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Dahaad: Did you know Aamir Khan's daughter, Ira Khan, was an assistant director in the Prime Video series?

Ira Khan shared a few snaps from Dahaad on her Instagram page.

Dahaad: Did you know Aamir Khan's daughter, Ira Khan, was an assistant director in the Prime Video series?
Ira Khan/Instagram
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 06.23 AM, May 16, 2023

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Dahaad is available on Prime Video and has gained instant popularity. The series, created by Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, stars Sonakshi Sinha in the role of a cop and Vijay Varma as the main antagonist. The series has received praise for its screenplay and the outstanding performances of its lead actors. Now, Aamir Khan's daughter, Ira Khan, who herself is a filmmaker, was an assistant director on the sets of Dahaad. Yes, she took to her Instagram story and shared a few photos from the series.

The first photo featured her sharing clips from the series and tagging the actors featured in the episode. While sharing the second photo, Ira wrote, "I was there for all these scenes."


In the final photo, Ira posted a photo of the end credits, wherein she revealed that she was the second assistant director on the first schedule of Dahaad.

Take a look below:


Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar conceived the crime, mystery, and thriller web series Dahaad, and both Kagti and Oberoi served as directors. Sonakshi Sinha, Gulshan Devaiah, Sohum Shah, Vijay Varma, Manyuu Doshi, Yogi Singha, Sanghmitra Hitaishi, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee, Varad Bhatnagar, Nirmal Chiraniyan, Vijay Kumar Dogra, Abhishek Bhalerao, and Waris Ahmed Zaidi star in it.

With its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, Dahaad makes history as the first Indian web series to be nominated for the Berlinale Series Award. On May 12, the series premiered on Prime Video.


In Dahaad, sub-inspector Anjali Bhaati is put in charge of the investigation when a number of dead women are found in public bathrooms under strange circumstances. As the case goes on, she starts to think that the deaths that seem to be clear-cut may be the work of a serial killer on the run. This sets off a thrilling game of cat and mouse between a seasoned criminal and a rookie cop.