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Dahaad teaser: 27 women dead; Sonakshi Sinha hunts for a serial killer

The series’ trailer will be launched on May 3

Published: 26th April 2023

The teaser of Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti’s upcoming crime-thriller series Dahaad was unveiled on Wednesday. The show stars Sonakshi Sinha, Vijay Varma, Gulshan Devaiah and Sohum Shah in lead roles.

Dahaad marks Sonakshi’s digital debut. The series’ trailer will be launched on May 3.

27 women are dead in a small town. The teaser delves into the world of crime investigation. We see photos of the murdered women. Sonakshi Sinha is also seen as sub-inspector Anjali Bhaati, who takes up the case. A serial killer is probably on the loose. Only the eyes of the killer are shown in the teaser.

Dahaad is directed by Reema Kagti and Ruchika Oberoi with Ritesh Sidhwani, Zoya Akhtar, Farhan Akhtar and Reema Kagti as executive producers on the series. It had its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival this year. 

“The response that we received for the series at Berlinale 2023 was very promising and we are looking forward to bringing this series to our audiences across the globe,” said creator and director Reema Kagti.

As per the series’ official synopsis, “Dahaad is an 8-part crime drama that follows Sub-inspector Anjali Bhaati and her colleagues in a small town police station. It all starts when a series of women are mysteriously found dead in public bathrooms, Sub-Inspector Anjali Bhaati is tasked with the investigation. At first, the deaths appear to be clear-cut suicides but as the cases unravel, Anjali begins to suspect that a serial killer is on the loose. What follows is a riveting game of cat and mouse between a seasoned criminal and an underdog cop as she pieces together evidence before another innocent woman loses her life.”

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