Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with 183 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. During the lockdown currently, Netflix is soon coming up with an interesting horror-thriller series Betaal that is produced under the banner of Red Chillies Entertainment. As the series is all set to win the hearts of the viewers with the spine-chilling plot, Netflix reveals the first look of its upcoming horror-thriller series Betaal. Check it out!
Directed by Patrick Graham and Nikhil Mahajan, the plot of the Netflix original series Betaal revolves around a remote village which becomes the theatre of a breathless battle when a two-century-old Betaal, a British Indian Army officer and his battalion of zombie redcoats are unleashed upon the locals. With the CIPD (Counter Insurgency Police Division) pitted against the undead army, hapless villagers are trapped in a horrific, edge-of-your-seat conflict.
As Netflix’s Betaal is all set to entertain the viewers with zombies and an undead army, the series is written by Patrick Graham and Suhani Kanwar. In the 16 seconds long first look video of Betaal, the makers gives the viewer a hint of what’s in store for them. With a fabulous cast featuring in the series, the first look of Betaal is all things scary and will leave you not wanting to move from your place. The cast of Betaal includes Viineet Kumar, Aahana Kumra, Suchitra Pillai, Jitendra Joshi, Manjiri Pupala and Syna Anand.
Meanwhile, the series Betaal is executive produced by Blumhouse Television and SK Global Entertainment, and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment. The series is set to release on the streaming platform Netflix this month, on May 24, 2020! Also Read: Netflix Horror Series 'Betaal': Siddharth Menon Is Starstruck On Meeting Producer Shahrukh Khan
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