The web series “Jubilee,” starring Aditi Rao Hydari and Aparshakti Khurana, will debut on Amazon Prime Video on April 7. The web series is split into two parts, with the first part’s first five episodes premiering on April 7 and the second part’s sixth through tenth episodes premiering on April 14.
The 10-episode fictional drama Jubilee, which is set simultaneously with the growth of both India and cinema, explores the legends and ambitions that gave origin to the Hindi film industry as we know it. Jubilee is a thrilling but beautiful tale that revolves around a variety of individuals and the chances they’re willing to take in order to pursue their aspirations, passions, and loves. It takes place against the backdrop of the height of Indian cinema.
According to a statement from Aparna Purohit, head of India Originals at Amazon Video, “Jubilee is a celebration of the magic of cinema; it is an homage to all the artists and technicians who weave this magic on screen for us. The story follows the trials and tribulations of three young characters as they set out on their journey to become a part of the film industry.”
Aditi said on Instagram in regard to the news of the “Jubilee” show’s release that cinema is the art of telling stories, and these glitzy movie locations have some of the most fascinating tales to convey. “Jubilee,” a film by Vikramaditya Motwane, tells the story of the origins and development of Bollywood.
Wamiqa Gabbi is portrayed as the nautch girl “Niloufer Qureshi” in the new “Jubilee” poster released by Prime Video today. Niloufer is travelling from Lucknow to the city of dreams with the goal of achieving her ambition of being a famous movie star and conquering the globe. But it’s not an easy journey. The 10-episode fictitious drama will reveal her path.
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