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Bicchoo Ka Khel trailer: Divyenndu Sharmaa fails to get rid of Mirzapur’s Munna



Written by Arushi Jain New Delhi |

Updated: October 28, 2020 9:20:39 PM


Trailer Bicchoo Ka KhelDivyendu Sharmaa in an image from the trailer of Bicchoo Ka Khel.

The trailer for AltBalaji and the next ZEE5 web series, Bicchoo Ka Khel, has been released. The crime thriller appears to be another addition to the growing list of Indian programs on the web that explore the themes of crime, revenge and politics. It stars Mirzapur, Divyenndu Sharmaa, in the lead role, along with Anshul Chauhan, Zeishan Quadri, Mukul Chadda, Rajesh Sharma, Satyajit Sharma and Gagan Anand.

In the trailer, we find the character of Divyenndu Akhil Shrivastav, a fan of pulp fiction novels. He is being questioned by the police in connection with a murder case. We soon learn that he wants to avenge his father’s death in police custody. The story is played in flashback, while Akhil narrates what led him to commit the crime.

Located in Banaras, Uttar Pradesh, Bicchoo Ka Khel has action sequences, bloodshed and many bad words. Sometimes it is difficult not to see Munna Tripathi by Mirzapur in Akhil Shrivastav, both played by Divyenndu Sharmaa. At the end of the trailer, Akhil’s character says that he will not escape the system, but the system will save him. But how? It will be known on November 18, when Bicchoo Ka Khel will start broadcasting on AltBalaji and ZEE5.

Divyenndu, who was critically acclaimed for his web series Mirzapur, is looking forward to the public’s response to Bicchoo Ka Khel.

“I am very excited about the series, as I was able to play a character I had been looking for a long time. My character Akhil is a smart young man who is a fan of pulp fiction. The trailer is accelerated and ended up being very well done. The story and characters are well written, which is reflected in our performance on the screen. I am really looking forward to the response from viewers and fans who have always loved the characters I portrayed, ”said the actor in a statement.

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