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Time to go hunting for the haunted

tv Updated: May 16, 2011 03:19 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Hindustan Times
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Do ghosts exist? Is there a supernatural power around us? Do worlds parallel to ours exist? These are questions most of us have pondered upon, on many ocassions.

Now, a show on TV is set to delve into this unexplored territory. Called India’s Most Haunted, the show aims to uncover the truth behind the country’s most haunted places. Hosted by Delhi-based duo Rocky Singh and Mayur Sharma, the show plans to find the country’s most haunted places, including Jamali Kamali and Bhangarh, to capture India’s mystical edge and to find out the truth behind local legends and curses.

Talking about the show, Rocky Singh, 41, who always had a fascination for ghosts haunted places and paranormal phenomenon, says, “The show will reveal some of India’s most infamously famous supernatural locations, each with its own fascinating history. It won’t glorify anything, but is dedicated to every person who would like to understand the sphere of paranormal phenomena.”

Interestingly, 20 years ago a spooky incident at Jamali Kamali with Singh and Sharma made them become even more interested in the subject. Mayur Sharma, co-anchor of the show which airs on NDTV Good Times, feels the show will help in putting his fears to rest.

The 39-year-old says, “India is a land of ancient tales of the supernatural. Every state, city and village has its own ghost story. There are hundreds of haunted homes, palaces, even deserted cities here and our job is to see if these things really exist.”

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