RHKH is a daily and will air from Monday to Thursday at
11 pm. With no special cast, this horror show will sport different
actors every week.
When asked by indiantelevision.com as to how different this
show would be from its competitors Koi Jane Na and Kya
Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat, Singh did not lay any tall claims but merely
said that he had attempted a different format of story -telling.
"Each story would be completed in four episodes, which in turn
would make our show pacy and not keep the viewer waiting every Thursday
for the next week's episodes. In such cases, often the viewer is
unable to catch up the next week and hence he loses track, and in
the bargain, the programme loses eyeballs."
Singh also stressed on the fact that like in C.I.D, here
too care has been taken that nothing is taken from any real-life
incident, however chilling and inexplicable it might be.
RHKH which will be pitched at the 11 pm slot against the
popular Kahiin To Hoga on Star Plus may do better if it was
slotted in at 11.30 pm when it will be competing with Star's Kahiin
Kissi Roz. But Sahara's senior VP programming Triptii Sharma
explained that the 11 pm show was going to be the channel's wind
up show after which the repeat telecasts begin. "However if
we get something good at 11 pm, we may shift this one to 11.30,"
Twenty four episodes of RHKH are ready and Singh expects
the show to be an on-going one like C.I.D. Sharma said, "There
should be the usual 260 mandatory episodes. And then, we'll take
it from there."
C.I.D hasn't been hogging the limelight with double-digit
TVR figures, but its consistent presence week-after-week is an indicator
that it has a loyal following even after five years of being on-air.
Sahara Manoranjan, for one, would certainly be looking for a repeat