Ranjish Hi Sahi trailer: Mahesh Bhatt’s web series promises a dramatic love story set in 70s Bollywood

The makers on Tuesday dropped the trailer of Voot Select’s impending world wide web sequence titled Ranjish Hi Sahi, starring Tahir Raj Bhasin, Amrita Puri and Amala Paul in the lead roles.

The movie provides away most of the plot of the collection. It is not difficult to make a calculated guess from the promo as to how factors will pan out for a filmmaker who gets to be productive and later goes on to have an extramarital affair with a person of his foremost women.


Designed by Mahesh Bhatt, this exhibit has been helmed by Pushpdeep Bhardwaj.

The official synopsis of Ranjish Hello Sahi reads, “The collection revolves close to a fledgling maverick film director who will get drawn into an additional-marital affair with an eccentric superstar who changes his daily life endlessly his relationship with his very first love spirals as he is torn in amongst two worlds. Established predominantly in 70s Bollywood, the golden period of bellbottoms and some fantastic audio, this story revolves all-around the life of Shankar, Amna, and Anju. The tale explores intricate human associations concerning grownups and the diverse shades that really like can consider. An rigorous drama, it explores temptation, forbidden like, passion, belief, marriage, loyalty, security, obsession, and separation.”

Tahir Raj Bhasin, who performs the guide part of director Shankar in the sequence, mentioned in a assertion, “When I was narrated the script of this special like tale, I was quickly gripped by how layered, Shankar, the character is. What drew me to the section was the challenge of a intimate drama where the protagonist is torn in between the love of the two women in his lifestyle. Shankar blurs the traces concerning a vulnerable intimate and an authoritative rebel. Enjoying him was a complex psychological roller coaster but most of all it was a complete ton of entertaining.”

Ranjish Hello Sahi will begin streaming on Voot Decide on from January 13.