Actor Kajol, on Thursday, unveiled the first look of her upcoming web-series ‘The Good Wife’ on social media. Taking to Instagram, the ‘Tanhaji’ actor shared a teaser where she can be seen wearing a black robe and walking into the courtroom. Then she asks, “Shuru Kare?”. The 30 second announcement video reveal a lot Kajol’s character. She wrote, “Pyaar, Kanoon, Dhoka – a fight of #TheGoodWife #HotstarSpecials #TheGoodWife, coming soon. #TheGoodWifeOnHotstar #DisneyPlusDay #FirstLook.”
‘The Good Wife’ is an Indian adaptation of American courtroom drama ‘The Good Wife’ starred Julianna Margulies in the lead role and began airing in 2009. The show has seven seasons and it concluded in 2016.
Pushpa craze inspires Ganapati Pandal
While the audience has been eagerly waiting for Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rule’, the fever of its Pushparaj doesn’t seem to settle down yet. Being a hub of Ganesh Utsav, the state of Maharashtra is celebrating its biggest festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, where everyone is in full swing to enjoy and seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha in a different way and interestingly, many people have chosen to celebrate the festival in a filmy way.
The kind of rage that ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ has created among the masses is on a different level and is constantly rising in anticipation of its second part. The people of Maharashtra are celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi in wholly new and fresh ways. A video of one of the Ganesh Pandals in Khetwadi, Mumbai was seen using a Pushpa theme in a very creative way and went viral. A video was posted by Allu Arjun’s fan page on Twitter.
The organizer has dedicated one pandal to decorate it with a Pushpa theme among the 12 pandals.
Drama thriller ‘Lost’ to be opening film at Chicago SAFF
Yami Gautam’s investigative drama thriller ‘Lost’ has been officially selected as the ‘Opening Night Premiere Film’ at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival.
The Chicago South Asian Film Festival is the largest annual South Asian event that appreciates great storytelling. The film ‘Lost’ is an emotional social thriller representing a higher quest, a search for lost values of empathy and integrity. Inspired by actual events, ‘Lost’ is a story of a bright young woman crime reporter in her relentless search for the truth behind the sudden disappearance of a young theatre activist.
When asked about the film’s selection as the opening night premiere film, the cast expressed their heart-warming feelings and their eagerness for its release.
Yami Gautam Dhar plays the role of a spirited crime reporter.