Days after releasing the first Netflix India original series Sacred Games, the streaming giant has unveiled the first trailer of Indian horror series Ghoul that will begin streaming worldwide from August 24. The first original Netflix series, Sacred Games, debuted to rave reviews on July 6.
Based on Arabic folklore, Ghoul is set at a covert detention centre at which military officials question and often torture suspected terrorists. But despite there only being one out-and-out horror scene in the trailer, you can expect Ghoul to be an excellent experience.
Blumhouse is behind such films as "Paranormal Activity", "Insidious", "Get Out", and "The Purge". But the latest prisoner to arrive at the remote military interrogation center where she works proves to be far more unsafe than anything she has faced up until now.
Radhika Apte (in her third Netflix project) stars as a military interrogator who has gotten her own father arrested for crimes against the state.
Ghoul is a three-part series about a promising soldier who is present when an important prisoner is brought to a remote military facility for interrogation. In the end, there is a shot of Radhika being attacked by a ghoulish figure.
All three episodes will be available at the same time to over 125 million Netflix members in 190 countries including India.
Phantom Films" Vikramaditya Motwane said, "This is our second collaboration with Netflix (after "Sacred Games") and yet another strong example of commitment towards high-quality content. "We are extremely proud of Ghoul - and can not wait for audiences around the world to experience an elevated horror narrative from India".