Its debut time for Chitrangda to go Digital!
Going Digital is the new biz to plunge into!
Each and every new content whatever niche it belongs from. From drama to comedy, from thriller to suspense, from adventure to horror all of them have made their note in the digital world. In the community of the young, this digital era has swayed to be there a new mode for entertainment. You even might have binged watched an entire series last Sunday and also planning to complete the rest seasons. Or just planned to start a NEW ONE! Isn’t it?
From Bollywood to TV stars almost all have started diving into this. And on the same note, we have a new person who has planned to step into this in the coming future. This personality is none other than MS. CHITRANGDA SINGH. The actress who was last seen in the role of Saif Ali Khan’s wife from the film, Baazar released in 2018.
The Bollywood diva recently announced that she will be seen in a musical drama web series. Here’s what she said on Wednesday in Mumbai that, “I will be starting to shoot for a web series at the end of the year or the beginning of next year. So, there is a bit of free time at the moment. The series is will be a musical drama. I am excited because I was waiting to do something interesting. It’s been a long time since I have acted in a project”. She also added that the show will be produced under the umbrella of her own production line while her interaction session at the Women Entrepreneur Exhibition of the Ladies’ Wing of the IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The actress got in the shoes of being a producer with her first picture, ‘Soorma’ with Diljit Dosanjh playing the role of the hockey player. She believes being a producer she has always looked out to the kind of content that is interesting and keeps the viewers engaged to it. The shoot for the web series is probably going to start by the end of this year. And we hope that her new venture with this digital leap turns out to be fruitful for her and engaging to watch for us! WE WILL GET SOMETHING NEW TO WATCH, RIGHT?