Vidya Balan's Sherni to premiere on Amazon Prime Video in June; see first look
Sherni will see Vidya Balan in the role of a Forest Officer who strives for balance in a world of man-animal conflict
Newton director Amit Masukar’s Sherni, starring Vidya Balan, will be premiered on Amazon Prime Video in June, according to a press statement from the streaming platform on Monday.
The film sees Balan in the role of an upright Forest Officer who strives for balance in a world of man-animal conflict while she also seeks her true calling in a hostile environment.
Produced by T-Series & Abundantia Entertainment, Sherni also stars Sharad Saxena, Mukul Chaddha, Vijay Raaz, Ila Arun, Brijendra Kala and Neeraj Kabi.
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“Sherni is one of the most special and important stories that we’ve worked on and Amit’s evocative take on a highly relevant subject, laced with his trademark satire, will make for a compelling watch,” Abundantia Entertainment founder Vikram Malhotra said in the press release.
T-Series head Bhushan Kumar added, “Sherni is one of the most unconventional and engaging films I have had a chance to produce and I am thrilled that it’s premiering on Amazon Prime Video as the movie will travel to a global audience. As always, it has been an absolute pleasure to collaborate with Vikram and I look forward to creating more entertaining and exceptional content with Abundantia Entertainment”.
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