Indian television is no longer limiting its family dramas to kitchen politics; the makers have now started infusing paranormal elements in family dramas and comedies to give a boost to the TRPs (Television Rating Points). Producer Rashmi Sharma observes, “Such tracks are weaved into the story in an organic manner. Exploring new genres is creatively satisfying and challenging. We don’t introduce these elements because there is a dearth of tracks, but to offer something new to the viewers. Stakes are high while exploring these unconventional genres, but one has to take a risk.”
Here’s a look at the shows exploring the supernatural in it:
Uttaran The show’s ongoing track has Meethi being possessed by a spirit after Nandini performs black magic on her.
Adaalat One would expect a courtroom drama to deal with real people and crimes, but even the makers of this show couldn’t resist the temptation of exploring the supernatural genre. A recent episode featured an age-old Shiv temple, which has imposed a ban on the Ayaachi community from entering it. KD (Ronit Roy) does manage to unravel the real story behind the mystery, eventually.