Out of Love will feature Soni Razdan in a powerful cameo. The veteran actress and mother of Alia Bhatt, Soni Razdan will be seen in the series. She will be sharing screen space with the protagonist of the show Rasika Dugal, along with Purab Kohli and Harsh Chhaya. A 5-part drama series, Out of Love is a gripping portrait of a marriage that is poisoned by infidelity, lies and heartbreak. Soni will be seen essaying the role of Purab Kohli’s mother in the series. Produced by BBC Studios, Hotstar Specials’ Out of Love is all set to stream on Hotstar VIP from 22nd November, 2019.
Soni has been instrumental in carving a niche for herself in the industry due to her extraordinary script choices and thought process. Speaking about the core subject of the show, Soni Razdan said, “Out of Love is a show that looks at the subject of infidelity and how that affects the bonds between people. Today, with women becoming more economically independent, the institution of marriage seems to be crumbling. I am not advocating infidelity, just looking at it very objectively. There is nothing great about cheating on someone but it seems to be happening all the time so perhaps it’s the institution of marriage itself that’s not working. While marriage served a purpose 100 years ago; that purpose may not be the same now. Women are not so easily taken for granted today. Having said that, there is no reason for people to not get married. Everything is workable if there is a sense of equilibrium in whatever it is that you choose to do.”
Directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and Aijaz Khan, Out of Love features Rasika Dugal as Dr. Meera Kapoor and Purab Kohli who plays the role of Dr. Meera’s husband, Akarsh Kapoor. Dr. Meera suspects Akarsh of being unfaithful to her and is torn between confronting him or letting go! If you were in Dr. Meera’s place, would you forgive and forget or fight for your love?
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