House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths is based upon a real story that happened three years ago. It was the most shocking news for the whole world that 11 members of one Chundawat family were found dead under mysterious circumstances at their home in Burari, New Delhi.
Netflix has come up with a documentary and tried to solve the mystery behind these mysterious death titled House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths.
The 11 members of a single-family, ranging in age from a young teen to an old grandma, were discovered dead in their own home at open space, hanging by ropes. It appeared to be a mass suicide.
The Police named it as a ‘The ‘Burari Mass Suicide case.’ The filmmaker Leena Yadav had to cover all the sources connected to these fatalities, so she chose to go into all the speculations surrounding their deaths that were swirling around the internet. She also focused on how the media and Police handled the case. The Police officials were under a lot of stress and pressure as this had become a very high-profile case.
In the documentary, you will get to see how Police unfold the mystery behind the mastermind of all the things that mysteriously happened in the household for 11 long years. The person behind this making the family do questionable things as he believed his deceased father used to guide him.
The viewers have shared how the documentary is not for Faint-hearted people.
Music Compose by Oscar Winner A.R Rahman
Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman who won the award for Danny Boyle “The Slumdog Millionaire” says creating the original score for the documentary series House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths, directed by Leena Yadav and Anubhav Chopra, has been a unique experience.
He said docu-series required a distinct, nuanced musical approach with an enigmatic yet gripping tone as it was concerned with a sensitive and complex issue. He said:
“Collaborating with Leena Yadavji on House of Secrets was a unique experience for me. Since the docu-series concerns a sensitive, complex issue, it required a distinct, nuanced musical approach — enigmatic yet gripping. I am glad to have worked on such a project, which so far has been an unexplored territory for me,” he said in a statement.
While Leena Yadav the director says, “I think the music that Rahman Sir scored has given the series not just a mood, but also an enormous emotional depth… Having a great artist like him leave his footprints on our telling of this complex case has been an honour,” the director said.
House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths streaming now on Netflix from Friday, 8 October.