Mohit Raina To Star In new Drama, After URI

Mohit Raina to star in the new project. Mohit Raina was last seen in URI. Now he is all set to play the role of police officer in upcoming police drama Bhaukaal.

The upcoming series Bhaukaal will be inspired by the real life achievement of IPS Officer Navneet Sekera. He was an IPS officer who brought down an organised crime syndicates in Uttar Pradesh in the early 2000s.

Mohit Raina To star in New Drama ‘Bhaukaal’

This upcoming project will be created and direct by Jatin Wagle . While actor and producer Harman Baweja also teaming up with the Jatin Wagle.

Mohit Raina Starrer series will feature the real life stories based on the criminal gangs and there battles. It will also highlight connections of criminal and their influence on the local. The tv show will showcase how bad is the impact of crime on their People and local culture.

Mohit Raina To star in New Drama 'Bhaukaal' - Start Date, Cast, Story

Bhaukaal will also feature Abhimanyu Singh, Siddhanth Kapoor, bidita Bagg, Sunny Hinduja, Rashmi Rajput, Pradeep Nagar and Gulki Joshi. While the anticipated project is written by Aakash Mohini, Jai Bansal and Rohit Chauhan.

The series will be produced by Applause entertainment. The launch date of the show is not announce yet. But makers of the show will reveal complete information related to the show very soon.

So official launch date of the series and broadcasting details will update on the page very soon.

When sources asked Mohit Raina about ‘Bhaukaal’, he said” Bhaukaal brings me a chance to play brave police officer.

One who brought change and Broke through the age old criminal and local political Nexus. I am happy and excited to play this character.

The tv show will sure provide quality content to audiences. So make sure you stay tuned here to get all latest details related to the upcoming and exclusive TV show.

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