Mona Singh, Swastika Mukherjee and Shamita Shetty will topline the solid of an Indian adaptation of the favored worldwide present, Black Widows. In June, IANS had introduced that Scandinavian producers Roope Lehtinen and Mikko Polla’s crime drama hit “Black Widows” is all set for an Indian adaptation, narrating a darkly funny story of three greatest mates who attempt to kill their abusive husbands. The Indian model can be the eighth worldwide remake of the present, following variations in Ukraine, Estonia, Lithuania, the Middle East, Mexico, Scandinavia and the Czech Republic.
While the unique starred Beate Bill, Cecilia Forss and Synnove Macody Lund, the solid of the Indian model was but to be revealed again then.
On Friday it was introduced that together with Mona, Swastika, and Shamita, the Indian internet sequence can even function Sharad Kelkar, Raima Sen, Parambrata Chattopadhyay and Aamir Ali.
“It feels great to start working again, amid safety measures. What is more exciting is the project itself! Being part of a popular international show with seven remakes and being adapted in India, is a huge opportunity,” mentioned Mona.
The present is helmed by Bengali filmmaker Birsa Dasgupta, and components of it is going to be shot in Kolkata.
Swastika added: “It is fun to shoot in Kolkata, where I grew up. There is a great level of comfort, with safety and health as priority. This is a dream project for us all. How often do you get a chance to be part of an international adaptation with a talented director like Birsa and a phenomenal cast?”
Shamita mentioned: “It is not your run-of-the-mill storyline and at the same time, it is a genre that has not been explored in India as it has internationally. Dark humour is tough to understand and even tougher to act! But we are trying out best.”
The capturing of the Zee5 present is at present underway in. Two seasons are being lined up proper now. The first season is anticipated to be launched in December.
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