Khwabon Ke Parindey is all set to premiere on Voot on June 14. Directed by Tapswi Mehta, the series stars Asha Negi, Mrinal Dutt, Manasi Moghe and Tushar Sharma.
Khwabon Ke Parindey is a six-part series starring Asha Negi, Mrinal Dutt, Manasi Moghe and Tushar Sharma.
Khwabon Ke Parindey is a new web series that will soon begin streaming on Voot. Directed by Tapasvi Mehta, the web series stars Asha Negi, Mrinal Dutt, Manasi Moghe and Tushar Sharma. The show will take its viewers through a journey of hope, rediscovering life and friendship.
Khwabon Ke Parindey revolves around three friends – Bindiya, Dixit and Megha, who turn a road trip from Melbourne to Perth into an opportunity to heal wounds, fall in love and combat their worst fears.
Speaking about her role in the series, Asha Negi said, “The kind of roles that I have played in my stint with television have been completely different from the role of Bindiya, hence when I read the script, I knew it would be a challenge for me. But thanks to my director, Tapasvi, the journey has been extremely smooth, and he helped me transition into the character of Bindiya quite seamlessly.”
Mrinal Dutt, who plays Dixit, feels that youth will connect with the show. He said, “Shooting for this show was just the most beautiful experience the actor and the traveller in me could have asked for!It was constant shooting on the go , driving through the spectacular terrains of Australia with a very enthusiastic young crew, which very soon became an actual unit of friends. It’s a beautiful coming of age drama, and I am pretty sure the youth will connect with it.”
Here’s the trailer of Kwabon Ke Parindey:
Speaking about his character, he added, “Playing Dixit was quite challenging for me initially as his personality is completely different from mine and Tapasvi wanted Dixit in a very specific way, so we had to dig. The experience of prepping for my role was great, and I have a lot to thank my director for. We spent a lot of time together and worked on finding Dixit.”
Khwabon Ke Parindey is a six-episode series. It will be available for free on Voot.
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