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‘Dahan..’: Tisca reveals brush with supernatural

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New Delhi: Tisca Chopra who stars in Disney+ Hotstar’s upcoming supernatural series, “Dahan-Raakan ka Rahasya” shared her experience of the supernatural ahead of the thriller’s release.

In a statement, Tisca, who plays an officer in the series, said: “I most certainly have experienced certain energies, also some weird incidents that have no explanation.

“One on the Western Express Highway was super scary. Late one night, a terrible accident happened right in front of our eyes, we saw a woman die and when we came back to look for the body, there was nothing!”

Tisca Chopra plays an IAS officer in the dark tale of myths and superstition that is directed by Vikranth Pawar and written by Nisarg Mehta, Shiva Bajpai and Nikhil Nair.

The series features paranormal occurrences in a quaint, rustic village of Shilaspura, also known as the ‘The Land of The Dead’.

The show touches upon society, its beliefs and challenges its characters to face their deepest and darkest fears.

It takes off when a mining expedition threatens the village fabled with a temple that legends say can unleash a deadly curse when harmed.

Tisca sets out on a mission to battle age-old superstitions that shroud the village in the face of mysterious killings and disappearances.

Shot across Rajasthan’s uniquely rugged landscapes, the story spells catharsis with cursed caves, hidden treasures and generational secrets. It also features actors Rajesh Tailang, Mukesh Tiwari, Saurabh Shukla, Ankur Nayyar, Rohan Joshi, Lehar Khan, among others.

Produced by Banijay Asia, Deepak Dhar, and Rishi Negi, this nine-episode series releases on September 16.

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