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    ‘The Big Day’ And Other Web Series Trailers Released This Week: Watch

    Last Updated: 3rd April, 2021 19:40 IST ‘The Big Day’ trailer for its second season has arrived this week. Many other popular shows have also got its trailer this week. Check them out and know more.

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    The Big Day: Collection 2 and Star Wars: The Bad Batch

    Web series have become a go-to option to binge for many. There are several OTT platforms providing new content to the viewers. This week many trailers made their way online and excited fans about the shows. From documentary to animation, take a look at some of the catchiest web series trailers released this week.Top web series trailer release from March 28 to April 3, 2021 The Big Day: Collection 2 Trailer

    Netflix India has shared the trailer of the upcoming season of The Big Day. It has three more extravagant Indian weddings. The series is said to have a dash of crazy and an overdose of love. It shows the insider’s journey and a glimpse of what goes behind crafting every happily ever after. The upcoming part is expected to have three episodes. The Big Day: Collection 2 will arrive on Netflix on April 7, 2021.Rick and Morty season five trailer

    Everyone’s favorite Grandfather and grandson duo aka Rick and Morty are returning with its fifth season. Adult Swim dropped Rick and Morty season five trailer with its premiere date of June 20, 2021. The video hints that the whole Smith family will go on many missions together. The animated science fiction sitcom focuses on the misadventures of cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith.The Handmaid’s Tale season four trailer

    The dystopian tragedy series The Handmaid’s Tale is coming up with its fourth season. The show will have Elizabeth Moss as June Osborne fighting for freedom against Gilead. The risks she takes this time bring unexpected and dangerous new challenges. June’s desire for justice and revenge threaten to consume her and destroy her most precious relationships. The Emmy-winning series will arrive on April 28, 2021, on Amazon Prime Video in India.Shadow and Bone trailer

    The upcoming fantasy series Shadow and Bone got a brand-new trailer by Netflix. Created by Eric Heisserer, it is based on the novel of the same name and on Six of Crows, both by Leigh Bardugo. The series will show dark forces conspiring against orphan mapmaker Alina Starkov when she unleashes an extraordinary power that could change the fate of her war-torn world. The series premiers on April 23, 2021.Star Wars: The Bad Batch trailer

    A new animated Star Wars series is coming to Disney+ Hotstar. The Bad Batch follows the elite ad experimental clones of the Bad Batch as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars. Every member of the match has a special skill that makes them an extraordinary soldier. The series will debut on Star Wars Day, May 4, 2021, followed by new episodes every Friday starting from May 7, 2021.Promo Image Source: Netflix and Star Wars YouTube

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    Web series are next for Mimoh

    Mimoh was recently seen in the movie Main Mulayam Singh Yadav in which he essayed the character of Shivpal Yadav, Mulayam ji’s brother. The actor will be soon be seen on OTT platforms. He says, “I am currently working on two projects. The first one is called Rosh. It is not released yet. It’s a thriller and revolves around four characters. It’s a story about one fateful night where these characters meet. I’m playing a computer analyst.”

    Talking about his second project, Mimoh adds, “The other major one is Jogira Sa Ra Ra with Nawazuddin Siddiqui. He is one hell of a performer and the script is fantastic. We have an ensemble cast with Sanjay Mishra ji and Neha Sharma.”

    The Great Chasm: 5 Differences Between Web Series In 2020 and 2021

    MUMBAI—A quarter of the new year is almost past, and the scenario about web series in 2020 versus this year cannot be more startling and even disturbing. What became our entertainment source last year (unceasing web series across all genres, though chiefly crime) has now become a sporadically qualitative ball-game for viewers.

    Here are five differences between 2020 and 2021:

    1) Last year, the web series, despite starting out a few years earlier, was made with a missionary objective: a new source of entertainment, a new platform for new or existing talent, a new medium that had to fight, face and survive amidst the big-screen (then affected by the pandemic) and television. This made for quality stuff across genres that was lapped up by audiences—a plethora of shows including the musical “Bandish Bandits,” “Scam 1992,” “Aashram,” “Undekhi,” and many more. The palette was a burst of diverse colors. And yes, there was virtually a minimum one new show every week.

    This year, the only two shows of real substance have been “Criminal Justice 2: Behind Closed Doors” and “Sandwiched Forever.” “Shrikant Bashir” was too long at 26 episodes and was just alright. “Qubool Hai 2.0” began well, but…!

    2) Quantity-wise, too, thus, the number of shows this year have been far less, and the good ones even lesser in proportion. It seems that these makers are confused after so much success instead of getting the clarity that anything good, original or adapted, works.

    3) The incipient supervisory role of the government after excesses in “Tandav” (its second season has been axed), the justified protest against “Bombay Begums” by a National Children’s Forum and the troubles faced in the making of “Family Man 2” all point out to what this writer has been pointing out at for long: that a series should control—rigorously—the excess expletives and sleaze and some really depraved action, as seen in “Paatal Lok,” “Hello Mini” or  “Mirzapur” and even in many of the better series that may have had sufficient virtues to overcome their presence. Quite simply, we can do without them.

    The myth that foreign audiences like such deviance and crassness must be smashed. Mainstream Indian sensibilities should be catered to for all time.

    A big-name recently scoffed at the proposed governmental controls and opined that now they can only make children’s series—clearly, the mind is willfully blind, dumb and deaf, besides being more stubborn than a mule! And like most of his ilk, he has invited trouble on himself!

    4) The “sequel” epidemic has hit the series scene already, unlike in cinema where it took a long while. “Cliffhangers,” most of them irritating or clumsy, have been the bane of shows of late, and very few shows, like “Aarya,” have been classy about it. Audiences are expected to wait (at least a year or two!) until the sequel, if at all, is conceptualized, shot and released!

    “Qubool Hai 2.0” and “Chakravyuh” have seen the most obnoxious ends yet. As Neeraj Pandey put it after making “Special Ops” last year, “A second season or sequel is fine, but you cannot cheat the audience. Your story MUST be complete in itself.” No wonder we feel relieved when some series have no scope for Season 2 when we come to the climax / finale. But this is a major deterrent to quality as we do not know how many seasons the makers are (over-optimistically) looking at—somehow!

    5) Perceptions are dicey things. We now have follow-up seasons to “Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives,” “She,” “100,” “Hello Mini” and some other abominable series being planned despite the poor response to season 1. Happily, we are getting sequels to some good series as well and hopefully, new good stuff will come in. But as of now, there is a deep chasm between our entertainment associates in 2020 and what we have been getting this year. And sequels to “Aarya,” “Aashram,” “The Family Man,” “Asur” and so on will hopefully be just one part of the future that will see us watch great shows again. 

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