Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Reviews

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Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Reviews

Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Reviews is a mystery TV series directed by Vikranth Pawar and stars Tisca Chopra, Rajesh Tailang, Mukesh Tiwari, Saurabh Shukla and Ankur Nayyar, alongside other cast members. The series has 9 episodes, each with a runtime of around 45-50 minutes.

Cast

  • Tisca Chopra as Avni Raut
  • Saurabh Shukla as Swaroop (Pramukh Ji)
  • Rohan Joshi as Anay Raut
  • Ankur Nayyar as Sandeep
  • Rajesh Tailang as Parimal Singh
  • Mukesh Tiwari as CI Bhairon Singh
  • Hima Singh
  • Siddharth Bhardwaj
  • Leher Khan as Rani

Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Review Does Not Contain Spoilers

Dahan Raakan Ka Rahasya Review Does Not Contain Spoilers

Dahan’s first chapter will test your patience. Irrespective of whether the next 8 episodes are action/mystery filled or not, the first episode is so full of scenes that you’ll lose half of your viewing time. However, Diska Chopra will surely push you to watch the show after these draggy episodes, especially once she arrives in Shilaspura.

Shikaspura is not that interesting, but the creators have made it so mysterious and scary that you can’t take your eyes off it. Add to that a very creepy background score, and you’ve got a solid atmosphere that you can’t look away from. Village is the most interesting character on this show, and boy does it disappoint, especially as all of its various aspects come together.

Disha Chopra’s Avani Raut has secrets of her own. From the first minute, something happened to her and something haunts her to this day. Is there something supernatural, or is she mentally unwell? That’s the question you keep asking as Avani overcomes one hurdle after another.

Dahan review:

Bollywood produced mediocre horror films, and the genre lost its fan base. However, the 2018 film Thumpat made an interesting entry and revived the genre by giving it the perfect mix of ancient mythology and horror. Dahan, the 9-episode webseries is an attempt to take you on an unexpected journey through a cursed land where beliefs-non-beliefs, truths-superstitions and good-evils abound.

Dahan’s basic plot is a struggle between superstition and reality. But the storyline is diverse with unique characters and their subplots. Avni Raut (Diska Chopra), a disgraced IAS officer, embarks on a journey to the fictional town of Shilaspura in Rajasthan. Avni is assigned to supervise and oversee the mining of a site in the city funded by a private company. A widow Avni arrives in Shilaspura with her teenage son Anayi and finds that the town is full of superstitions and the people of Shilaspura worship and fear the deity Rithiyagan.

For a long time, Shilaspura has been under threat from Rithiagan and his inhuman Rakkan army. Whenever someone tried to mine the place, he was captured and damaged the city. As the story progresses, Pramukh Swaroop (Saurab Shukla), a warrior-priest who protects the people by performing some occult practices, is introduced. Dealing with the ghosts of her past, Avni defies the norm. She starts mining and all hell breaks loose.

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Much of the mumbo-jumbo thrown by Swaroop and his cousin Parimala (Rajesh Thailong) plays on the science represented by Sandeep and hospital doctor Kaushik (Naved Aslam). The series misses no opportunity to explore the dramatic potential of ambiguity, including bug-eyed exorcism rituals, characters who lose their way and haunting scenes as Avni and Anai begin to question their sanity.

If the aim is to hold the audience captive, this is achieved not by an unnecessarily convoluted plot, but by engaging world-building. Sunil Nikwekar’s evocative locations, compelling visual effects and rich production design do more to create an atmosphere of believable dread than the writing itself.

Diska Chopra, adept at hinting at the depths that lie beneath the surface, leads a vast cast expertly. Memorable actors include Mukesh Tiwari, excellent as twin Byron, and Rohan Joshi, affecting as Avni’s hapless son.

Final verdict:

Dahan- Raakan Ka Rahasya is certainly a binge-watch series that will take on an unpredictable ride, challenging your beliefs over facts and myths.

FAQs Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Reviews

Is Dahan worth watching?

Completely Binge worthy. First Season has Only 9 Episodes . Completed in one Sitting. Binged watching.

What is the story of Dahan web series?

Set in a quaint and rough-hewn fictional town of Shilashpura in Rajasthan. Dahan narrates the story of a maligned IAS officer Avni Raut (Tisca Chopra) who wants to turn things around for herself by taking on an assignment of mediating a deal between Mangon Mining Corporation and reluctant citizens of Shilashpura.

What happens in Dahan Raakan?

It was disclose later that Avani was controll by Haadika all along. And she avenge the death of her son, Ridhiyakan, by making everyone in the village a Raakan.

Is Dahan based on true story?

Dahan is based on Suchitra Bhattacharya’s novel of the same name that in turn was based on a real-life incident reported in Kolkata in the early 1990s.

Is Dahan a horror or not?

Dahan: Raakan Ka Rahasya Reviews is an Indian Hindi-language supernatural horror tv series Directe by Vikranth Pawar. It stars Tisca Chopra, Saurabh Shukla, Rohan Joshi, Rajesh Tailang in an collaborative cast of actors. The series premiered on Disney+Hotstar on 16 September 2022.