In the forests of Maharashtra, about a hundred and fifty km away from Mumbai, there was a lot of good luck on Monday night. The occasion was to release the trailer of Netflix’s series ‘Aranyak’ to be released next month. Although the heroine of the series is Raveena Tandon, who is going to make her digital debut with this series, the main attraction of the evening was actor Ashutosh Rana, who won the hearts of people with her wit. Another highlight of the evening was a 3D rendition of Fear in the Jungle which garnered applause from the people present here in Shilim ahead of the trailer launch. Taking a jibe at the lack of lighting in the seating area of the journalists during the trailer launch, Ashutosh said, “It is good that the face of the questioner is not visible, otherwise the intention of the question is often decided by the appearance of the person asking.”
Netflix Series Director Tanya Bami at the trailer launch of the web series ‘Aranyak’ says, ‘Netflix’s endeavour is to bring all those stories to the people, which have the power to bring together the best creative people of the country along with mass entertainment. . From next month to several months to come, Netflix is bringing many such stories for its Indian audience, in which people will see their belonging and whose stories will also have a direct relationship with them. Netflix has planned the release of many web series after ‘Aranyak’, in which ‘Yeh Kali Kali Aankhen’ and ‘Decapled’ are considered very special.
Raveena Tandon said on the occasion that her digital debut with ‘Aranyak’ is a completion of one cycle in her acting journey. She says, ’30 years ago I made my big-screen debut with Sippy Films with ‘Pathar Ke Phool’ and now she is going to make her digital debut with this production house. Raveena says her character in the web series ‘Aranyak’ is a new chapter in women’s empowerment and it resonates with the power of many Indian women who want to do something good in their careers along with taking care of their families.