Jio Cinema’s highly anticipated show, “Taali,” starring Sushmita Sen, is all set to make its worldwide debut on August 15. The show is directed by National Award-winner Ravi Jadhav, and its story is written by Kshitij Patwardhan.
Arjun Singh Baran, Kartik Nishandar, Afeefa Nadiadwala, and Sayed under the banner of Triple Ace Entertainment, GSEAMS, and Jio Studios have produced the show.
Story and Plot of Taali
“Taali” follows the real-life story of Mumbai-based social worker and transgender activist Shreegauri Sawant, aka Gauri Sawant. It is also set to explore Gauri’s journey from childhood to being an activist and social worker.
What is the release date of Taali?
The highly anticipated show “Taali” is all set to premiere worldwide on August 15, exclusively on Jio Cinema.
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Trailer and Teaser
The studio released an official teaser on July 29, which gave us a brief glimpse of the show and Gauri Sawant’s life (played by Sushmita Sen). The teaser has sparked massive excitement among Susmita Sen’s fans, who are eagerly waiting for her portrayal of a challenging character.
Cast and Character of Taali
Jio Cinema’s upcoming show “Taali” stars Sushmita Sen as Gauri Sawant in the lead role alongside several renowned actors such as Ankur Bhatia, Aishwarya Narkar, Hemangi Kavi, Suvrat Joshi, Krutika Deo, Nitish Rathore, Meenakshi Chugh, and Shaan Kakkar in important roles.
How Many Episodes are there in Taali?
Currently, we do not have any reliable news about Taali’s episodes.
Will there be Taali Season 2?
The makers or studios have yet to drop any hints regarding Taali Season 2. However, if we ever find out anything authentic related to season 2, we will immediately update you guys.
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Who is Gauri Sawant?
Shreegauri Sawant, better known as Gauri Sawat, is a Mumbai-based transgender activist and social worker who was one of the petitioners in the National Legal Service Authority case in which the honorable Supreme Court of India recognized transgender as the third gender. She is also the director of Sakhi Char Chowghi, an NGO that supports transgender people and people with life-threatening diseases like HIV/AIDS.