Ghoul (2018– )
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Out of the Smokeless Fire 

After exposing her father's anti-government activities, Nida Rahim is inducted as the newest interrogator at the remote Meghdoot 31 detention centre.

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Patrick Graham

Writers:

Patrick Graham, Kartik Krishnan (dialogues) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Radhika Apte ... Nida Rahim
Mahesh Balraj ... Ali Saeed
Ratnabali Bhattacharjee ... Laxmi Das
Adhaar Khurana Adhaar Khurana ... Captain Raina
Resh Lamba Resh Lamba ... Sinister Man
Rohit Pathak ... Rohit Lamba
Pavitra Sarkar Pavitra Sarkar ... Chawla
Girish Pal Girish Pal ... Kapoor
Mahendra Shrivas Mahendra Shrivas ... Parthiva
Sunil Soni Sunil Soni ... Ray
Vijay Sanap Vijay Sanap ... Akash
Kailash Kumar Kailash Kumar ... Rajan
Muzaffar Khan Muzaffar Khan ... Ahmed
Ajit Shidhaye Ajit Shidhaye ... Chaudhari
Harry Parmar Harry Parmar ... Gupta
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After exposing her father's anti-government activities, Nida Rahim is inducted as the newest interrogator at the remote Meghdoot 31 detention centre.

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Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

24 August 2018 (USA) See more »

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This is the third collaboration of Radhika Apte and Netflix to release in 2018 since Netflix started producing more Indian content earlier in 2018. Many memes started appearing in troll pages about how Netflix puts Apte in everything. Apte and Netflix produced a troll video trailer and poster Omnipresent trolling them back about this. See more »

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Builds the tension well!
24 August 2018 | by parthpant19See all my reviews

So finally, India's first major horror series is out and being a huge horror buff, I was really excited for it. And I wasn't disappointed.

"Ghoul" introduces intriguing characters and also a political theme. The opening sequence was well-done and while what happens next is a cliche you can see in any military-horror film, but it was at least executed well. Excited for the next episode!


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