Actress Meera Chopra, who will next be seen in a web series titled ‘Kamathipura’, has said that she loved playing the role of a police officer in her forthcoming crime-thriller show. She added saying that the adrenaline rush that one gets by doing something dark and twisted is unparalleled and that’s the reason she is excited to know the audience reaction after the show’s release.
Set in and around Mumbai’s infamous red-light area, the trailer of ‘Kamathipura’ was recently launched. Presenting a sneak peek into a cop’s pursuit to unearth the mystery around a serial killer who kills women, the series revolves around the challenges faced by a lady officer in solving the cases. In her quest to find the killer, the story unveils how each murder haunts the officer in her own life.
It stars Meera Chopra in a strong role of a daunting and relentless police officer and Tanuj Virwani as the dreaded antagonist,
Sharing her experience working in ‘Kamathipura’, Meera said, “I loved playing the role of inspector Anjali Dangle in the show. I feel the adrenaline rush that one gets by doing something dark and twisted is unparalleled. I am extremely excited for this one and I am looking forward to know the audience reaction after its release.”
Meera Chopra has earlier featured in several Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. She has also done Hindi films like ‘Gang of Ghosts’, ‘1920 London’ and ‘Section 375’.
Talking about the web series, Tanuj said, “I was very excited when Shravan (Shravankumar Tiwari) Sir came to me with this script because I have never been offered to play an antagonist before. I feel we have made a really good show with a fantastic team. I hope that the audience will appreciate the show and my performance in it because I have tried to do something different from my previous projects.”
Produced by Raju Raisinghani under the banner of Vision Movie Makers and directed by Shravankumar Tiwari, ‘Kamathipura’ will be available on Disney+ Hotstar to all subscribers and non-subscribers for free, starting from 12th February 2021.