In Video: Trailer of ’24’ on Colors


The first trailer of India’s much awaited thriller, ’24’ has been unveiled.

The Indian adaptation of the hit American series, is produced by Anil Kapoor and stars the Bollywood actor himself, who plays the lead role. The show marks the television debut of the Bollywood superstar and is backed by a stellar cast comprising of Mandira Bedi, Neil Bhoopalam, Tisca Chopra, Anita Raaj, Ajinkya Deo to name a few. The show will also see interesting cameos by celluloid stars like Anupam Kher, Shabana Azmi, Rahul Khanna and Richa Chadda.

Providing action, thrill, suspense, drama and the exhilaration of solving complex cases in 24 hours, the show has been shot in various locales across Mumbai. 24 will have a fast-paced storyline featuring never-seen-before stunts, slick-edited sequences and high-definition recording.

Commenting on the trailer launch, Raj Nayak CEO, Colors said, ���24 is our first big initiative for producing a world class, international format fiction show, which we believe has the potential to change the standards of television production values and scale in India pushing all boundaries of content, production and packaging. Presented on a never-seen-before scale with a top Bollywood star as a lead protagonist, 24 promises to bring in a paradigm shift for TV content in India. The success of 24 will not just be great for COLORS but for the whole television industry.�۝

Anil Kapoor said, ���The moment I was offered to play a role in the international series, I had made up my mind to bring this iconic show to India. In fact, India is the only country outside the US to adapt 24, and I am glad that my friends and colleagues have supported me in my venture. It feels like a dream come true! The entire team has put in a lot of passion and hard work and trust in our vision, and I really hope that the public likes our work and I am thankful to Colors for partnering with us in taking this program to the masses�۝.

Updated: 13:53 on 23/08/13

In Video: Trailer of ’24’ on Colors

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