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Wakaalat From Home on Prime: Sumeet Vyas and Nidhi Singh give WFH an interesting twist

Everything has taken to work from home, or WFH as we have now come to call it. And as it turns out, one could also bring an interesting twist to that saga right here. What looks like a fun watch, Wakaalat From Home on Prime is going to be out on September 10, 2020. The first look came out just today.

The show will feature Sumeet Vyas, Nidhi Singh, Kubbra Sait, and Gopal Dutt in lead roles. What it is going to be is a saga of what a digital divorce looks like. While the first look is as interesting as it gets, Sumeet and Nidhi coming together is yet another cherry on the cake. The Permanent Roommates duo managed to create a wave with their stint earlier, and this one sure has high hopes pinned on it too.

Check out the first look of Wakaalat From Home on Prime here:

Sumeet and Nidhi will take on the roles of Sujin and Radhika respectively, while Kubbra and Gopal will play the lawyers. With everything happening digitally, one cannot begin to wonder how these proceedings will take place online too. We wonder if there is anything else that will be said more than ‘can you hear me?’

Wakaalat From Home on Prime definitely promises a new concept of what we haven’t seen. If anything, we are excited to see how things work out. While little to no details are out about it just yet, the first look is enough to have fans waiting.

Almost a week away from its release, the first look sees all characters raising questions, making statements, funny at a first glance. However, with little to no context, it also raises a sense of inquisitiveness. Wakaalat From Home on Prime sure looks fun, what do you think?

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