Prime Video has announced that the thriller Indian series ‘Hush Hush’ will stream on the platform from September 22. Juhi Chawla and Ayesha Jhulka make their streaming debuts with the show.
The series also stars Soha Ali Khan Pataudi, Kritika Kamra, Shahana Goswami, and Karishma Tanna. The platform has stated that it features a ‘cast and crew led by women’.
The official synopsis reads:
“Hush Hush revolves around a set of women whose picture-perfect lives begin to come undone when an unexpected event brings to the fore secrets from their past and threatens everything that’s dear to them. Knitted in a web of lies, deceit and fighting patriarchy, the story explores the storm that brews behind the seemingly quiet façade of the privileged lives of these women.”
Prime Video Head of India Originals Aparna Purohit said: “At Prime Video, we are committed to giving a global platform to diverse, authentic and relatable female stories, and with Hush Hush, we are taking our commitment to female-forward narratives a step further.
“Hush Hush is an emotional and intriguing story with nuanced, flawed and complex women who light up the screen. We are thrilled to join hands with Abundantia Entertainment once again to create a story that amplifies female voices in both reel and real life!”
The series has been co-created by Abundantia Entertainment and Tanuja Chandra. Juhi Chaturvedi serves as the dialogue writer, while the screenplay has been penned by Shikhaa Sharma. Kopal Naithani has directed two episodes, while Chandra serves as both director and executive producer.
The show was part of a slate of shows and films announced earlier this year.