New Delhi: Watcho, Dish TV India’s OTT platform, has launched a new web series “Jaalsaazi – The Single Horn Mystery”. Written by Kumar Lodhi and Directed by Mani Sinha, the eight-episode crime thriller series is a perfect combination of fiction and non-fiction backdrop.
‘Jaalsaazi – The Single Horn Mystery’ series stars multi-talented actors like Kula Kuldip, Kingini Bhattacharya, JeetBaruah, and Surabhi Das and revolves around the presence of Rhino horn smuggling mafia in the eastern region. Shot in the jungles of Assam, the latest series no holds barred approach to storytelling gives more than enough eye-widening visuals and hair-raising scares to make each episode well worth the watch. Furthermore, the series takes us a little closer to the darker side of humanity and how Indian agencies paves out plans to trace wildlife rhino horn poachers.
Commenting on the launch of the new series, Mr. Sukhpreet Singh, Corporate Head – Marketing, DishTV & Watcho, Dish TV India Ltd, said, “We, at Watcho have always been buoyed by the amount of confidence our viewers have shown in us by appreciating our content portfolio. Our aim has always been to deliver seamless, superlative content and keep our viewers captivated by streaming new shows on our platform. With the launch of our new show ‘Jaalsaazi – The Single Horn Mystery, which is filled with thrill and suspense, we are focused and determined to consistently upgrade our platform by exploring different genres besides drama and fiction to drive more engagement”.
Building on its vision to provide unparalleled and engaging content experience to its customers, the platform has recently launched an engaging quiz contest ‘Watcho aur Jeeto’ and revamped its user-generated content offering ‘Watcho Swag’. Bringing in a unique assortment of snackable content cutting across all genres, Watcho offers many original shows including web series like Titli-Current Maarti Hai, Its my pleasure, 4 Thieves, Love Crisis, Ardhsatya, Mortuary, Chhoriyan, Rakhta Chandana, and original influencer shows like Look I Can Cook, Bikharehain Alfaaz, etc. to name a few.