The first horror series from the streaming giant is based on Arabic folklore.
The story follows a prisoner who arrives at a remote military interrogation centre and turns the tables on his interrogators, exposing their most shameful secrets.
The three-episode series, produced in partnership with Phantom Films, Ivanhoe and Blumhouse, has been written by Patrick Graham, who also performed the directing duties.
"'Ghoul' is a thrilling horror series, both frightening and insightful. Its high production value, a chilling performance from Radhika Apte, and quality writing are sure to scare Indian and global audiences alike," Simran Sethi, Netflix Director, International Originals said in a statement.
The trailer of the series will be launched tomorrow.
"'Ghoul' is a first in class, edge-of-your-seat horror series - that we are incredibly proud of. This is our second collaboration with Netflix (after 'Sacred Games') and yet another strong example of commitment towards high quality content," director-producer Vikramaditya Motwane said.
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