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Netflix confirms the premiere date of Manisha Koirala’s Maska

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By: Mohnish Singh

Leading streaming media giant Netflix has announced the premiere date of seasoned actress Manisha Koirala’s forthcoming film Maska. The actress fronts the star cast of the upcoming digital offering alongside Shirley Setia and Prit Kamani. Written and directed by debutant Neeraj Udhwani, Maska will be available to stream from Friday 27th March 2020.

Manisha Koirala, who was most recently seen in Prassthanam (2019) with superstar Sanjay Dutt, wrote on her Twitter handle, “Would you choose a legacy over your own ambitions? Maska premieres 27th March, only on Netflix.”


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Celebrating the popular Parsi culture, Maska is a coming-of-age film about a young actor who has big dreams in his eyes and, in the process of realizing those dreams, finds many truths. The ambitions result in the discovery of realities that hold the rookie actor back. The character that Manisha Koirala essays in the film connects the missing dots in his life. Her character will be the driving force behind all the decisions that the young actor makes.

Apart from Manisha Koirala, Shirley Setia and Prit Kamani, Maska also stars Javed Jaffery and Nikita Dutta in important roles. Dutta, who is a popular name on Indian television, received great response for her brief performance in Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani’s blockbuster film Kabir Singh (2019).


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Singer and YouTube sensation Shirley Setia is making her acting debut with the upcoming project. She plays a smart, funny and eccentric girl in the movie. Right after the premiere of Maska, she debuts in Bollywood with director Sabbir Khan’s Nikamma, co-starring Abhimanyu Dassani and Shilpa Shetty Kundra.

Maska is set to stream from Friday 27th March, only on Netflix.

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