These are the biggest actresses in Bollywood and have turned into production with quiet confidence. Now, the three will produce original Netflix movies. The streaming giant has announced nine original Indian movies at What's Next in Singapore. Opening the projects from Priyanka Chopra, Madhuri Dixit and Anushka Sharma, Netflix's content officer Ted Sarandos said Asia, and in particular India, is a land of major importance in the future plans of the streaming service.
Firebrand is produced by Priyanka Chopra and Madhu Chopra. It's a Marathi movie that follows a successful lawyer, a victim of the sex assault played by Usha Jadhav while dealing with difficult family cases, while addressing intimacy issues in her own marriage. Girish Kulkarni develops the role of his husband Madhav Patkar, a professional architect. Sachin Khedekar and Rajeshwari Sachdev sing a couple in the film that is high on the drama.
Madhuri Dixit, a dancing queen of the previous years, also produces a Marathi movie titled August 15. The film is seated in a shawl and is a satire about middle class struggles in India.
Bengaluru and Mrs. Kohli are now ready to produce Bulbul. Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma's "Clean Slate" films will make this era a play that is in a vibrant atmosphere amid ancient beliefs and superstitions.
There are other films, such as Mumbai Hotel, directed by Anthony Marras, with an international ensemble of Dev Patel, Armie Hammer and Jason Isaacs. The movie, about the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, premiered on positive reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Another project is Rajma Chawal, directed by Leena Yadav and Rishi Kapoor. The film will be released in November 2018.
Manav Kaul will play a professor of emotionally disturbing music in Teacher Music, which will also play Neena Gupta and Divya Dutta. Chopsticks with "Abhay Deol" and "Little Things" Mithila Palkar are currently in production. It's a talented but trustworthy girl who came out at every stage of her life looking for a conundrum to recover her stolen car from a gangster in Mumbai, a goat-madman. "Our first foray was the Sacred Games, which found a audience from around the world. That was 2018, but today we are here to talk about 2019," said Simran Sethi, Netflix India Executive Director.
"At this moment, we are shooting six originals in India, from Leh to Kerala," she added.