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Tanaav teaser out: Sudhir Mishra brings the Indian adaptation of Fauda

Set in Kashmir in 2017, Tanaav tells the story of a Special Unit, and features Manav Vij and Arbaaz Khan in the primary cast 

Published: 28th August 2022

The teaser of SonyLIV's Tanaav is out. Directed by Sudhir Mishra and Sachin Mamta Krishn, the upcoming series is the Indian adaptation of Fauda.

Set in Kashmir in 2017, Taanav tells the story of a Special Unit, following their bravery and courage. The teaser opens with a suicide bombing that kills several, before introducing the myriad players in the espionage drama. Manav Vij, Arbaaz Khan, Sumit Kaul, Rajat Kapoor and Shashank Arora appear in pivotal roles in Taanav. The series also features Zarina Wahab, Ekta Kaul, Waluscha De Sousa, Danish Hussain, Satyadeep Mishra, Sukhmani Sadana, Sahiba Bali, Amit Gaur, Arslan Goni, Rockey Raina, M.K. Raina, Sheen Dass and Aryaman Seth.

Taanav was shot in real locations in Kashmir over 100 days. According to the makers, Tanaav is a 'socio-political action drama with family at its core' and delives into the 'human drama behind the ideologies'.

Taanav is produced by Applause Entertainment in association with Applause Productions. It is created by Avi Issacharoff and Lior Raz (the original creators of Fauda) and distributed by Yes Studios.

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