Watch — Trailer of Rudra: The Edge of Darkness sees Ajay Devgn as a no-nonsense cop

Directed by Rajesh Mapuskar, Rudra is an official Hindi remake of the hit BBC series Luther, starring Idris Elba.

FP Trending January 29, 2022 15:18:23 IST
Watch — Trailer of Rudra: The Edge of Darkness sees Ajay Devgn as a no-nonsense cop

The trailer for Ajay Devgn’s digital debut series, Rudra: The Edge of Darkness, has been released by Disney+ Hotstar today, 29 January.

The crime drama sees Devgn portray DCP Rudra Veer Singh, a cop on the hunter for a killer. The series is a remake of the British television drama Luther, as per news reports.

Produced by Applause Entertainment in association with BBC Studios India, Rudra: The Edge of Darkness was shot in Mumbai. The show is directed by Rajesh Mapuskar of Ventilator fame.

Watch the trailer here

According to Variety, the six-episode show will see Devgn as a cop and his obsessive tendency to pursue criminals which comes at a personal cost in Rudra’s life. The series will be released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi and Kannada. The release date of the show is yet to be announced by the producers.

Rudra also stars Raashi Khanna, Esha Deol, Atul Kulkarni, Ashish Vidyarthi, Luke Kenny and Ashwini Kalsekar in pivotal roles. The series marks the digital debut of both Deol and Devgn.

The duo have starred together in films such as Yuva, Kaal, Main Aisa Hi Hoon and CashRudra sees Devgn play a character with grey shades, an endeavour he last undertook in Omkara, Vishal Bharadwaj’s adaptation of Othello.

The British TV series Luther featured Idris Elba as the titular detective. The show ran for five seasons and was immensely popular with audiences worldwide.

Devgn was last seen in a guest appearance in Rohit Shetty’s cop drama Sooryavanshi, where he reprised the role of ACP Bajirao Singham. His last releases include Tanhaji and Bhuj.

Updated Date:

also read

Escaype Live review: Potent critique of social media toxicity that is full of bright ideas
Entertainment

Escaype Live review: Potent critique of social media toxicity that is full of bright ideas

Escaype Live isn’t armed with stellar performances or even direction, but is full of fascinating ideas that aren’t scared to embrace the wild side of social media obsessions.

Stories on the Next Page review: Abhishek Bannerjee, Renuka Shahane reflect on closure in Disney+Hotstar anthology
Entertainment

Stories on the Next Page review: Abhishek Bannerjee, Renuka Shahane reflect on closure in Disney+Hotstar anthology

Stories On Next Page adapts into bite-sized, intimate films that are connected not just by the overarching theme of closure but also of long-held secrets

Exclusive | Jeethu Joseph on his upcoming film 12th Man, working with Mohanlal and more
Entertainment

Exclusive | Jeethu Joseph on his upcoming film 12th Man, working with Mohanlal and more

Jeethu Joseph on OTT: 'The future of all film industries, especially Malayalam film industry, is going to be good thanks to OTT. This is just the beginning'