Amazon Prime Video Announces New Original Series for India - Four More Shots Please!
Amazon Prime Video Friday declared their up and coming Original series titled "Four More Shots Please!" The series spins around the lives of four youthful urban Indian ladies. In the principal season, this 10-section parody, show and sentiment series is tied down in the constant companionship between the four ladies and rotates around their connections, work-life clashes, aspirations and tensions as they manage being ladies in the India of 2018.
Made in a joint effort with Rangita Pritish Nandy and created by Pritish Nandy Communications, the show is coordinated by Anu Menon. Vijay Subramaniam, Director and Head, Content, Amazon Prime Video, India said in an announcement, "'Four More Shots Please!' mirrors the voices of the age of Indian ladies who are free at the top of the priority list, body and thought. It's a story that hasn't been told yet in India and we're happy to have the ideal accomplices in Pritish Nandy Communications conveying this series to realization. Rangita Pritish Nandy's vision and Anu Menon's bearing has really changed the story into an unquestionable requirement watch series that is extremely engaging and relatable to every one of our clients."
The series, which is helmed by an overwhelmingly ladies cast and group, stars Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Bani J and Maanvi Gagroo in the number one spot jobs. Prateik Babbar, Neil Bhooplalam, Lisa Ray, Milind Soman, Amrita Puri and Sapna Pabbi are likewise part of the troupe cast. Devika Bhagat has written the series with exchanges by Ishita Moitra.
"It's a clever, energizing, mysterious show loaded with mind, cleverness and knowledge into an age that declines to underestimate itself. Rangita, maker of the show and Anu, chief for the main season, take you on a thrill ride through the lives, adores and aspirations of these four ladies who take the street less gone by... What's more, indeed, there are some incredible folks too on the show. They will blow your mind for they are the present new age men. So no, it's not only a show about ladies. It's about us and our magnificent occasions. It's about liberation from the past," Pritish said.