'The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth' trailer delves into Sheena Bora case digging dark secrets

From the dysfunctional dynamics of an elite Indian family to the relentless pursuit of justice, "The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth" promises to be a gripping exploration of power, privilege, and the human psyche.

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Delving into the depths of one of India's most sensational criminal cases, Netflix has unveiled the gripping trailer for its upcoming documentary series, "The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth." Directed by Uraaz Bahl and Shaana Levy, this four-episode docuseries promises to unravel the complexities surrounding the infamous Sheena Bora case, captivating audiences with its intriguing narrative.

Set to premiere on February 23, the series produced by US-based MakeMake and the India Today Group, is poised to offer an unprecedented insight into the enigmatic saga that shook Mumbai's high society and captured the nation's attention. The Sheena Bora case, known for its labyrinthine twists and turns, is brought to life through compelling storytelling and exclusive interviews.

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The trailer provides a glimpse into the tumultuous events that transpired, hinting at the layers of deception and intrigue that lie beneath the surface. At the heart of the narrative are key figures including Indrani Mukerjea herself and her daughter, Vidhie. Through previously unseen family photographs and chilling call recordings, viewers are invited to delve deeper into the dark underbelly of the case, questioning each character's version of the truth.

From the dysfunctional dynamics of an elite Indian family to the relentless pursuit of justice, "The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth" promises to be a gripping exploration of power, privilege, and the human psyche.

Featuring exclusive interviews with Indrani Mukerjea herself, along with her family, legal representatives, and veteran journalists who covered the case, the series offers a multifaceted perspective on one of the most intriguing criminal mysteries of our time.

As the countdown begins to its release on February 23, anticipation is at an all-time high for "The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth." 

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