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By on March 23, 2021 0

Actors like Kalki Koechlin and Ali Zafar are optimistic about the India premiere of “The X-Files: Event Series” – a miniseries which is a cover of the iconic show that started the sci-fi wave paranormal.

The show will air in India on Star World Premiere HD at 9 p.m. Saturday.

“The X-Files” had developed a cult fan from its inception in 1992 until 2002. Now, 13 years later, series creator Chris Carter has revived the series with a six-episode miniseries – ‘The X -Files: Event Series ”, which is a treat for science fiction fans.

Actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson return as former FBI special agents who worked on The X-Files – weird and unexplained cases involving paranormal phenomena.

Just as fans around the world have shared their excitement, here’s a look at what some Bollywood stars have to say:

Kalki Koechlin: I have loved ‘The X-Files’ since I was a kid. I was in love with Mulder (David Duchovny) and completely believed that the truth was there. I can’t wait to see them again on TV.

Gul Panag: I watched a lot of ‘The X-Files’ growing up and had the biggest crush on David Duchovny. And on Gillian Anderson. I met her in London a few weeks ago and was completely flabbergasted.

Ali Zafar: When I was a kid I was super excited to watch ‘The X-Files’. As a series, it mystified me as to how it sort of mixed human stories with supernatural elements. I’m glad they’re back.

Dino Morea: I watched a lot of ‘The X-Files’ growing up and I’m really excited he’s coming back. The show was a great mix of mystery and thrills. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson looked so good together on screen throughout. I really enjoyed their Mulder-Scully couple. I’m really glad they’re finally back.

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