The Gone Game: Shriya Pilgaonkar Amazes Fans In This Shot At Home Murder Mystery Web Series

Shriya Pilgaonkar amazed her fans with her shot at home Murder mystery web series ‘The Gone Game’.

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The Gone Game: Shriya Pilgaonkar Amazes Fans In This Shot At Home Murder Mystery Web Series
Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar has proven herself as one of the most talented actors of the Indian film industry. She has appeared in many Marathi and Hindi films, plays, and web series. Her acting career took a great appraisal after her web series “Mirzapur”. After that, she was also part of the British Historical drama series Beecham House, where she played the role of a character named Chanchal.

And after this Shriya is back to amaze her fans with this new web series called “The Gone Game”. Shriya had been sharing the trailer and short videos related to this series from the past two weeks. She posted a video that gives a glimpse of her character from the series. She also added the question “A cold-blooded mastermind or just misunderstood?” in her caption.


This web series is based on the current pandemic situation. It revolves around Sahil Gujral, who has gone missing and his wife Suhani Gujral tells his family that Sahil died because of Coronavirus infection. But there’s the twist in the story when Sahil’s sister didn’t find a patient by her brother’s name in the list of patients from hospital. This is when things get suspicious. Sahil’s family raise suspicions towards Suhani and Sahil’s death becomes a controversy whether it was a death due to disease or a planned murder?

This series was released on the 20th of August and Shriya has played the lead role of Suhani Gujral. From all her posts and reviews from her fans, it is clear that she has done an outstanding job. Her fans have appreciated her acting and have liked the series so much.

Image source: Instagram/shriya.pilgaonkar
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