A mass murder or suicide? The story of the deaths of three generations of a family that left even the police bewildered is being presented by the OTT platform this month.
The streaming giant Netflix is coming up with a heartwrenching docu-series titled House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths. The makers have released the trailer of the forthcoming project, which is based on hauntings at a place called Burari, Delhi where the Chundawat family of 11 allegedly committed mass suicide by hanging at their own house in 2018. However, the reason behind their deaths is still a mystery and it’s not quite clear yet if it was indeed a suicide or a planned mass murder.
The trailer video features quotes by the police officials and the neighbours of the Chundawats. One of the officials can be seen saying, “How can three generations commit suicide together? The murder of 11 people is a big deal.” While another official person said, “Obviously some things went clearly very wrong.”
A woman can be seen crying remembering the incident and commenting, “They’re three generations living under one roof. Quite a typical family. We have not seen such a family nor can we find one.”
Another police officer can be sharing his experience and saying, “It is said that crime reporters lack emotions, just like policemen. We were too jolted.”
A lot of family pictures of these mysteriously dead people are also featured in the trailer video, which shares glimpses of how happy they all were together.
The OTT giant took the latest video on Instagram and shared it with a caption that says, “11 deaths, one house full of secrets and a set of diaries
that lead us closer to the truth. Watch this chilling case unravel in House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths, arriving 8th October, only on Netflix (sic).”
Check out the post here:
Parched fame director Leena Yadav is creating the upcoming documentary, while the original score of the show has been composed and produced by A. R. Rahman and Qutub-E-Kripa. House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths is arriving on October 8.