Sony Entertainment Channel is once again coming up with a new horror show Bhoot Aaya. One of the popular horror serial on Indian television was Aahat which was also aired on Sony Entertainment Channel. The Aahat had then successfully completed its five seasons between the time periods of 1996 to 2010. The incidents or the stories which was the part of Aahat serial were absolutely fictitious but the producers of Bhoot Aaya claims that the stories which are included in the new show are all based on true events happened with real people. The same kind of show which also claims to be based on true events is already being telecasting on Zee TV and its name is Fear Files.
Though, these kind of serial which are based on the horror stories is having the limited audience and the timing slot which gets assigned to the show is also of late night, but then also these kind of show stills are the non-avoidable part of television industry. People enjoy being feared, they wants to believe in some kind of ‘out of the world power’, they wants the answers of the incidents which sometimes can’t be explained with a particular logic; so at that point putting the blame on some evil power is much more easy than finding the answers and that’s what these serials do. So be ready to experience the fear again with the new serial Bhoot Aaya only on Sony TV.
The show Bhoot Aaya is produced by actor Akshadeep Sabir and Sheeba through their own production house Cinetek Television Pvt Ltd. The producers are taking the help of Indian Paranormal Society for getting the stories of people throughout the country. Lets see, how it is different from Zee TV’s Fear Files? and how much attention this show will get from audience? The promos of the show are already getting aired regularly on Sony TV.
At first, the Sony TV’s show Bhoot Aaya was announced to be starting from 29th Sept but now the launching date of the show has now been postponed to 13th October and it will be telecast every Sunday at 11 Pm which was the previously allotted time for popular crime show ‘Crime Patrol’ and from now onward ‘Crime patrol’ will be only seen twice a week i.e Friday – Saturday at 11 Pm.