Duranga teaser: Gulshan Devaiah sells the perfect lie in a new suspense thriller | Web series

Gulshan Devaiah portrays two different sides of one character in his upcoming web series, Duranga. It also stars Drashti Dhami and will be released on ZEE5 next month.

Gulshan Devaiah is back with a new suspense thriller, Duranga. The web series also stars Drashti Dhami. ZEE5 released the teaser for the suspense thriller on Thursday and it showed off the two contrasting sides of Gulshan’s character. The actor plays a perfect man, husband and father on one side and a murderer on the other. Read also : Gulshan Devaiah defends ‘child stars’ amid nepotism debate after The Archies teaser



The show opens with Gulshan’s Sammit Patel playing a successful chef, doting father and loving husband in the first half. The second half shows him as Abhishek, a wanted criminal who goes out to kill people. Drashti, who is an investigator, tries to identify the murderer.



The show’s synopsis reads, “Duranga tells the love story of Sammit (Gulshan Devaiah) and Ira (Drashti Dhami), which takes place in three different timelines. Hiding a twisted past, Sammit maintains a facade perfect man, father, husband or perfect simulacrum?

Duranga is an official adaptation of the Korean series Flower of Evil. Directed by Goldie Behl and Shradha Singh, the show will premiere on ZEE5 in August. It is produced by Rose Audio Visuals.

Gulshan was last seen as a gay man in Badhaai Do. He was cast alongside Rajkummar Rao in the film which revolved around same-sex relationships. He will next be seen alongside Taapsee Pannu in Blurr. It is a horror thriller and the official Hindi remake of the Spanish film Julia’s Eyes.



Drashti was the last in the web series, The Empire. She started as a TV actress with her last leading role in the TV show, Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka.

Recently, Gulshan spoke about the nepotism debate in Bollywood and said that it is not a crime because cinema is a private business. He wrote on Twitter, “Opinion: The nepotism debate exploits the angst and disdain many have inside and outside the Hindi entertainment industry to serve the interests of the few who “use to settle personal scores. This business is difficult and very unfair, but nepotism is not its biggest problem.”



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