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Urmila Matondkar to make her OTT debut with action-thriller series Tiwari- Cinema express

Urmila Matondkar to make her OTT debut with action-thriller series Tiwari

The show is set in a small town and has a mother-daughter story at its core

Published: 03rd October 2022

Urmila Matondkar is set to make her digital debut with thriller web series Tiwari. The poster of the show was shared by the makers, Content Engineers. Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the poster on his social media platforms.

The show is set in a small town and has a mother-daughter story at its core. Urmila will be seen doing some gritty action sequences in the series.

Talking about the show, the actor said in a statement, “This one offered me characters and a story arc that is challenging as a performer and things that I haven’t attempted so far. Written and created by a team of young writers, the team managed to keep me hooked till the end while narrating it. What I liked the most in the story is that at the core, it’s an emotional mother-daughter story but at the same time it has everything from drama to action to some thrilling twists and turns. I can’t wait to start shooting.”

Filmmaker Saurabh Varma, on directing the ace actor, said, “The kind of varied graph Tiwari aka Urmila’s character has in the show, we really couldn’t think of anyone else but Urmila. As a filmmaker and as a studio, we intend to create clean entertaining content that can be watched with the whole family, globally. Tiwari is something that has been loved as a script by all age groups and fits the bill in totality.”

Tiwari marks Urmila’s comeback after a long sabbatical.  The actor, who proved her mettle in films like Satya, Ek Haseena Thi, Bhoot, Rangeela, Kaun and Pinjar, was last seen in Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (2005) with Anupam Kher; she’s done a string of cameo appearances in films after that. Urmila will also be seen in Marathi movie Ti Me Navhech with Shreyas Talpade.

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