Dancing on the Grave trailer promises to be an engrossing crime documentary. This series is based on true events.
Amazon Prime Video has released the trailer for its upcoming true-crime docu-series, “Dancing on the Grave”. The series uncovers the mysteries surrounding the disappearance and murder of Shakereh Khaleeli in the 1990s, providing viewers with a unique insight into the tragedy.
Watch the trailer here:
About the Trailer of Dancing on the Grave:
The trailer reveals that the series is based on the sudden disappearance of a prominent family member in Bengaluru, Shakereh, formerly known as Shakereh Namazie. As the teaser reveals, the series doesn’t just focus on uncovering the culprit behind the crime, but also presents a vivid portrait of the city and how its peaceful existence was shattered by the gruesome incident.
As the heiress of a respected family, with a prominent husband, four beautiful daughters and a bustling social life, Shakereh had everything. However, she left it all to marry another man. The docu-series explores what motivated Shakreh to act in this way, what led her to abandon her family and friends, and the events that led to her disappearance.
“With Dancing on the Grave, there was a united vision that the team shared – a horrific crime had occurred and yet the why and how of the case remained a mystery. It was our goal to shed light on this gruesome and tragic event story. Years of intense research have been done to bring out as many facts and details as possible. Although the matter has been reviewed time and again by people, I believe that our docu-series provides viewers with insider information and a provide insight into the victim herself,” said writer and director Patrick Graham.
“We also hope that our telling of the story can serve as a tribute to the innocent people whose lives have been horribly affected by these devastating events,” he added.
The series is produced by India Today Originals Production, and co-written by Kanishk Singh Deo. Dancing on the Grave will premiere on April 21 on Amazon Prime Video.