Global entertainment studio International Art Machine is venturing into India with an intriguing project of adaptations and originals, marking a significant advancement and push in compelling material for the Indian viewers. According to recent updates from the sources, Preity Zinta, Dibakar Banerjee, Shekhar Kapur, Amish Tripathi, and Suparn S. Varmaa would work together on some brand fresh content.

Shekhar Kapur will collaborate with novelist Amish Tripathi to recreate the Shiva Trilogy, his huge hit series. They’ll begin with Shekhar Kapur’s adaptation of the first novel in the series, ‘The Immortals of Meluha.’ The sources reported that Suparn S. Varma, who directed The Family Man, will act as showrunner as well as he will also direct this venture.

Kapur elaborated on the topic, saying, Amish’s Shiva Trilogy has been a publishing success in India, attracting readers of all ages and social classes. It’s not simply mythology; it’s the pinnacle of modern narrative. This lends itself to a lovely multinational series.

Preity Zinta is working on another amazing project. The Veer Zara actress will be working on a female-driven murder mystery after concentrating completely on cricket. ‘The Kitty Party’ is the title of the venture, which is a cross between a comedy drama and a mystery. She said, she explained “The Kitty Party is a female-driven crime drama that straddles the line between drama and thriller. We can’t say much more right now because it’s too early, but we can’t wait to get started. I’m sure we’ll have just as much fun shooting this as we did planning it.

Apart from these two, Dibakar Banerjee, whose most recent film was the critically praised Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, will launch a political drama titled ‘Gods.’ Dibakar explained that revealing what is hard “Gods are unique in Indian tales”. The Great Indian Family is essential to the story. Generations are important. Playing with power. Politics in the family. I’m finally getting my true desire – a family soap that will turn the genre on its head – and channel some of the best of Indian television from the 80s and 90s.

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