ZEE5 has always been at the forefront of creating and delivering great content to viewers. Even during the pandemic, this streaming platform continues to present fresh Original content. The OTT player has revealed the November line up.
Khaali Peeli (6th November 2020)
Directed by Maqbool Khan and produced by Ali Abbas Zafar and Himanshu Mehra. Khaali Peeli’, a romantic action film.
The story revolves around Pooja (Ananya Panday – playing to role of a prostitute) and Blackie (Ishaan Khatter – a taxi driver) who were separated by circumstances when they were kids. On turning 18, Pooja escapes the brothel; stealing a bag full of money & bumps into Blackie – a very ‘chalu’ Bombay taxi driver who agrees to ‘drive’ her to freedom for a fat price, of course.
This sets in motion a series of cross-country events with goons on Pooja’s trail; cops on the goons’ trail. The story is all about the chase and escape and through this, how the lead actors discover that they are childhood sweethearts and how far would each go to save others’ lives.
Raat Baki Hai (20th November)
Raat Baki Hai starring Paoli Dam, Rahul Dev, and Anup Soni. The story is about how two estranged lovers end up meeting each other after 12 years under strange circumstances one night. One is on a run for being a murder suspect and as the story unfolds, the unexpected twists and turns will stun the audience
Naxalbari (28th November)
This intriguing 8 episode series is a race against time and is a protagonist’s fightback against a red uprising, Raghav (Rajeev Khandelwal) – a cop, is up against all odds to save the day. An action-packed series that alternates between the dense jungles of Maharashtra and metropolitan cities which increasingly become hotbeds for the Naxal ideology.
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Mum bhai (12th November)
Cast: Angad Bedi, Sikander Kher and Sandeepa Dhar.
Bhaskar Shetty has sworn to wipe the city criminal free. In 1990, Mumbai Police set up the Anti-Terrorism Squad to counter crime syndicates. Between cops and gangsters eyeing the crown of power and politics, an action-packed trailer unfolds. The conflicts that the cop faces to descend the number of crimes is definitely worth a watch. In a bid to rule the town, gangsters operate ruthlessly, and so do the police in order to stop them.
Bichoo Ka Khel (18th November 2020)
This is a contrasting never seen before genre where a writer seeks revenge from the knowledge he has gained in his profession and uses his experience to plot a completely unique puzzle and one will surely be inquisitive on seeing what the next move will be. As a viewer would go deeper the story will intensify.