Mrs Serial Killer: Shirish Kunder introduces first look of Jacqueline Fernandez, Manoj Bajpayee from upcoming Netflix thriller

Jacqueline Fernandez and Manoj Bajpayee took to Instagram to announce the premiere of their film, Mrs Serial Killer.

Press Trust of India April 15, 2020 12:18:43 IST
Mrs Serial Killer: Shirish Kunder introduces first look of Jacqueline Fernandez, Manoj Bajpayee from upcoming Netflix thriller

Mrs Serial Killer, featuring Jacqueline Fernandez, is set to debut on Netflix on 1 May, the streamer announced on Wednesday.

The thriller, which stars Fernandez in the titular role, is directed by Shirish Kunder and produced by his filmmaker-wife Farah Khan.

Check out the first looks

Fernandez made an announcement on her official Instagram handle

The one-line synopsis of the movie reads: "When her husband is framed and imprisoned for serial murders, a doting wife must perform a murder exactly like the serial killer, to prove her husband innocent."

Bajpayee and Kunder earlier collaborated on 2016 short film, psychological thriller Kriti.

Mrs Serial Killer also stars Uri: The Surgical Strike actor Mohit Raina.

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