Jubilee, directed by Vikramditya Motwane, has overtones of early Bollywood, particularly given its connection to Devika Rani and Bombay Talkies. The movie is set in 1947 in Bombay, where the newly independent country is enthralled by the movie stars. The proprietor of Roy Talkies is played by Prosenjit Chatterjee; his wife, Aditi Rao Hydari, is engaged in affairs with Madan Kumar (Nandish Sandhu). The enraged studio boss orders Binod, played by Aparshakti Khurana, to return her boyfriend to him. (Jubilee).
After a sequence of circumstances, Binod replaces Madan after the two of them are involved in a car accident. And he goes on to become a well-liked movie star. But, as he has limited control over his life, Binod finally starts to feel the cost of fame. Young musician Nilofer is portrayed by Wamiqa Gabbi in the movie, and Sidhant Gupta portrays promising director Jay Khanna, who aspires to collaborate with the legendary “Madan Kumar.” As Madan & Jay’s champion, Ram Kapoor serves as a member of the cast. (Jubilee).
The huge grandeur of the outstanding period play is evident in its set design and costumes. Amit Trivedi, the series’ composer, can be seen alongside Aparshakti in one among the scenes, therefore it appears that some unique songs have also been written for the show. Although the imaginary world of the budding film industry is presented in great detail, Aparshakti, Wamiqa, and Sidhant’s performances initially appear to be significant.
The dialogue and the screenplay are written by Atul Sabharwal.
The first half of the show, which consists of episodes 1 through 5, debuted on April 7. The second half, which consists of episodes 6 through 10, debuted on Prime Video on April 14. In collaboration with Phantom Studios, Reliance Entertainment, and Andolan Films, Jubilee is developed. The first half of the show, ‘Jubilee’ received a remarkable response for the viewers.