ZEE5 Global drops trailer of its next direct-to-digital film ‘Rautu Ka Raaz’

Viewers will get to witness actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui as a smart cop in a lazy murder investigation.

Poster of the film. / Zee5

ZEE5 Global, the world’s largest home-grown video streaming platform, on June.14 dropped the trailer for its next direct-to-digital film, ‘Rautu Ka Raaz’. Produced by Zee Studios and Phat Phish Records and directed by Anand Surapur, Rautu Ka Raaz features Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead role as Inspector Deepak Negi.

Other actors starring in this mystery thriller include Rajesh Kumar, Atul Tiwari and Narayani Shastri. The film is set in the picturesque village of Rautu Ki Beli in Uttarakhand. The feature had its Gala Premiere at the 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) last year where it received a warm welcome. It is now set for its digital premiere on June.28.

“The trailer of Rautu Ka Raaz is a tantalizing glimpse into the gripping world that awaits the viewers. I am someone who enjoys watching crime dramas, and hence, I can confidently say that this film will be an entertaining watch with a unique twist,” Nawazuddin Siddiqui said. “What really sets Rautu Ka Raaz apart are the quirky characters and the lazy but breathtaking backdrop of Uttarakhand.”

The film revolves around the mysterious death of a warden at a blind school in Rautu Ki Beli, a sleepy town which hasn’t witnessed a murder in over a decade and a half. This is where SHO Deepak Negi (played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui) and his team step in as they are tasked with this murder investigation.

Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, ZEE5 Global, said, “This finely crafted murder mystery offers a thrilling combination of suspense and drama. After the stellar success of ‘Haddi’, ZEE5 Global is delighted to collaborate again with ZEE Studios and the immensely talented Nawazuddin Siddiqui to present this unique and compelling plot. We believe ‘Rautu Ka Raaz’ will resonate with audiences worldwide, further cementing our status as the world's largest destination for South Asian content.” 









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