A new drama series “Crash Course” will shine a light on student life with eight new faces.
Created by Manish Hariprasad and directed by Vijay Maurya, ‘Crash Course’ is produced by Owlet Films. The Amazon original features eight new faces, including names like Mohit Solanki, Hridhu Haroon, Anushka Kaushik, Riddhi Kumar, Bhavesh Balchandani, Aryan Singh, Hetal Gada, and Anvesha Vij.
It also stars veteran actor Annu Kapoor alongside Bhanu Uday, Udit Arora, Pranay Pachauri and Bidita Bag.
Director Vijay Maurya said “Crash Course” is a thought-provoking, entertaining and captivating story. It gives a comprehensive perspective of student life and the joys and difficulties they face as they navigate adulthood while battling family and peer pressure in a highly competitive environment.
“With ‘Crash Course’ I not only had the privilege of directing actors like Annu ji, Bhanu, Udit, Bidita and Pranay – who are undoubtedly powerful performers, but also working with a range of actors talented people who gave it their all and put themselves in the shoes of their characters.”
“As soon as I was approached for ‘Crash Course’, I was convinced to be a part of it, all thanks to its captivating subject matter,” said Annu Kapoor.
The creators unveiled the trailer on Monday, which gives insight into the different facets of friendship, love, peer pressure and competitiveness.
Creator Manish Hariprasad said: “‘Crash Course’ is a special series. It applies an unfiltered lens to the lives of students caught up in the frantic race as they prepare for the most important entrance exam in their lives. Vijay Maurya has done a fantastic job, playing captain of this ship and leading our talented cast throughout the series and bringing out the best in them.”
“Each of our actors brought their best to the table, with seasoned actors like Pranay, Udit, Bidita and Bhanu as well as acting powerhouse like Annu ji adding their own unique style to the series. Crash Course is an engrossing watch and entertaining and we “I am thrilled to bring this Amazon Original series to audiences in 240 countries and territories.”
“Crash Course” will stream on Amazon Prime Video starting August 5.
[With Inputs From IANS]