First Look OUT: Ms Dhoni Treats Fans With The Teaser Of His Debut Mythological Sci-Fi Series 'Atharva: The Origin' -WATCH

On Wednesday, MS Dhoni shared the teaser of his upcoming sci-fi series 'Atharva: The Origin'

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First Look OUT: Ms Dhoni Treats Fans With The Teaser Of His Debut Mythological Sci-Fi Series 'Atharva: The Origin' -WATCH
Former Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni on Wednesday treated fans to the first look of his graphic novel titled Atharva: The Origin. It is based on a writer Ramesh Thamilmani's work. Touted to be a mythological sci-fi web-series, 'Atharva: The Origin' is backed by Dhoni Entertainment.

The first look has left his fans impressed. In the first look clip shared by him, we see Dhoni in an animated avatar on a battlefield fighting against a demons.

Sharing the first look, he wrote in the caption, "Happy to announce my new Avatar... Atharva." ALSO READ:MS Dhoni Trends On Twitter As Commentator Quotes His Lines During ENG vs NZ, T20 World Cup 2021

Talking about his upcoming web series, MS Dhoni was quoted as saying by The Hindu, "I am thrilled to be associated with this project and it is indeed an exciting venture. Atharva - The Origin is a captivating graphic novel with an engaging story and immersive artworks. Author Ramesh Thamilmani's attempt to launch India's first mythological superhero with a contemporary twist will leave every reader wanting for more."

Dhoni's wife Sakshi Singh Dhoni, who is the managing director of Dhoni Entertainment called it a 'thrilling series'. Sakshi Dhoni was quoted as saying by Indian Express, "This book is a mythological sci-fi which explores the journey of a mysterious Aghori who has been captured at a high-tech facility. The secrets revealed by this Aghori could alter the myths of the ancient, beliefs of the existing and course of the forthcoming."

"We would like to ensure that we execute all the aspects of this universe and bring out every character and story to the screen, with as much precision as possible. Web-series fit our purpose better than adapting it into a feature film," she added.





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