Why Tamannaah Bhatia is Excited About November Story

Actress Tamannaah Bhatia’s can’t stop gushing about her upcoming web series November Story, a murder mystery that casts her as a young ethical hacker named Anuradha, who is trying to sell her father’s house so she can pay for his Alzheimer’s treatment.

“When I first heard the narration of ‘November Story’ from director Ram Subramanian, I could have never anticipated that the storyline was going to be so layered. I have never watched a crime thriller series that is so complex and intriguing at the same time, and one that engages audiences in every episode like an authentic whodunit,” Tamannaah Bhatia says.

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“What commences as a plain Jane murder spirals into the unleashing of a series of hair-raising events interlaced with a multitude of characters and narratives that come to the fore, raising more and more questions while building mystery around the killer and motive,” she promises.

The seven-episode whodunit also features Pasupathy, GM Kumar, Aruldass and Vivek Prasanna among others, and releases on May 20 in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on Disney+ Hotstar VIP.

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