‘The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth’ trailer: Sheena Bora’s murder leaves many questions unanswered – Times of India

Indrani Mukerjea is set to reveal details about the Sheena Bora murder case in an upcoming documentary series titled “The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth.” The series, scheduled to premiere next month, will delve into the notorious case that gained attention in 2015 due to Mukerjea’s alleged involvement in her daughter’s murder.
The poster for the docu-series, shows Indrani with her face partially covered.The trailer, which is already out, explores the scandalous case, featuring interviews with Indrani Mukerjea, her family members, journalists, and legal experts. The series aims to shed light on the complex family dynamics and motivations surrounding the case.
In the trailer, Indrani Mukerjea is confronted with the question of whether she was responsible for her daughter’s death. Her response, “What a stupid question,” has sparked intrigue and anticipation among viewers. The series promises to provide insights into the case that shook the nation, offering perspectives from various angles.
The documentary will likely delve into the events leading up to Sheena Bora’s disappearance in 2012 and the subsequent arrest of Indrani Mukerjea, along with others involved in the case.

In May 2022, the Supreme Court granted bail to Indrani Mukerjea, the former media executive accused in Sheena Bora’s murder. The case gained widespread attention after Sheena Bora, a Mumbai Metro One executive, went missing in April 2012.

The documentary series is expected to provide further insight into the case, examining the events and circumstances surrounding Sheena Bora’s tragic death and the subsequent legal proceedings. Viewers await the release of “The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth” to uncover more details about this gripping true-crime saga.

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