Adhura trailer: Get ready for an intense and thrilling ride as Ishwak Singh takes us on a gripping journey in the Adhura trailer. Returning to his alma mater, he finds himself caught in a reunion like no other, filled with suspense and unexpected twists. Brace yourself for a rollercoaster of emotions in this highly anticipated film.
Adhura trailer Out:
Adhura, the highly anticipated horror series, is set to captivate audiences as it starts streaming on Amazon Prime Video from July 7. The show boasts an impressive ensemble cast including Ishwak Singh, Poojan Chhabra, Rijul Ray, Zoa Morani, Sahil Salathia, Aru Krishansh Verma, Rasika Dugal, Shrenik Arora, and Rahul Dev.
In the Indian OTT space, horror shows have been few and far between, with limited success. However, Amazon Prime Video aims to change that with Adhura. The recently released trailer introduces us to a chilling storyline set in a haunted boarding school. A young boy becomes possessed by the spirit of a deceased student, triggering a series of supernatural events during a reunion of the class of 2007. As the mystery unfolds, it becomes clear that the answers lie within the former students who once roamed the halls of this eerie institution.
Ishwak Singh, known for his remarkable performances in Rocket Boys and Pataal Lok, expressed his excitement about Adhura, stating that the series offers a unique horror experience that delves deep into the world of the supernatural while exploring the complexities of the human mind. Rasika Dugal, renowned for her role in Mirzapur, added that Adhura explores the delicate balance between human compassion and the enigmatic forces that lie beneath the surface. She is eager for audiences to connect with the human aspects of the story while enjoying the spine-chilling moments it offers.
Produced by Nikkhil Advani’s Emmay Entertainment and directed by Ananya Banerjee and Gauravv K Chawla, Adhura promises to deliver a thrilling and immersive viewing experience. Prepare yourself for a haunting journey into the unknown as Adhura sets to redefine horror on the digital platform.