The series will premiere on June 15, 2023.
Last Updated: 08.08 AM, Jun 05, 2023
The first trailer for the new Amazon original series Jee Karda premiered on Prime Video today. Hussain Dalal and Abbas Dalal wrote the series, and Arunima Sharma directed it. Dinesh Vijan's Maddock Films handled the production. Simone Singh and Malhar Thakar play major parts in Jee Karda, which also stars Tamannaah Bhatia, Aashim Gulati, Suhail Nayyar, Anya Singh, Hussain Dalal, Sayan Banerjee, and Samvedna Suwalka as seven childhood pals. Starting on June 15, Prime members will be able to watch the series online.
The series' teaser takes us on an emotional roller coaster through the lives of seven childhood pals who are all very different from one another. They discover that even the best friendships and relationships are not perfect as they go through life together, fall in love, make mistakes, and have their hearts broken. Longtime lover Lavanya (Tamannaah Bhatia) accepts a proposal from Rishab (Suhail Nayyar). There are complexities and interesting twists in relationships as their schoolmates engage in the wedding festivities.
In a statement, Tamannaah remarked that she had an amazing experience working on Jee Karda; for her, this series was the closest she has ever played a character that corresponded with herself. As a native Mumbai girl who grew up in this cosmopolitan metropolis, she can say without a doubt that the friendships she forged in high school will never be matched. The actor has a deep connection to the characters and story since they reflect the dynamics and experiences of her home city.
Jee Karda's special appeal in the internet arena is one of its greatest qualities, as producer Dinesh Vijan has observed. Prime Video has produced a lot of great series, but Jee Karda is unique because it caters to an age group that is rarely studied online: young adults. This series has a similar vibe to Cocktail, the movie that made a star out of Maddock. Today's youth will never forget this uplifting, original tale.
Jee Karda examines the difficulties and complexities of navigating romance, friendships, and adulthood, said writer and director Arunima Sharma. In her opinion, people will be able to relate to it. They set out to make a drama that showed the complicated reality of maturity rather than some idealised version of it. She thinks people will be able to relate to the stories and experiences of the characters and take comfort in the knowledge that they are not alone in their emotions. Bringing this series to Prime Video and Maddock Films is a dream come true for her. The filmmaker thinks their show will be a great fit for Prime Video, which is well-known for offering thought-provoking and entertaining storytelling.