Indian Actress, Nimrat Kaur Joins the Cast of Homeland Season 4

Homeland Season 4 Is All Set To Make Its Debut Exclusively On Star World Premiere HD in India On 6th October 2014.

Published: 02nd August 2014 11:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd August 2014 11:18 AM   |  A+A-

Indian film and stage actress, Nimrat Kaur is set to feature on the fourth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama series HOMELAND for several episodes.  In HOMELAND season 4 Nimrat Kaur will be seen portraying the character of a high-level operative within Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence.

image002.jpgNimrat Kaur is known for her roles in successful movies like Peddlers and The Lunchbox. Currently, Seasons 3 of HOMELAND is airing on FOX CRIME in the 10 PM slot. The Upcoming Season 4 of the hit political thriller will come to Indian viewers, exclusively on Star World Premiere HD, along with its broadcast in America. The series’ fourth season began production last month in Cape Town, South Africa and is all set to debut with an all new season on 6th October 2014 on Star World Premiere HD.

Two latest cast additions alongside Nimrat Kaur to be seen on the Emmy Award-winning drama series, Homeland season 4 are Mad Men star Mark Moses who will be seen in the series on various occasions and Art Malik of the True Lies fame will appear in at least one episode. Also seen joining the fourth season are acclaimed actors Laila Robins (Bored To Death, In Treatment) and Corey Stoll and Indian Actor  of the ‘Life of Pi’ fame- Suraj Sharma.


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