New Delhi, Sep 8 (IANS) TV actor Sachin Parikh, currently seen in "Haunted Nights - Kaun Hai Woh?", says graphics and art work used in the supernatural show makes it different from regular TV shows.
"The shooting and all is very different from a normal show. It consumes a lot of time and also takes a toll on you. There are a lot of graphics and art work involved in the look of the show," Sachin, who has acted in shows like "Na Bole Tum...Na Maine Kuch Kaha" and "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge", told IANS.
He also says that "Haunted Nights..." is a combination of family drama and horror, which is something that hasn't been seen before.
"I am sure people will love it as it is a combination of family drama and supernatural thriller. There are eerie things in every episode plus there is drama...never in the past has such a show been aired," he said.
There have been supernatural shows in the past which have not worked well on television. He said that the reason for their failure is they are not aired daily due to which their continuity breaks.
"Supernatural shows have not worked as they are not shown on a regular basis. They are shown on a weekly episode basis due to which people are not able to keep up with the storyline. They break that connection and the next time it comes, they have to try and remember what happened," said Sachin, who is also seen in the show "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon...Ek Baar Phir".