Horror queen Bipasha Basu to introduce new season of 'Aahat'

Actress Bipasha Basu, who has done a string of horror and supernatural films, will reportedly make her small screen appearance once again with an upcoming season of horror TV show 'Aahat'.

hidden January 30, 2015 13:14:58 IST
Horror queen Bipasha Basu to introduce new season of 'Aahat'

New Delhi: Actress Bipasha Basu, who has done a string of horror and supernatural films, will reportedly make her small screen appearance once again with an upcoming season of horror TV show "Aahat".

According to a source, the actress has been approached for the first episode of the horror show aired on Sony Entertainment Television channel.

Horror queen Bipasha Basu to introduce new season of Aahat

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"Bipasha, who has of late done a lot of horror movies, has been approached to narrate the introduction episode of the upcoming season of the popular horror show 'Aahat'," said a source.

She was previously seen in TV shows like "Fear Files" and "Comedy Nights with Kapil".

In an interview earlier, Bipasha had said that she is happy with the tag of "horror queen". She has been part of horror films like "Raaz", "Aatma" and "Creature 3D" and more recently "Alone".

The show is likely to go on air mid-February.

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