Tabu's OTT Debut Will Be Full Of Suspense And Thriller, The First Look Is Out
Apart from Tabu, the film also stars Ali Fazal, who will soon be seen in 'Mizarpur 3', Ashish Vidyarthi, who has a huge fan following on social media thanks to his food vlogging videos, and Wamika Gabbi, who has worked on Prime Video's anthology series.
Bollywood actress Tabu has been winning the hearts of fans with her acting for many years. Tabu makes fans crazy with her character every time. No matter what character it is. After making a splash in Bollywood, Tabu is now going to step on the OTT platform. Filmmaker-director-writer Vishal Bharadwaj is all set to reunite with Tabu, who plays the lead roles in 'Maqbool' and 'Haider' in the upcoming film 'Khufiya'. The first-look teaser of 'Khufia' was revealed by Netflix on Films Day on Monday. The teaser of the spy drama gives a glimpse at the intense, gripping characters.
Regarding the teaser release, Vishal Bhardwaj said, "Working on films that explore people, characters, conflicts, and relationships is something that I really love. 'Khufia' is a really special project for me. The whole team worked hard to create suspense. Also, with Netflix, we are thrilled to present the film to a global audience."
The film is based on the novel 'Escape to Nowhere' written by Amar Bhushan, former head of RAW's Counter Espionage Unit. It tells the audience about the journey of a RAW operative, Krishna Mehra.
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Expressing her views on 'Intelligence', Tabu said, "As an actress, I have always wanted to be a part of different stories and narratives. For the character I play in Netflix's 'Khufia', Also I have been extremely fortunate to discover a very different story."
Apart from Tabu, the film also stars Ali Fazal, who will soon be seen in 'Mizarpur 3', Ashish Vidyarthi, who has a huge fan following on social media thanks to his food vlogging videos, and Wamika Gabbi, who has worked on Prime Video's anthology series. Collaborated with Vishal on his short story, 'Modern Love Mumbai'.
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