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After ‘Shakuntala Devi’, Vidya Balan’s ‘Sherni’ gets OTT launch, new poster out

Nearly a 12 months after the streaming of ‘Shakuntala Devi’, one other Vidya Balan starrer movie gets a digital launch. Yes, we’re speaking about ‘Sherni’ by which the actor performs the position of an upright Forest Officer who strives for stability in a world of man-animal battle whereas she additionally seeks her true calling in a hostile setting. The movie is about to stream on Amazon Prime Video from June 2021.

Along with the announcement, the makers additionally unveiled a poster by which Vidya is seen holding a walkie talkie whereas being captured in a viewfinder. ‘Sherni’ is directed by the proficient filmmaker Amit Masurkar and produced by T-Series and Abundantia Entertainment. The movie additionally has a robust ensemble forged comprising versatile artists reminiscent of Sharad Saxena, Mukul Chaddha, Vijay Raaz, Ila Arun, Brijendra Kala and Neeraj Kabi.

In an announcement, Vikram Malhotra, the Producer and CEO of Abundantia Entertainment stated, “After the successful and much-loved collaboration for ‘Shakuntala Devi’ in 2020, I am delighted to partner once again with Amazon Prime Video as we take Abundantia Entertainment’s latest film to the world. ‘Sherni’ is one of the most special and important stories that we’ve worked on and Amit’s evocative take on a highly relevant subject, laced with his trademark satire, will make for a compelling watch. I’m also very excited for the fans of Vidya Balan to see her in the unique avatar of a forest officer. Can’t wait for the ‘First Day First Stream’ of ‘Sherni’.”

While T Series head honcho Bhushan Kumar said, “‘Sherni’ is one of the most unconventional and engaging films I have had a chance to produce and I am thrilled that it’s premiering on Amazon Prime Video as the movie will travel to a global audience. As always, it has been an absolute pleasure to collaborate with Vikram and I look forward to creating more entertaining and exceptional content with Abundantia Entertainment.”

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