Londoner Ronnie (Jaz Deol) embarks on a journey to India when his mother, Suleka (Seema Biswas), goes missing and mysteriously ends up in a Kolkata hospital. Before Ronnie can unravel the mystery of what brought his mother back to her homeland, Suleka dies in an apparent cult killing. Further deaths point to a series of past murders that stopped 28 years ago when Suleka left India with her infant son. Until now.

As the darkness within Ronnie grows and the murders reach their peak, all roads lead to the feared witch of Kolkata’s insane asylum.

Director Neil Biswas

Writer Neil Biswas (Stan lee's Lucky Man), Ben Hervey (The Abductor)


Producers Jason Newmark, Nisha Parti, Edward Parks, Laurie Cook, Shaan Vyas, Guneet Monga

Production Credits BFI, OMI Films, Catalyst Global Media, Ultimate Pictures, Newscope, Parti, Higher Content, Sikh Entertainment

Neil Biswas

Neil Biswas is a screenwriter, playwright and director best known for his non-fictional TV drama Bradford Riots, which he wrote and directed. Bradford Riots was broadcast on Channel 4 in 2006, winning the Arts Council England Decibel Award. Biswas is the co-creator, lead writer and co-executive producer for Stan Lee's Lucky Man, which screened in January 2016. It was Sky 1’s highest-rated original drama series ever. He has delivered a revised first draft of feature Why I Write Crime Fiction (with author Stav Sherez) for Mint Pictures, and is attached to direct.