Netflix is coming up with series of Hindi content on its platform. A new web series has been announced amid the Coronavirus lockdown. Netflix has released the trailer of its new web series ‘Hasmukh’. ‘Go Goa Gone’ fame Vir Das is making a comeback through this series. Actor Ranvir Shorey is also playing an essential role along with Vir Das. Hasmukh will be stream from 17 April. However, after seeing the trailer, the series reminds me of the very famous and Oscar-winning Hollywood movie Joker this year. The main character of this film also performs dark comedy. But he thinks of becoming a renowned standup comedian. After suffering from constant scorn, he finally gets a big success, and after coming to Mumbai, he becomes a star comedian. Also Read - Disney+ Hotstar vs. Prime Video vs. Netflix: Which is the Best Platform to watch Online
The trailer shows a comedian performing comedy in his village. Videos of this comedian named Hasmukh goes viral. Hasmukh gets an offer from Mumbai and is offered Rs 15 lakh for a show. However, the problem with Hasmukh is that his comedy connects to the murder. He is a serial killer. Without killing, he is not able to do great comedy on stage. Now he is doing the same in Mumbai, and one of his friends is supporting him in this heinous crime. Also Read - Netflix New Shows to watch in April 2020
Hasmukh Cast and Story Line:
Talking about the star cast, the character of Hasmukh is being played by Vir Das. At the same time, Ranvir Shorey is playing the role of a crime partner and friend of Hasmukh. Apart from these two, actors like Manoj Paava, Ravi Kishan, Raza Murad, Amrita Bagchi, and Sushil Nayyar are also playing an important role in this series. Hasmukh produces by Nikhil Advani. Even before doing Hasmukh, Vir Das has been frequently seen on Netflix. His standup comedy shows streams on Netflix. However, he has not appeared in Hindi films since the 2017 film ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’. According to a report, he is returning once again in the sequel of ‘Go Goa Gone.’ Also Read - Netflix is Boosting the market for Unscripted TV series like The Tiger King and Love is Blind
Earlier, actor-comedian Vir Das’s third standup comedy show “Vir Das: For India” aired on Netflix on 26 January. The comedian previously worked with Netflix in “A Broad Understanding” in 2017 and “Losing It” in 2018. Vir Das’s recent comedy show was based entirely on India.
- 06Apr 2020
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