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SonyLIV releases the trailer of Chutzpah, starring Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh and others

The show follows five stories exploring internet culture

Published: 03rd July 2021

SonyLIV and Maddock Outsider have released the trailer of their new web show, Chutzpah.

Written by Amit Babbar and Mrighdeep Singh Lamba, Chutzpah follows five stories exploring internet culture. The show is created by Mrighdeep and directed by Simarpreet Singh. It features actors Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Gautam Mehra, Tanya Maniktala, Elnaaz Norouzi and Kshitij Chauhan.

Speaking about the series, Varun shares, "The world of internet and social media has become an integral part of life, to the extent that people even switch personalities to seek validation. I am excited to make my OTT debut with a fantastic entertainer like Chutzpah."

Varun’s co-star Manjot Singh adds, “It’s an interesting and thoroughly entertaining story revolving around five individuals who are connected by one story through the medium of Internet. I am certain that it will take us back to some of our chutzpah moments of our lives. I had a whale of a time reuniting with my Fukrey gang and we are ready to create the same madness all over again.”

Chutzpah will stream from July 23 on SonyLIV. You can watch the trailer here - 

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