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Inayat Sood debuts on Netflix with Hansal Mehta's crime-thriller 'Scoop'

Inayat says paying Deepa has been an exhilarating experience

Inayat Sood debuts on Netflix with Hansal Mehta's crime-thriller 'Scoop'

Inayat Sood plays a journalist in Scoop. Instagram/inayatsood



ANI

ANI

Mumbai, May 25

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta is all set to come up with an intriguing web series titled 'Scoop'.

The series will mark actor Inayat Sood's debut on Netflix. She will be seen playing the character of Deepa Chandra, a young and determined journalist mentored by the renowned Jagruti Pathak (played by Karishma Tanna).

Here's the trailer of the show:

Sharing details about her role, Inayat said, "Playing Deepa has been an exhilarating experience. I think, her character holds immense importance and significance, making one reflect. It has been an honor for me to be part of bringing her character to life on screen. I can only hope I've done justice to the writing!"

'Scoop' is a character-driven drama adapted from the book "Behind Bars In Byculla: My Days in Prison" by Jigna Vora. The series delves into the gripping journey of Jagruti Pathak, an ambitious crime journalist whose life takes a dramatic turn when she is charged with the heinous murder of fellow journalist Jaideb Sen. The show takes us on a rollercoaster ride as Jagruti finds herself in a prison cell alongside the very individuals she once reported on.

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