CHARGESHEET: THE SHUTTLECOCK MURDER

The Chargesheet stars Arunoday Singh, Tridha Choudhury and Shiv Panditt in the lead. It also features Sikander Kher in a pivotal role.

The Chargesheet is inspired by a famous murder case of the 80s. In this, 7-time National Badminton Champion Shiraz Malik is shot outside the stadium whose suspicion goes to his wife and Bahubali leader friend. After the murder case comes into the headlines, CBI’s entered in case. What are the turning points in Murder Case and who killed Shiraz, you will get to see in this web series.

In CHARGESHEET: THE SHUTTLECOCK MURDER A rising table tennis star is murdered and the needle of suspicion points towards an influential politician. But is he the culprit or is he being framed as part of a larger political conspiracy? As a hard-nosed cop investigates the case, he realizes that there’s more to it than meets the eye. An intriguing courtroom drama follows. An explosive story of suspense, thrill and drama! Starring Arunoday Singh as the politician, Sikandar Kher as the police officer, and Tridha Choudhury, Shiv Panditt, Hrishita Bhatt, Ashwini Kalsekar, Kishori Shahane, Shakti Anand in supporting roles.

The poster showcases actor Arunoday Singh in a Nehru Jacket along with Shiv Panditt and Tridha Choudhary. To keep the thrill intact, the badminton net with a shuttlecock painted in blood red is shown on the poster too.

Chargesheet : THE SHUTTLECOCK MURDER is Produced by Roshan Kanal and Ashoke Pandit, Daytee Pictures Pvt. Ltd, written by Priyanka Ghatak and Directed by Shashant Shah, the series stars Arunoday Singh, Tridha Choudhury, Shiv Panditt, Sikandar Kher, Hrishitaa Bhatt, Ashwini Kalsekar, Zakir Hussain, Kishori Shahane and Shakti Anand in prominent roles.

ZEE5 brings forth one of the most prolific court cases which caught the imagination of Indians not just because of the audacity of the crime but also because of what ensues. The unnerving case was being investigated by the CBI directly making it very evident about the high profile involvement.

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