Netflix Hasmukh Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot
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Netflix Hasmukh Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot

Netflix has many titles coming up and most of them have been focused on the Indian audiences, considering their growing fondness and entertainment-loving nature. Adding the list is another Hindi Original series, Hasmukh. And the new, bold and bloodied thrilling comedy, can be expected to be among the best Hindi Original. The show is created by Vir Das, Nikhil Advani, & Team Applause and directed by Nikhil Gonsalves.

Netflix Hasmukh Release Date

The official trailer of the series was aired on the official YouTube channel of by Netflix on April 6, 2020. And also you don’t have to wait for long to watch this dark comedy with a pinch of thrill and suspense as it has been confirmed to be televised on the platform on April 17th, 2020. A total of 10 episodes will be featured in the first season.

Netflix Hasmukh Cast

  • Vir Das
  • Ranvir Shorey
  • Suhail Nayyar
  • Neeraj Pandey
  • Deeksha Sonalkar
  • Amrita Bagchi
  • Ravi Kishan
  • Mantra Mugdh
  • Raza Murad
  • Manoj Pahwa
  • Joanna Robaczewska

The lead role in the series Hasmukh Sudiya will be played by Vir Das along with Ranvir Shorey portraying as a friend of Hasmukh, who is also his partner in crime. Other pivotal roles will be played by Ravi Kishan, Manoj Pahwa, Suhail Nayyar, Amrita Bagchi, Raza Murad, and Inaamulhaq.

Netflix Hasmukh Trailer

Netflix Hasmukh Plot

In Hasmukh’s trailer, a comedian is seen performing comedy in his small village Saharanpur. The show revolves around the journey of a quiet and timid young man Hasmukh who aspires to become the world’s greatest comedian. Unluckily, he falls short of comic timing. However, he becomes a viral sensation after getting a call offering him 15 lakhs for his first-ever on-stage big break. But there seems to be one issue, for Hasmukh to maintain his comedy crack, he has to murder someone. Hasmukh, resolute not to murder innocent people, lives a dual life: one as a comedy genius and the other as a cruel vigilante.

Sounds quite interesting, isn’t it? If Hasmukh is loved and appreciated by the audiences, then surely we would have more seasons or series from the dark-comedy genre.

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