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Sony's rebooted 'Aahat' to go on air from 18 February

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MUMBAI: Sony Entertainment Television is all set to reboot its popular horror show - Aahat - after a hiatus of four years.

As was reported by Indiantelevision.com earlier this year, SET was gearing up to launch the sixth season of Aahat with an aim to rake in some healthy numbers on the ratings chart.

The show, which will go on air on 18 February, will be aired every Wednesday and Thursday at 11 pm. The launch date of the spine-chilling horror show coincides with Amavasya (no moon day).

Produced by B.P. Singh’s Fireworks Productions, Aahat will showcase stories that are bolder, terrifying and daunting than before. Each episode will be as sleek as a movie with real stories and sinister ghosts. Each episode of the show will feature a popular television actor, making the narration exciting for the viewers. While the first episode will star Shakti Anand, the upcoming episodes will see faces like Sukhmini Sadana, Aradhana Uppal, Abhishek Tiwari and Gurpreet Bedi amongst many others.

Sony Entertainment Television chief creative director Ajay Bhalwankar said, “We have seen that the appetite for horror as a genre has only increased over the years and thus we decided to bring back Aahat for our audiences. Restless, visually sleek, and powered by lithe star performances Aahat offers dark, thought-provoking thrills and I am sure it will be appreciated by our viewers yet again.”

The first episode showcases a hair-raising tale of a couple who move into a new house, which is haunted. The spirit befriends the couple's little son and starts troubling the family and the story takes a spin into the most horrifying tale ever seen or told.

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