BBC Studios India and India’s Applause Entertainment are continuing their partnership with the Indian adaptation of British crime drama "Guilt."
The as-yet-untitled drama will be directed by Shaad Ali (“Bunty Aur Babli”), whose adaptation of hit French series “Call My Agent,” also for Applause, is in the works. The six-part “Guilt” adaptation, in the Hindi language, will be headlined by Jaideep Ahlawat (Amazon’s “Paatal Lok”) and Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub (Amazon’s “Tandav”). They will play brothers whose lives spin out of control when a tragic accident occurs.
The cast also includes Tina Desai (“Sense8”), Shruti Seth (“Mentalhood”), Maya Alagh (“Adaalat”), Mugdha Godse (“Fashion”) and Satish Kaushik (“Kaagaz”).
The “Guilt” adaptation continues what has been a successful partnership between Applause and BBC Studios, with past collaborations including Indian versions of “The Office” and “Criminal Justice,” with “Luther” adaptation “Rudra – The Edge of Darkness,” starring Ajay Devgn, currently in production.
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