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Jatin Goswami to play intelligence agent in 'Skyfire'


Mumbai, May 15 (IANS): Actor Jatin Goswami, who featured in "Babumoshai Bandookbaaz", will make his digital debut with sci-fi show "Skyfire", in which he essays an intelligence agent.

Jatin said: "I'm playing the character Sayed Ali Hassan, an intelligence agent who is brutally honest. He is on this once-in-a-lifetime kind of case that takes him to some extremely dark places."

"In solving the case, he is sucked into a freaky chain of events. It is a gritty, edge-of-the-seat sci-fi thriller," added the actor, who also has appeared in the film "Hum Chaar".

"Skyfire" will premiere on May 22 on ZEE5. The show also features Prateik Babbar, Sonal Chauhan and Jisshu Sengupta.

The story revolves around the drastically changing weather that brings life to a standstill, as well as touches upon human trafficking and children going missing in Delhi. Amidst all this tension, an intelligence agent, a journalist and a teacher go on a hunt to solve the mystery.

"Skyfire" is based on the bestselling book written by Aroon Raman by the same name.

The screenplay has been penned by Suresh Nair, while the show is directed by Soumik Sen and produced by Shabina Khan.

 

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