Star One brings back horror show 'Shh?Phir Koi Hai' on 3 November

MUMBAI: Star One has announced the launch of the second season of horror show Shh?Phir Koi Hai which is slated to kick off on 3 November 10 pm.

The show air every Friday and what's interesting is that every show will have a different story.

Announcing the new programme, Shailja Kejriwal Star India senior creative director, said, "Star One was launched in November 2004 with the promise to push the boundaries of Hindi general entertainment programming. In the past year, we have delivered on this promise with innovative programming like The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, Nach Baliye, Siddhanth, Sarabhai vs. 

Sarabhai, Remix, The Comedy Show Ha Ha Ha amongst others. Shh?Phir Koi Hai will be weaved into an exciting line-up of programmes that will make Friday prime time viewing on television a whole new experience. With this we keep up with the promise of offering innovative and the best content to our viewers."

From production perspective Contiloe Films Abhimanyu Singh said, "The series would have a mix of conventional horror, concept based horror and backdrop horrors thus giving variety and avoiding any fatigue. This one-hour weekly will be a start to finish story with a twist in the tale at the end. The entire drama will be extremely gripping and ensure that the viewers are hooked to their television sets right from the beginning."

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