X Zone

X Zone is an Indian television series aired on Zee TV from 1998 to 2002. It was the Indian version of X-Files[1] Directors like Anurag Basu, Tulsi Ramsay, Shyam Ramsay, Kushan Nandy, Vivek Agnihotri, Imtiaz Ali, Anil Sharma, Ketan Mehta directed the episodes of X Zone.

X Zone
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
Production
Running time45 minutes
DistributorZee Entertainment Enterprises
Release
Original networkZee TV
First shown inIndia
Original release8 June 1998 (1998-06-08) 
2002

List of Episodes

No. Name Cast Producers Directors
1 Gaddaar Depak Tijori, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Manoj Joshi Ashwin Dhirai, Shashikant Shah Ricky Sandhu
2-3 Grahan Anju Mahendru, Param Vir, Vaishnavi, Vaidehi Amrute, Narendra Gupta, Sanjay Batra, Mulraj Rajda Alka Shamsi Shahab Shamsi
4-7 Neha Mohan Kapur, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Smita Bansal, Shakti Singh, Savita Bajaj, Rakesh Thareja, Noopur as Neha Pallavi Joshi Vivek Agnihotri
8-12 Sikander[2] Kumar Gaurav as Sikander, Mohan Kapur as Rann Bahadur Thapa, Shruti Ulfat as Natasha, Rajesh Khera as The Mean Chief, Shakti Singh as Navin Bawa, Brij Bhushan Sawhney as Ravi Mishra, Asif Basra as Pammi Teddy, Candice Gracy as Master Gandhar Pallavi Joshi Vivek Agnihotri
13-14 Ansh Rakhee Malhotra, Niki Aneja Walia, Naresh Suri, Achyut Potdar, Dinesh Kaushik, Mahesh Thakur, Neena Gupta, Shiva Rindani, Ragesh Asthana
15-16 Sunanda Harsha Mehra, Mehul Buch, Shashi Kumar, Paresh Panchmatia, Sujata Thakkar, Apurva Achharya, Kukul Tarmastar, Tulsi Rajda, Bharat Bhatt, Mahesh Vakil, Daivi, Devarshi, Homi Wadia Nikita Shah Homi Wadia
17 The Locked Room Abhimanyu Singh, Shweta Keshwani, Firdous Dadi, Kajol Chakravorty, Abhay Mane Kiran Shroff, Kushan Nandy Kushan Nandy
18 Dark Memories Rajeev Verma, Vishal Singh, Vaidehi Amrute, Minal Patel, Ravi Kale, Chaitrali Chirmule, Deepak Sharma, Dilip Darbar, Shahroz Khan Rajeev Tandon Swapna Waghmare Joshi
19-20 Raat aur Din Raghuvir Yadav, Pawan Malhotra, Shruti Ulfat, Ashish Duggal, Ragesh Asthana, Suhas Khandke, Pramod Mouthu Alka Shamsi Shahab Shamsi
21-22 Dead Again Iravati Harse as Surabhi, Kay Kay as Inspector Keval Mansingh, Sujata as Sister Christene, Ankush Mohla as Theodor Marx Glen Barretto, Ankush Mohla Glen Barretto, Ankush Mohla
23-24 Dahak Arif Zakaria, Sukanya Kulkarni, Ravi Gosai, Vaibhavi Raut, Siraj Mustafa, Manmit Singh Aneesh Dev Rajesh Ransinghe
25 Ward No. 13 Suresh Oberoi, Anju Mahendru, Deepak Deolkar, Trupti Toradmal, Dinesh Kaushik, Pankaj Kalra, Yogesh Alka Shamsi Shahab Shamsi
26-27 Cheherey Sachin Khedekar, Iravati Harshe, Kay Kay, Manoj Joshi, Saurabh Dubey Rajeev Mehta Deepak Malwankar
28-31 Kashish Navin Nischol, Meenal Patel, Rajasi Behere, Shivani Gosain, Shirin Merchant, Mohankant, Abha Parmar, Vandana Sajnani, Ritvika Dey, Ashwin Kaushal Nikita Shah Deepak Bawaskar
32-33 Mrityu Bhavana Balsaver, Rituraj, Achint Kaur, Lilaver Tendulkar, Hemant Pandey, Jogi, Avinash Kharshikar, Hamid Khan, Master Akash, Master Samrat, Ashalasa Shinde, Sujata, Nirmala, P.D. Awasare, Rajinder Mehra, Karan Shah, Jaya Mathur Karan Shah Karan Shah
34-35 Anjaan Aparna Tilak, Beena, Darshan Jariwala, Manish Nagpal Ashish Jalan Ketan Mehta
36-37 Vashikaran Parmeet Sethi, Papia Sengupta, Reena Kapoor, Pramathesh Mehta, Suresh Gor, Khushboo Nikita Shah Homi Wadia
38-39 Ghungroo ! Salim Ghouse as Krishna Amma, Mukesh Jadhav as Tara, Bunty Sharma as Chameli, Ashok Sharma as Iqbal Hakim, Laxminarayan Tripathi as Champa Rajeev Mehta David Atkins
40-41 Kudrat Vishal Singh, R. Madhavan, Seema Shetty Aneesh Dev Rajesh Ranshinge
42-43 Talaash Anil Dhawan, Nishigandha Wad, Dinesh Kaushik, Jaya Bhattacharya, Smita Bansal, Rushali Arora, Jaya Mathur, Kanika Shivpuri, Mehul Buch Alka Shamsi Shahab Shamsi
44-45 The Caves Of Rangiri Pallavi Joshi, Manish Choudhari, Dilip Pawle Preeti Bubna Ali, Arif Ali Imtiaz Ali
46-47 Woh Kaun Tha Ashutosh Rana, Papia Sengupta Vinta Nanda Gaurav Saxena
48-49 Ateet
50 Baat Ek Raat Ki
51 Bhram ? Sukanya Mone, Sanjay Mone, Shyama Deshpande, Candida Fernandes Two's Company Glen Barretto, Ankush Mohla
52 Abhishaap Nandita Puri, Bhaveen Gosain, Vinod Nagpal, Alefia Aftab Kapadia Ray C
53-54 Asthiyaan Shaukat Baig, Arpana Sharma, Ashok Sharma, Zafar Karachiwala, Dilip Thadekeshwar, Juhu Sinha, Gagan Gupta, Deepak Chand Rajeev Mehta Pavan S. Kaul
55-56 Karma Anita Kulkarni, Lalit Tiwari, Ashok Laath, Abhay Chopra, Sagar Arya, Sanjeev Seth, Sanjay Gandhi, Chunnu Mehra, Zubeda Vinta Nanda Vinta Nanda, Anil Sharma
57-58 Dafan
59 Woh Raat Nawab Shah, Sangeeta Ghosh, Ritu Raj, Gajendra Chauhan, Kanika Shivpuri, Rajeeta Kochar, Vilas Raaj, Poonam Das Gupta Tulsi Ramsay, Shayam Ramsay Deepak Ramsay
60 Gumrah Divya Jagdale, Sudhanshu Pandey, Meenakshi Gupta, Rupesh Thapliyal, Jaspir Thandi Two's Company Glen Barretto, Ankush Mohla
61-62 Caretaker Aly Khan, Shweta Keshwani, Malvika Singh
63-64 Khwaab Aparna Tilak, Varun Badola, Nakul S Vaid, Madhu Malti, Rachna Goel, Mukesh Ahuja, Mohit K Jha Deepa Sahi Ketan Mehta
65 Hairat Priyanka as Meenakshi, Anup Soni as Aniket, Mansi Salvi as Kavita, Shakti Singh as Pande, Ashok Lokhande as Jatashankar, Jyotsna, Sarvendar Singh Ricky Sinha, Harsha Sinha Deepak Bawaskar
66-67 Whitelight Nikki Aneja, Naveen Bawa, Tanaz Currim, Kay Kay, Kamal Jain, Master Kinshuk Pallavi Joshi Vivek Agnihotri
70-71 Rakshak Nasir Khan, Alifia Kapadia, Sagar Arya Two's Company Glen Barretto, Ankush Mohla
72 Mangni Beena, Arundhati Ganorkar, Pamela Mukherjee, Rajesh Sharma Mallika Jalan Rabiranjan Maitra
73-74 Zidd Zarina Wahab, Gajraj Rao, Poonam Narula, Hussain, Jaya Bhattacharya, Amitanshu Jain Preety Bubna Ali, Arif Ali Imtiaz Ali
75-76 Fear
77-78 Vishesh
79-80 Coma
81 666
82-83 Planchette Poonam Narula, Aman Verma, Sheetal Thakkar, Vandana Sajnani, Prithvi Zutshi, Pratima Kazmi, Amla Rai, Rani Sharma Deepak Bhalla Anik Ghosh
84 Saath Phere
85-86 Madhyam
87-88 Drishti
89-90 Shraap
91 Wild Rose
92 12 O'Clock
93 Shamshaan
94 Jwala
95 A True Story
96 Mukti
97 Ashaant Shama Deshpande, Gufi Paintal, Lata Haya, Nayan Bhatt, Suresh Gaur, Rakesh Vyas, Shridhar Parab, Siddharth Ravrani Nikita Shah Homi Wadia
98 Bhavishya
99 Sculptor
100 Milan
101 13 Days
102 Raniya
103 Woh 7 Din
104 Ilaaka
105 The Return Of Woh
106 Sauda
107 Aaina Adi Irani
108 Angela
109 Believe It Or Not
110 Gunah
111 Author
112 Janam
113 Suhaag
114 Apshagun
115 Mad Man's Diary
116 Kasara Ghaat
117 Bees Saal Baad
118 Nisachar
119 Haqeeqat
120 Saheli
121 Kirdar Achint Kaur, Irfan Khan Inhouse Productions
122
123 The Sweeper 🧹
124-125 Kabza
126 Mangalsutra

Production

For Woh Kaun Tha this was the first time in 10 years that a TV serial crew had gone deep into the so-called affected areas - Srinagar, Gulmarg and Pahalgam of Kashmir Valley.[3]

Talaash was the story of Kusum who hallucinates about a girl killed in her college and had recurrent nightmares.[4]

Casting

Tanaz Currim in Whitelight played the wife of a colonel who is possessed by an evil spirit.[5]

Kumar Gaurav played the role of an amnesiac in story 'Sikandar, who pieces together his past to realize he is the world's most dreaded terrorist'. The story wasbased on Carlos,.[6]

Brijesh Hirjee played Dracula in an episode in 2001.[7]

References

  1. "Re telling X files in Hindi". www.tribuneindia.com. 29 November 1998.
  2. "Big star of small screen". www.tribuneindia.com. 4 October 1998.
  3. "After big screen, small screen returns to Kashmir Valley". India Today.
  4. April 19, Namrata Joshi; April 19, 1999 ISSUE DATE:; February 19, 1999UPDATED:; Ist, 2013 16:28. "Go West, directed by Edward Buzzell at TNT". India Today.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  5. "The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum - Television". www.tribuneindia.com.
  6. October 19, Namrata Joshi; October 19, 1999 ISSUE DATE:; April 5, 1998UPDATED:; Ist, 2013 18:02. "Kumar Gaurav back in action, to play terrorist in TV serial Sikandar". India Today.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  7. "The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Glitz 'n' glamour". www.tribuneindia.com.
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