28 May 2022 17:00

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Subhash Ghai’s 36 Farmhouse to premiere soon on ZEE5 Global

ZEE5 Global, the world’s largest streaming platform of South Asian Content, today announced the release of Subhash Ghai’s 36 Farmhouse, produced by ZEE Studios and Mukta Arts Ltd.

With the story and music done by the legend Subhash Ghai himself, the family drama is directed by Ram Ramesh Sharma and stars Amol Parashar, Sanjay Mishra, Flora Saini, Barkha Singh, Vijay Raaz, and Ashwini Kalsekar in pivotal roles.

36 Farmhouse is a complete family entertainer. The story revolves around 3 kids who try every possible trick to own their mother’s will. The film is bound to take you on a trip of complete drama filled with lots of emotions. With all the fiasco happening at the farmhouse, one will also get to witness the dichotomy between the rich and the poor.

Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, ZEE5 Global said, “Our commitment is to bring our viewers content that resonates and relates with them and makes them feel part of the story. As we start the new year we are happy to announce our partnership with the legendary filmmaker Subhash Ghai for 36 Farmhouse to take it to audiences across the world.”

The Legendary filmmaker, Subhash Ghai said, “I believe change is the only constant. Especially now with OTT, people have started consuming so much content. It is amusing that we can reach out to so many people just with a click on their device. 36 Farmhouse reflects the family issues of a lot of Indian families and sheds light upon the differences between the rich and the poor. My team has put in the best work and I am sure viewers are going to enjoy watching my film on ZEE5. I am looking forward to the premiere.”

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