Raat Hone Ko Hai

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Raat Hone Ko Hai
RHKH.jpg
A promotional logo image of "Raat Hone Ko Hai".
Genre Horror Supernatural
Developed by B. P. Singh
Written by Story: Jai Vikram B.
Screenplay: John F. Gardner
Directed by B. P. Singh, Hemant Prabhu, & Rajesh Rana
Theme music composer Raju Singh
Opening theme "Raat Hone Ko Hai" by Sunidhi Chauhan
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes Total 309
Production
Executive producer(s) Yash Patnaik
Producer(s) B. P. Singh & Pradeep Uppoor
Cinematography Shabbir Naik
Editor(s) Imran Khan
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 24 minutes
Production company(s) Fireworks Productions
Release
Original network Sahara Manoranjan
Picture format 480i (SDTV
Original release May 10, 2004 – November 21, 2005
Chronology
Related shows Aahat
Ssshhhh...Koi Hai
Darr Sabko Lagta Hai

Raat Hone Ko Hai is an Indian television horror series that premiered on Sahara Manoranjan now known as Sahara One on May 10, 2004.[1] The series is produced by known television director B. P. Singh.[2]

Titles of the stories[edit]

In chronological order, broadcast from 10 May 2004 till 15 September 2005[3]

  • House # 44
  • Paying Guest
  • Marriage
  • Adhikar
  • Khandar
  • Prakop
  • Ateet
  • Dark Water
  • Contest # 86
  • Theatre
  • Poem
  • Gumnaam
  • Life Line
  • Drishti
  • Bargad
  • Hotel Maya
  • Maut
  • Connection
  • Ichcha
  • Painting
  • Raaz
  • Nishaan
  • Makaya
  • Takquilla Mansion
  • Kathputli
  • Panja
  • Siski
  • Faansi ke baad
  • Video Game
  • Aag
  • Jaanwar
  • Obit Column
  • Tattoo
  • 65 Crores ke liye
  • Never Say Die
  • Kirdaar
  • Humsaya
  • Qaid
  • Cheating
  • Camera
  • Shikaar
  • Nischachar
  • Nightmare
  • Back to the City
  • Shaadi
  • Budhiya
  • Tingoo
  • You Are Not Alone
  • Man Eater Wall
  • Sikka
  • Bawaarchi
  • Death Dealer
  • Shareer
  • Lift
  • Fortune Cookies
  • Coffee Shop
  • Signal
  • Maria
  • Night Shift
  • Black Way
  • Rain of the Death
  • Phone
  • Electric Man
  • Vacuum Cleaner
  • Kkaanch
  • Possession
  • Khopdi
  • Scarecrow

Cast[edit]

Story# 1: House No. 44

Story # 2 : Paying Guest

Story # 3: Marriage

Story # 4: Adhikar

Story # 5: Khandar

Story # 6: Prakop

Story # 7: Ateet

Story # 8: Dark Water

Story # 9: Contest # 86

Story # 10: Theatre

Story # 11: Poem

Story # 12: Gumnaam

Story # 13: Life Line

Story # 14: Drishti

Story # 15: Bargad

Story # 16: Hotel Maya

Story # 17: Maut

Story # 18: Connection

Story # 19: Ichchha

Story # 20: Painting

Story # 21: Raaz

Story # 22: Nishaan

Story # 23: Makaya

Story # 24: Takquilla Mansion

Story # 25: Kathputli

Story # 26: Panja

Story # 27: Siski

Story # 28: Faansi ke baad

Story # 29: Video Game

Story # 30: Aag

Story # 31: Jaanwar

Story # 32: Obit Column

Story # 33: Tattoo

Story # 34: 65 Crore ke liye

Story # 35: Never Say Die

Story # 36: Kirdaar

Story # 37: Humsaya

Story # 38: Qaid

Story # 39: Cheating

Story # 40: Camera

Story # 41: Shikar


Story # 42: Nishachar

Story # 43: Nightmare

Story # 44: Back to the city

Story # 45: Shaadi

Story # 46: Budhiya

Story # 47: Tingoo

Story # 48: You are not alone

Story # 49: Man Eater Wall

Story # 50: Sikka

Story # 51: Baawarchi

Story # 52: Death Dealer

Story # 53: Shareer

Story # 54: Lift

Story # 55: Fortune Cookies

Story # 56: Coffee Shop

Story # 57: Signal

Story # 58: Mariya

Story # 59: Night Shift

Story # 60: Black Way

Story # 61: The Rain of Death

Story # 62: Phone

Story # 63: Electric Man

Story # 64: Vacuum Cleaner

Story # 65: Kaanch

Story # 66: Possession

Story # 67: Khopdi

Story # 68: Scarecrow

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Raat Hone Ko Hai: B.P. Singh has it in him to scare you". Tribune India. 2004. 
  2. ^ "Sahara optimistic about new horror show". Indiantelevision.com. April 15, 2004. 
  3. ^ Sahara One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A68XefCiXzs&list=PL870FC2BCBC1C36FE