Sonakshi Sinha announces wrap on maiden web series: 'Leaving this set with amazing memories, new friends'
Tentatively titled Fallen, the series is directed by Reema Kagti and also stars Vijay Varma, Gulshan Devaiah in pivotal roles.
Actor Sonakshi Sinha on Sunday said she has finished shooting for her upcoming Amazon Prime Video series tentatively titled Fallen and thanked the show's cast and crew, including director Reema Kagti, for the experience.
Sinha resumed shooting for the series, which marks her digital debut, in December 2020 here. The team, also featuring actors Vijay Varma and Gulshan Devaiah, later moved to Rajasthan for their schedule.
Backed by Excel Entertainment and filmmaker Zoya Akhtar and Kagti's production house Tiger Baby, Fallen also has Ruchika Oberoi attached as director.
Taking to Instagram, Sinha penned a long note as her portions for the series came to an end.
The 33-year-old actor, who plays a cop on the show, thanked the makers for giving her the character of Anjali Bhaati.
"As it comes to an end I don't even know where to begin! What a journey Fallen (that's what we're calling it, for now, wait for the actual name) has been. Leaving this set with such amazing memories, new friends, bike riding skills and a heart full of happiness!
The Dabangg 3 actor also posted a series of Instagram Stories, interacting with the crew before her last shot.
"And it's a wrap. It's been a pleasure, Bhaati sahab. Thank you universe," the actor wrote, sharing a picture of her character's nameplate.
The series had gone on floors shortly before the nationwide lockdown was announced in March last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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