THE trailer of Prime Video’s first-ever Hindi horror series, Adhura has been unveiled by the makers. Produced by Nikkhil Advani’s Emmay Entertainment and directed by Ananya Banerjee and Gauravv K Chawla, the series features Ishwak Singh, Poojan Chhabra, Rijul Ray, Zoa Morani, Sahil Salathia, and Aru Krishansh Verma as high school friends alongside Rasika Dugal, Shrenik Arora and Rahul Dev playing pivotal roles.
The trailer of Adhura takes us on a chilling journey revolving around a prestigious boarding school in Ooty, set in two timelines – 2022 and 2007. Secrets, disappearances, and eerie occurrences connect a guilt-ridden alumnus Adhiraj (Ishwak Singh) and a troubled student Vedant (Shrenik Arora), blurring the lines between the past and present.
As the shocking truth threatens to unravel, the batch of 2007 is forced to confront their inner demons, as the school’s core is threatened, forever changing the lives of those involved.
“Stepping into the shoes of Adhiraj in Adhura has been intense. The series masterfully combines the elements of supernatural and disturbia and has a vivid tapestry of emotions that makes the storytelling very poignant” shared Ishwak Singh.
The actor added, “The audience will experience a horror story that’s one of a kind in that it delves deep into the world of the supernatural and also into the complexities of the human mind. It is very direct at the same time symbolic, which is what makes it an immersive watch.”
Rasika Duggal, who will be playing a key role in the series said, “As an actor, I found it extremely interesting to explore the life of a person who is seemingly in complete control… only to realize, as the story unfolds, that no one is free from their inner demons. That’s why I was thrilled that a character like Supriya came my way.”
She added, “As a student counselor in a boarding school, Supriya has a complex and captivating journey in which she finds herself torn between her need to nurture and a terrifying past that she cannot seem to leave behind. Adhura explores the delicate balance between human compassion and the unknown forces that lurk within. I’m glad to be back on Prime Video with a new genre and I am hoping audiences will resonate with the humanness of this story while enjoying the spookiness of it all.”
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