As the human race is going digital now, Shah Rukh Khan too joined the gang. SRK and Netflix India have collaborated for something exciting and thrilling and yes, the fans (including us) can't contain our anticipation to see what's in- store. While followers are eagerly waiting for the trailer of web series Bard of Blood, SRK gets stuck in an interrogation room. Some time back, Netflix shared another small clip where SRK who was offered to be an interrogator, accepted the offer and ended up in an interrogation room.
In the video, SRK is seen talking to an unseen person who seems to be his 'sir' apparently. Khan is seen taking instructions and ensuring that everything is going planned until he meets a stranger who is masked, stating that trailer abhi baaki hai. Well, going by this video, it seems that we might be a few days away from the trailer. Sharing the video on their social media page, Netflix India captioned it, "@iamsrk thought cameras would make him feel more comfortable so we added some CCTV cameras." Shah Rukh's production house captioned it as, "What is @iamsrk doing in an interrogation room? Keep guessing ‘cuz trailer abhi baaki hai..." Watch the video below:
Talking about the show, Bard of Blood is a 7 episode web series set to premiere on Netflix on September 27. It is based on the bestselling book by Bilal Siddiqi with the same name. In a nutshell, it’s a story of a spy Kabir Anand who is called to save the country and his long-lost love post his expelling from the duty. Emraan Hashmi portrays the role of Kabir Anand in the series.
Besides this news, Shah Rukh Khan is also in talks to produce the Bollywood remake and will probably star in the Spanish series titled Money Heist which has grabbed readers’ attention. The actor is apparently turning it into a feature-length film.
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