"Namit Das starts shooting for Aafat-E-Ishq".

By editorenglish BalkaniSep 9, 2020, 11:52 IST
"Namit Das starts shooting for Aafat-E-Ishq".

Entertainment Industry is back to its original: 'Lights, Camera, Action!' as the shoots have resumed post a big hiatus. Makers are taking full precautions by adhering to the guidelines issued to resume the shoots. Actor Namit Das is elated to be back on sets as he shares his on-location picture of his upcoming film 'Aafat-E-Ishq' which will be premiered on ZEE5.

Sharing the picture from the sets, he wrote, "After a long time the feeling of something familiar called 'work'. To new beginnings & stories that we become part of. #AAFATeISHQ for @zee5 .Produced by @zeestudiosofficial. Directed by @inattoji With a colorful ensemble! More Details coming soon!"

'Aafat-e-Ishq' is the Indian adaptation of the multi-awarded Hungarian Film 'Liza, the Fox Fairy'.The film is directed by Indrajit Nattoji and produced by Zee Studios. It features Neha Sharma in the lead role with Ila Arun, Namit Das, Gautam Rode, and Parvessh Rana in supporting roles.
The official synopsis of the film goes; "It is the story of a woman's quest for true love, who finds herself as a prime suspect following a series of multiple deaths, while an ancient curse looms large, threatening to destroy everything and everyone around her." The film is a dark rumor with a supernatural aspect added to it.  The film will soon make its premiere on ZEE5.
Meanwhile, Namit will next be seen in the series 'A Suitable Boy' which will soon stream on Netflix. Based on Vikram Seth's novel by the same name, 'A Suitable Boy' has been adapted by the highly acclaimed Andrew Davies who has penned it into a six-part series. Oscar and BAFTA-nominated director Mira Nair has helmed the project which showcases the fortune of four families in North India in the post-partition turbulent background in the year 1951. The show features Ishaan Khatter, Tabu, and Tanya Maniktala in lead roles with Rasika Dugal, Ram Kapoor, Vivaan Shah, and Vinay Pathak in supporting roles.

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