September 3, 2016 7:14:53 pm
Swara Bhaskar, who was last seen in Ashwini Iyer Tiwari’s directorial venture Nil Battey Sannata, is all set to make her web debut in upcoming web series called It’s Not That Simple. The teaser of the six-episode web series has landed online in three parts and is all set to premiere this month. In the teaser, Swara talks about marriages, extramarital affairs, lust and relationships that might relate to their day-to-day life.
While some people might agree with her views, others may not and for some it might not be as simple as that to understand. The three teasers feature Swara along with television star Vivan Bhatena, Akshay Oberoi and Karanveer Mehra in the lead roles. In the series, Swara will be seen playing the former crush of Vivan Bhatena on screen.
It’s Not That Simple web series is being produced by Viacom 18’s streaming service Voot. The show revolves around the idea of marriage, relationships, a woman’s stand in a marriage, love etc. The series is directed by Danish Aslam, who has previously helmed films like Break Ke Baad (2010), Salaam Namaste (2005), Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic (2008).
When asked about his role in the web series, Vivan Bhatena, who was last seen in Khatron Ke Khiladi season 7 said, “The digital world never fails to shock me. Such interesting, engaging yet relatable stories being told through this medium. Which is why I chose to foray into this medium through a web series. Working with Swara, Akshay and Karan was great fun and I can’t wait for the release of my first web series – It’d Not That Simple. It’s a unique show about mature relationships and I get to play the fun guy who’s living every guy’s fantasy. Girls bikes and a musician. He’s a totally unpredictable character who is footloose and fancy-free but has a serious side to him too.”
Watch the teasers here:
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