Welcome back to Humor Nation. Asur is one of the best Indian psychological thriller shows of all time. The show focuses around a serial killer who takes inspiration from the Indian mythology. The show featured many references and details that the viewers surely missed. Today we will be taking a look at such details which were missed by many.
So Take A Look At 5 Things That You Didn’t Know About Asur
5. The Murder Similarity
At the beginning of the show when we witness the murder of a woman, the killer shoves the face of the woman right into an oven. This particular scene shares similarities with the suicide of American author Sylvia Plath. Sylvia Plath committed suicide by placing her head in the oven with the gas turned on Feb 11, 1963.
42. The Foreshadowing
There’s a scene in which Barun Sobti’s character Nikhil while investigating a case comes across a coffin maker named George. George tells him that the devil has threatened to kill his family and therefore he prepared coffins for him. Later Lolark asks Nikhil about what to do with George. Nikhil tells him that George was doing only for the safety of his family. If It were him or Lolark, they too would have done the same. Later when Nikhil is abducted by the killer, he is asked to assist the killer, but he denies. But when the killer shows him his family, he becomes desperate and joins the killer.