Sujoy Ghosh’s Typewriter set to premiere on Netflix

After Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwani, Sujoy Ghosh is the next well-established Bollywood filmmaker who is set to venture into the world of digital content. The director, who recently delivered one of the biggest hits of his career in the form of Badla (2019), is stepping into the web-space with his upcoming directorial venture, titled Typewriter.

Netflix, which prides on being the leading Internet entertainment service provider across the globe, has announced that Typewriter will start streaming on the platform from 19th July.  Apart from calling the shots, Sujoy Ghosh has also written and produced the series.


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Typewriter is mystery-thriller which promises to deliver an edge-of-the-seat experience to viewers. Talking about the cast, it boasts of the presence of talented actors like Paulami Ghosh, Samir Kochar and Purab Kohli in lead roles. Arna Sharma, Aaryansh Malviya, Milkail Gandhi and Palash Kamble also play important characters.

The five-episode series revolves around a haunted house, Bardez Villa, in Goa and a group of young, neophyte ghost hunters determined to capture the ghost that plagues a notorious home in their neighbourhood. When a new family moves into the haunted home, the crew finds it difficult to balance the demands of school and chores with the renewed urgency to solve the mystery. What follows next forms the crux of the story.

Apart from Typewriter, Netflix is currently producing a number of highly awaited originals for Indian audiences. Some of its under-production ventures include Baahubali: Before the Beginning, Bard of Blood, Class of 83 and an official adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.