Indian Television network has vast diversification. And the Horror genre is one of the most popular parts of the Indian television network. There are many Horror Tv show which has engaged millions of viewers. Here are some top horror shows that rule the night airwaves and send chills down the spine.
Aahat is probably one of the most popular horror series that was created by B.P Singh for Sony Entertainment Television. The show is premiered on 12th October 1995.
And it is the longest running horror show aired on Indian television. The sixth season of the episode premiered in February 2015.
Another one of the most terrifying shows on Indian television network is Fear Files…Darr Ki Sacchi Tasvirein. This thriller television series aired in 2012. and it is still running successfully. fear files are one of the most loved horror series by Indian television lovers.
According to reports, many episodes of the series are based on real-life stories. The horror television show was broadcasted on Zee Tv. while you can also watch this show on Zee5.
Sshh Koi Hai…
Sssshhh Koi Hai was an Indian thriller horror television anthology series created by Inevistaas Ltd. And Contiloe entertainment for star plus. the show ran for three seasons. And it is considered one of the most successful horror shows of Indian television.
Raat Hone Ko Hain
The show premiered on Sahara Manoranjan in 2004. The show brought together some intriguing tales which were broadcasts in Parts.
Zee Horror Show
First Horror series that debuted on Indian Tv was the famous Zee Horror show. The show was directed by Ramsay and ran on zee tv channel for five years continuously. this show became a popular show in the 90’s and had short stories which ran as 4-5 episodes.
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