everything. Vikram Sirohi is asked for help, unknown of the situation he says that they will not take long to solve this problem. We come to know that the Beetal Mountain is cursed by evil. Then a series of scary scenes follow one another. The zombie armies start a war against them. The goosebumps scene comes when Vikram talks on his wacky talky and someone from the opposite side replies with ‘Come to me’. The series comes with the message ‘ The Evil Is Eternal’.

 

Shahrukh Khan posted for the release of the trailer: How far would you go to battle the demons within?

 

 

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