Bulbbul, Anushka Sharma's Paatal Lok follow-up as a producer, to premiere on 24 June on Netflix
Touted as a tale about self-discovery and justice, Bulbbul will be Anushka Sharma's second production venture into digital platforms
After the overwhelming response for her web series Paatal Lok, actor Anushka Sharma on Wednesday shared an intriguing first look of her next venture — Bulbbul.
Bankrolled by the actor's production house, Clean Slate Films, the forthcoming movie will release on Netflix on 24 June.
The 32-year-old star shared a brief clip of the film that has a girl with long hair prancing over trees on Twitter.
"Here's your first look at #Bulbbul, a fantastic tale about selfdiscovery, and justice, wrapped in lore, mystery, and intrigue, coming soon on@NetflixIndia. Can't wait to share more!" the 'Sultan' actor tweeted.
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Here's your first look at #Bulbbul, a fantastic tale about self-discovery, and justice, wrapped in lore, mystery and intrigue, coming soon on @NetflixIndia. Can't wait to share more!@OfficialCSFilms #KarneshSharma #AnvittaDutt @manojmittra #SaurabhMalhotra pic.twitter.com/3dhEbBH1VT
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) June 10, 2020
The Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi actor made her production debut with Amazon Prime Video's Paatal Lok, the thriller show that started streaming on 15 May.
The gripping show has been inspired by the Indian realms of Paatal Lok, Swarga Lok, and Dharti Lok and shows an interplay between them.
The show has received a positive response from many Bollywood stars as well as netizens.
(With inputs from Asian News International)
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