New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen is all set to make her comeback on the silver screen with her upcoming web series ‘Aarya’. The much awaited trailer is released on the YouTube on Friday, and has received a lot of love in the comment section within a short span of time. 

Aarya is based on a dutch drama Penoza. It is directed by Ram Madhvani who also helmed Neerja. Sushmeta Sen is playing the lead role. It is scheduled to be released on June 19, 2020 on Hotstar. Aarya is both the name of the series and Sushmita Sen's role in it.

The two-and a-half minute video trailer does not give away any information about the series but it seems to be full of thriller and mysteries. It begins with an introduction to Sushmita’s character Aarya as a family-oriented woman – Chandrachur Singh plays her husband. Aarya’s world is shattered when she learns that her husband deals in illegal medicines. Heart-broken, just as Aarya threatens to divorce her husband, he is shot and the plot takes a twist. As an investigation begins, Aarya realises that her husband was perhaps part of an international drug racket and that her family’s lives are in danger. 

Watch Trailer here:

The second part of the trailer is all about Aarya’s transformation. She wipes off her tears, picks up the gun and jumps straight into the murky business. “I can go to any length to save my family,” Aarya says in the trailer. The web-series also stars Sikander Kher, Manish Choudhary and Namit Das in key roles.

On the work front, the former Miss Universe was last seen in Bengali movie Nirbaak. No Problem the 2010 film stays her final Bollywood movie. Aarya is Sushmita’s first appearing mission after a gap of a decade. The series was expected to debut on the online streaming platform back on March 29, 2020. But reports suggest that the series was pushed as post-production was delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in India. It is now confirm that all the episodes of Aarya will be available on Hotstar VIP on 19 June.

Posted By: Talib Khan