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Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda to star in ZEE5’s ‘social comedy’ 14 Phere

Also starring Gauahar Khan, 14 Phere is helmed by Devanshu Singh, who is known for directing Chintu Ka Birthday. It is expected to hit ZEE5 sometime next month.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: June 28, 2021 5:10:39 pm
vikrant and kritiVikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda will be sharing screen space for the first time. (Photo: Vikrant Massey/Instagram)

Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda’s film 14 Phere is all set to release on streaming platform ZEE5. A teaser of 14 Phere released on Monday revealed the names of the lead characters, Sanjay and Aditi.

The movie is being pegged as a ‘social comedy’ by the makers.

Talking about the film, Vikrant Massey said that 14 Phere is “made for the Indian heartland filled with drama, comedy, quirkiness and a lot more. It will definitely be a great watch for families. It is highly relatable, and I hope the viewers thoroughly enjoy themselves when it premieres on ZEE5.”

 

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Kriti Kharbanda said in a statement, “I remember the first time I read the script of 14 Phere. It was everything I was looking for. Drama, emotion, relatability and a strong character. Aditi has become a part of my personality in more ways than one. I can’t wait for the audiences to watch the story unfold on ZEE5. Imagine the drama and chaos of a typical Indian wedding, and then multiply that by two! The viewers are surely in for a joyride.”

Also starring Gauahar Khan, 14 Phere is helmed by Devanshu Singh, who is known for directing Chintu Ka Birthday. It is expected to hit ZEE5 sometime next month.

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