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Indian Predator - The Butcher of Delhi trailer: The true crime docuseries about a terrifying killer will send chills down your spine

The series will premiere on Netflix on July 20, 2022.

Indian Predator - The Butcher of Delhi trailer: The true crime docuseries about a terrifying killer will send chills down your spine
Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi
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Last Updated: 06.26 AM, Jun 28, 2022

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A ruthless killer who was enraged by the system and harboured a personal grudge committed horrifying murders in Delhi. The evil killer left everyone involved bewildered and sent chills down their spines while the police persistently tried to unravel the serial crime. With its new true-crime docuseries, Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi, Netflix is prepared to tell the tale of this heinous murderer by analysing his motivations and revealing the specifics of what transpired. The true-crime docuseries, which is being directed by Ayesha Sood and produced by VICE India, will make its Netflix debut on July 20, 2022.

The documentary series methodically examines the succession of circumstances that resulted in the capture of this terrible murderer, who dissected his victims and dispersed their body parts over the city. Following the killings, there was a cat-and-mouse game and a rush for the police to apprehend the murderer before he claimed his next victim. Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi details the Delhi Police's research, case progression, and race against time to apprehend the offender and comprehend his motivations.

The director of the documentary series, Ayesha Sood, commented on the whodunit by saying that the non-fiction arena in India is always growing, and she is very glad to be a part of this to produce a gripping story. Sood tries to learn something new from every project she works on as a filmmaker, and through comprehending this one and the inquiry that followed, she also learned a lot about the legal system and human psychology. The director is excited to highlight a case that should have shocked the nation but wasn't through this Netflix docuseries.

Samira Kanwar, VP Content at VICE APAC, said that India has long had the potential for a flourishing non-fiction content scene that is finally gaining ground like never before. In order to tell the tale of some of India's most brutal serial killers, they are happy to team up with Netflix, a platform that features some of the best documentaries from India and throughout the world. They appreciate Netflix's support as a creative home and for giving them a platform to convey these stories.

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