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After Tubelight, Kabir Khan to direct a web-series set

Kabir Khan will take a break from feature films as the director is keen to direct a web-series set against the backdrop of World War 2.

Published: 29th March 2017 10:19 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th March 2017 06:46 AM   |  A+A-

Bollywood filmmaker Kabir Khan. |IANS

By BNS

After Tubelight, Kabir Khan will take a break from feature films as the director is keen to direct a web-series set against the backdrop of World War 2.

Khan has already locked the basic premise for the web-series and will work on the screenplay post the release of Tubelight.

Reportedly, the web-series will be made on a humongous budget which would be much higher than the feature films he has directed till date. It would be a 9 to 10 episode series with major portion of the film shot abroad.

The web-series will touch upon several stories which would also include the contribution of women in Indian Army during the World War 2 era. Apart from the scale, Khan also plans to role in several international actors and technicians.

The director is also in talks with several digital platforms to lock a multi-crore deal and the details will be revealed post the release of Tubelight.

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