Call My Agent: Bollywood will drop on Netflix on 29th October.
The much-awaited trailer of Netflix series Call My Agent: Bollywood’s was released on October 8. Directed by Shaad Ali, whose earlier ventures include Kill/Dill, OK Jaanu and Soorma, Call My Agent: Bollywood stars Rajat Kapoor, Ahana Kumra, Soni Razdan and Ayush Mehra as talent agents.
These agents have “superstars and their super egos” to deal with. The who’s who of Bollywood will make cameo appearances in the show. In the trailer, several Bollywood actors such as Lara Dutta, Farah Khan, Dia Mirza, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, and Jackie Shroff, make an appearance.
Ahead of its theatrical release, here's all you need to know about Call My Agent: Bollywood.
What's Call My Agent: Bollywood about?
Call My Agent: Bollywood is about a Bollywood talent management company which is on the verge of collapse after the death of its founder. Stars leave the company because of its dwindling reputation. But four street-smart agents, like good Samaritans, stand in good stead of their organisation. Ironically, their efforts to rescue the sinking ship plunges it further into deeper problems.
Who will star in Call My Agent: Bollywood?
Ahana Kumra and Ayush Mehra will feature as young employees whereas screen veterans Soni Razdan and Rajat Kapoor will play senior officials of the company. Ali Fazal, Jackie Shroff, Lara Dutta, Farah Khan, Dia Mirza and Richa Chadha will make cameo appearances as reel actors and actresses.
Very few people outside the showbiz know about the “star-makers” and the workings of celebrity agents. Officially an adaptation of French vaudeville Dix Pour Cent, Call My Agent: Bollywood will lift that veil of mystery surrounding talent management agencies. However, the main attraction is definitely the ‘celeb battles’, a glimpse of which in the trailer has left viewers in splits. This is certainly a show that every Bollywood fan will look forward to.
Where and when to watch Call My Agent: Bollywood on OTT Platforms?
The French original, Dix Pour Cent, was released on Netflix. The Indian adaptation, produced by Applause Entertainment in association with Banijay Asia, will also premiere exclusively on Netflix on October 29.