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Kiara Advani: Netflix’s ‘Lust Stories’ was a game changer for me

Kiara Advani will be seen next seen in another Netflix original, 'Guilty.'

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After Kiara Advani’s debut with Karan Johar’s, ‘Lust Stories’ (2018), the actress is coming back to the digital space with another Netflix original, ‘Guilty.’ The trailer of the web show was released yesterday and at the trailer launch event in Mumbai. At the trailer launch event, Kiara shared how she ended up coming on the board for ‘Guilty.’

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At the event, Kiara Advani said, “I was in the car with Karan when he told me he has heard a narration and it’s a very strong role. He said it’s the most thrilling script he had heard. He wanted me to hear it and told me it was on Netflix.”

Further continuing, “But he thought I may have apprehension in my mind because I had signed films like ‘Kabir Singh’ and ‘Good Newwz’ but in my head, the platform doesn’t matter. What matters is the content,” Kiara said to the reporters.

“As an actor, you want to reach out as many people as possible. Fortunately, the script that came to me was Guilty. Lust Stories was a game-changer for me. So there was never a second thought about doing Guilty. It seemed like a perfect opportunity,” she said.

‘Guilty’ is directed by Ruchi Narain. written by Kanika Dhillon and Atika Chohan, and produced by Karan’s Dharma Productions.’ The film also stars Akanksha Ranjan Kapoor, Gurfateh Singh Pirzada, Taher Shabbir, and Dalip Tahil in pivotal roles.

Talking about the show, it explores the different versions of truth that emerge when a small-town girl blames the college heartthrob of sexual assault.

The release date of ‘Guilty’ is March 6, 2020, on Netflix.

Here’s the trailer:

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