Alankrita Shrivastava directed Netflix series Bombay Begums explores the goals and wishes of 5 ladies from totally different strata of society as they battle for survival in the Maximum City. The makers on Monday dropped its trailer, which is intriguing and thrilling. Starring Pooja Bhatt, Shahana Goswami, Amruta Subhash, Plabita Borthakur and Aadhya Anand, Bombay Begums premieres on Netflix on March 8.
Going by the trailer, the series revolves centrally round Pooja Bhatt’s character Rani, and how her life will get intertwined with the opposite 4 ladies – Lily, Fatima, Shai and Ayesha.
While Rani and Shai are making an attempt to crack the step-mom-daughter relationship, Lily comes in the way in which after Rani hits her son in a street accident. Lily, a bar dancer, now asks Rani not simply for cash but in addition respect in society. In the midst of all this, Rani’s colleague, Fatima is struggling to seek out a steadiness between her work and profession, whereas her husband (performed by Vivek Gomber) goals of getting a little one. Ayesha, who works at Rani’s workplace, can also be making an attempt to make her manner by the skilled ladder, even when it means compromising along with her beliefs.
The trailer of Bombay Begums depicts how the 5 ladies shatter societal norms and patriarchy, as they got down to win in their careers, love life and relationships.
Written and directed by Alankrita Shrivastava, Bombay Begums additionally stars Danish Husain, Rahul Bose, Imaad Shah and Nauheed Cyrusi.
Talking in regards to the series, Alankrita Shrivastava earlier mentioned in a assertion, “Bombay Begums is a story about Indian women that I hope women in India, and across the world will connect with. The series explores the complex journey of working Indian women who are ambitious for power and success, but have many other battles to fight too. It’s the story of their daily hustle, the story of their dreams – sometimes buried, sometimes fulfilled.”
She added, “It’s the story of glass ceilings shattered, and also of the hearts broken in the process. I have tried to create a world that reflects the realities of urban working women. I hope audiences relate to the characters and find pieces of their own journey reflected in the story. I am excited and proud that Bombay Begums is coming on Netflix on the occasion of International Women’s Day.”