The American network released a trailer for the same recently. Carter’s film examines the mystery behind the double murder of a 13-year-old girl, Aarushi Talwar, and her family’s servant, Hemraj Banjade, in their home in Noida, India, which sparked a media frenzy and has haunted an entire nation for more than a decade.”
Behind Closed Doors is a two-part documentary. On the other hand, his wife Dr Nupur Talwar informs the media and says, “My husband is innocent.”
The released synopsis of the documentary reads, “P.A. The first part will release on July 16, while the second part will air on July 17. The case still remains unsolved. Called Behind Closed Doors, the film will attempt to dig deeper the truth of the unfortunate incident that took place in Noida in 2008. For a long time, Aarushi’s father Dr Rajesh Talwar was seen as a possible suspect. 0
Comment(s) The case was covered widely by the Indian media. Recreated dramatic sequences, news announcements from over a decade ago are shown in the released trailer of the documentary. In 2017, the court acquitted him and his wife Dr Nupur Talwar of all charges. We also get a glimpse of the Talwar parents — Dr Rajesh Talwar and Dr Nupur Talwar — in the footage. Advertising
Dr Rajesh Talwar is seen being escorted by the police as he says, “They’re framing me!” repeatedly. Called the Noida double murder case, the phrase refers to the murder of house help Hemraj Banjade and the 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar.