Actor Manoj Bajpayee and Filmmaker Neeraj Pandey team up for Discovery+ history show Secrets of Sinauli
Manoj Bajpayee and Neeraj Panday will be working together on a special project with Discovery original history show titled Secrets of Sinauli. The duo will working for 5th time.
Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee and Indian filmmaker Neeraj Pandey have teamed up for the 5th time. They both will be seen working together on a special project with Discovery original history show titled Secrets of Sinauli, the motion posters of which were released on Thursday.
Unearth the secrets that the excavations at Sinauli (UP) will reveal. Premiering on 9th Feb, ‘Secrets of Sinauli:
Discovery of the Century’ with @neerajpofficial and @bajpayeemanoj, only on the #DiscoveryPlusApp#SecretsOfSinauli #DiscoveryPlusOriginals #IndiaKeLiye https://t.co/XB3R3VXgkC
— discovery+ India (@discoveryplusIN) February 4, 2021
The discovery show will mainly focus on the role of Western countries in bringing changes to the Indian history. Pandey wrote on his micro blogging site, “Ek alag prayaas, ek nayi disha me… Apne itihass se ek saakshatkar. [A different attempt in a new direction… An interview from our history].” Introducing his AD-turned-director in the caption, he wrote, “Presenting the debut of @raghavjairath. My AD turns director with this fascinating story of the Sinauli dig that demands us to revisit our ancient history. Seeking your love and blessings.”
Further, Secrets of Sinauli will dig into the ancient histories of India. Their main aim is to uplift the forgotten stories of great places and personalities of that time. Secrets of Sinauli that will premiere on February 9, will unite Pandey and Bajpayee for the fifth time after working together in Special 26, Naam Shabana, Saat Uchakkey and Aiyaary.
Manoj Bajpayee too tweeted on his twitter about the upcoming show. He wrote “Secrets about Indian History revealed after 4000 years, in one of the biggest discoveries of the 21st Century. Unravel these secrets with @discoveryplusin releasing on 9th February.”