India's home-grown OTT platform ULLU has enthralled the audience with various web-series inspired by real-life incidents. The platform is all set to add another thriller to its kitty, tentatively titled “Naam Ghum Jayega”, starring the renowned actor Romiit Raaj in the lead role.
The show is loosely inspired by a bombing massacre that took place in Pune in 2010. The series traces the journey of a married couple, a sudden unfortunate bomb blast, and how one of them gets involved in it as a suspect. Each character is mysteriously layered and each episode has a story to tell unravelling the truth.
On the show, Romiit Raaj says, "It's a new beginning for me and I am quite excited for the series. The gripping storyline of the series drew my attention to the project. I must say that the whole team has been putting in a lot of effort in executing the project to the T. My character Zafar is a subdued man who talks less and likes to remain within his sphere of work, but what hides behind the simple man is what I am more excited and enthralled about."
Romit Raj was last seen in the TV show ‘Kulfi Kumar Bajewala’ and also shot a music video with legendary musician Hariharan in Calcutta. He recently changed his names from Romit Raj Parasher he has changed his name to ‘Romiit Raaj’. He says his decision has got to with the pandemic.
Produced by Vibhu Agarwal and directed by Akshay Vir Singh, 'Naam Ghum Jayega' will air exclusively on ULLU App.