ZEE5 unveils its lineup for September and it looks to be another power-packed month of star-studded Originals and movies. From Kalki Koechlin starrer ‘Bhram’ to the first releases to be rolled out as part of the ZEE5-ALTBalaji alliance to much awaited movie premieres with stars like Rajkumar Rao, Kangana Ranaut and Prabhudeva, there’s a lot ZEE5 Global viewers can look forward to this September
Starring Kalki Koechlin, Bhumika Chawla, and Sanjay Suri, the much awaited ZEE5 Original series Bhram premieres globally on 18th September. From Director Sangeeth Sivan comes this story of a novelist suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and the emotions she goes through as she pursues a story for her novel. This psychological thriller delves into the complexities of the human mind and makes for a perfect binge watch.
Also releasing this month are the first rollouts from the recently announced ZEE5-ALTBalaji content partnership. Coldd Lassi and Chicken Masala starring Divyanka Tripathi and Rajeev Khandewal and Mission Over Mars (M.O.M) starring Sakshi Tanwar and Mona Singh.
Another highly anticipated ZEE5 Original, Jamai 2.0 globally premieres on 10th September. Starring Ravi Dubey, Nia Sharma and Achint Kaur, the series takes off from where the popular television series Jami Raja left off and is a bolder, edgier version of the popular drama, following a mother-daughter duo whose lives are turned upside down when a man with a dark past enters their lives.
Also lined up for September are a slew of ZEE5 language Originals like Mahesh Manjrekar’s Marathi series Vox, Telugu Originals Hawala and Gods of Dharampuri, Marathi movie Ti Ani Itar, Malayalam movie Madhura Raja starring Mammootty, Kannada release Premier Padmini and all new episodes of the Bengali Original Krishanu. Also lined up is the world digital premiere of Tamil movie Devi 2 with Prabhudeva and Tamannah and Judgementall Hai Kya starring Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut. And adding a dash of intrigue is Line of Descent starring Brendan Fraser, Abhay Deol and Ronit Roy.