Television series SuperCops vs SuperVillains to take vampire versus werewolves route

Updated: Nov 15, 2016, 10:24 IST | Letty Mariam Abraham |

Popular action-comedy show, SuperCops vs SuperVillains, has gone through big changes in the past. Now, the makers have decided to introduce another one in season seven

Stills from an earlier season of Supercops vs Supervillains
Stills from an earlier season of Supercops vs Supervillains 

Popular action-comedy show, SuperCops vs SuperVillains, has gone through big changes in the past. Now, the makers have decided to introduce another one in season seven — the episodic show will be turned into a finite series and draw inspiration from The Twilight Saga.

A unit hand informs, “We will introduce two groups — werewolves and vampires, but unlike the Twilight series, this will be a horror story with a slight twist. Harshad Arora of Beintehaa fame will play the lead hero representing the werewolf clan. Newbie Ankit Raaj will be seen as a vampire.”


Stills from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn part 2

We hear Asha Negi, Rati Pandey and Sukriti Kandpal are among actresses to have auditioned for the two female lead characters in the show.

Harshad says, “I haven’t watched The Twilight Saga, but have seen The Vampire Diaries. That’s enough homework for me to get into my character of a werewolf.”

Other vampire shows

The concept of vampires vs werewolves is not new to Indian television. Ekta Kapoor tried her hand at it with Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani (right) featuring Sukriti Kandpal and Vivian DSena. The show was a big hit with the audience. Vikas Gupta explored the Vampire Diaries concept for Fanaah with Karan Kundra and Rithvik Dhanjani.

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