9 new Indian original films produced by Priyanka Chopra, Madhuri Dixit, and Anushka Sharma were unveiled at the What’s Next Event in Singapore.
Netflix announced nine new Indian original films at the See What Next Event in Singapore, unveiled the projects of Priyanka Chopra, Madhuri Dixit, and Anushka Sharma.
Speaking in the event, NetFlix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said that Asia and especially India are an important area of significance in the future plans of the streaming service.
Madhuri Dixit will produce a Marathi film named 15th August and a classical satire about middle-class India’s struggle, is set in a rice.
Still another project is Rajma Rice, which is directed by Lina Yadav and is starring Rishi Kapoor, who plays a widowed father who wants to reconnect with his son again. The film will be released in November 2018.
An emotionally troubled music teacher will play in the Manav Kaul music teacher who will also be Nina Gupta and Divya Datta.
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Abhay Deol and Little Things’ Chopstick starring Mithila Palkar are currently in production. It is about “a confident, but the talented girl who is tinkling at every stage of her life, to help her recover a stolen car from a goat-loving, crazy Mumbai gangster.
Read in a statement, in this process, he gets his confidence and place in the sun. Bulbul produced by Anushka Sharma and Kornleet Films of Karanesh Sharma is a piece of the piece set in a lively atmosphere between “old beliefs and superstitions.”
Directed by Anthony Marras, the film will be released as Netflix Original in 2019, playing the cast of artists of Mumbai and Dev Patel, an artist from Army Hammer and Jason Isaac. The premiere of positive reviews about the 26/11 terrorist attacks in the film, Mumbai, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The other films announced include a Bromance about festival acquisition Sony, Upstarts, three college roommates and Cobalt Blue, about a brother and sister who falls in love with the same person.
In addition to the films, Cast announcements have also been made about Netflix’s Indian TV Slate.
“Our first effort was the Sacred games, which found the audience around the world. It was 2018, but today we are here to talk about 2019,” said Simran Sethi, a creative executive in charge of Indian content.
He said, “At the moment we are shooting six originals from Leh to Kerala in India.” A new program to declare was a typewriter, which was created by the story’s director Sujoy Ghosh. Typewriter in Goa will be the story of a haunted house.
Produced by Priyad Akbar and Bard of Blood novel Leela, Imran Hashmi starring and Shahrukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment, already in production shows.
“Leela is a very powerful story about finding a mother to find her daughter in a distasteful future. Finding a woman director for this story was important for us, Sethi said, Deepa Mehta was the right choice. Are shooting in Delhi, “she said, an artist listed in which includes Huma Qureshi and Sanjay Suri.
Curiously, Mehta directed Salman Rushdie’s film adaptation of Midnight’s Children, which also has Netflix shows in the pipeline. In a video of Delhi Set, Mehta said that this show is a six-part series which is with a subject which is actually close to his heart, “a woman who gets stronger and kills **.”
One of the big upcoming projects is a spin-off of SS Rajmuni’s blockbuster film series, Bahubali. “We are excited that Bahubali will get global audiences like movies. I think the series gives us the freedom to explore the origin of Sivagami,” Netflix VP of production said, Todd Yelin
Producer Prasad Devine said, “This is a prequel for both films.” “It will take fans back in the background of the characters of the films, and we will also present new characters.”
Prasad revealed that the epic closing action sequence in the series was shot by Rajmuli.
Netflix has released the first Sacred Games, Ghol, Brij Mohan Amar Raha, Love Square Square, Little Things and Brahmin Naman from India.