Streaming large Amazon Prime Video launched the trailer of its upcoming sequence Guilty Minds on Friday. The authorized drama stars Shriya Pilgaonkar, Varun Mitra, Namrata Sheth, Sugandha Garg, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Satish Kaushik, and Deepak Kalra.
The trailer begins with two attorneys, Kashaf Quaze (Pilgaonkar) and Deepak Rana (Mitra), combating a copyright infringement case in a district court docket. From their arguments that occur all through the trailer, it’s clear that Kashaf is all for ethics, and all that Deepak needs is to earn cash, even when which means being on the fallacious facet of the regulation.
Both Shriya Pilgaonkar and Varun Mitra look in prime type within the trailer which guarantees an intriguing authorized drama that claims to be a “game of truth and lies”.
The official synopsis of the present reads, “The protagonists, friends from law college and almost but never quite lovers, Kashaf Quaze and Deepak Rana usually find themselves on opposite sides of the law. Idealistic Kashaf is into public interest litigation while Deepak, a ruthlessly ambitious rising star, is a partner at a top law firm that represents big corporations. Deepak’s new junior Shubhangi Khanna, the heiress to the firm, is attracted to him, adding fuel to the fire. Shubhangi’s insecure and competitive cousin, Shubhrat Khanna, wants Deepak out of the firm.”
Talking about Guilty Minds, creator and director Shefali Bhushan stated, “Guilty Minds for me is more than just a series based on two prolific lawyers who fight for justice and their clients. It is a representation of all that I’ve learned about the law through my family. Growing up, law was a constant topic of discussion on the dinner table at my house and I have always been intrigued by it. So, I wanted to present a realistic take on the legal system and Guilty Minds does that through the varied cases it explores.”
Co-directed by Jayant Digambar Somalkar, and produced by Karan Grover, Antara Banerjee and Naved Farooqui, Guilty Minds will begin streaming from April 22 on Amazon Prime Video.