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In Video: Teaser unveiled for Disney+ Hotstar series ‘Commander Karan Saxena’

Disney+ Hotstar has unveiled new action series, ‘Commander Karan Saxena’, centered around a RAW agent unravelling a high-stakes mystery amidst political intrigue and betrayal.

‘Commander Karan Saxena’, portrayed by the versatile Gurmeet Choudhary, must navigate treacherous waters of deception and danger in an action-packed battle against enemies of the country. Joined by Iqbal Khan and Hruta Durgule in lead roles, the series premieres on 8th July 2024. It will also be available for free to watch on the Disney+ Hotstar mobile app.

Directed by Jatin Wagle and produced by Keylight Productions, this series is based on the character created by the acclaimed writer Amit Khan.

Rajeshwar Nair, producer and co-founder of Keylight Productions said, “With ‘Commander Karan Saxena’, we’ve created a gripping story of courage and action. Our aim has always been to captivate audiences with compelling narratives, and we are honored to bring Amit Khan’s iconic character to life. We are thrilled about our collaboration with Disney+ Hotstar and are stoked to bring this story to life.”

Speaking about the series, director Jatin Wagle remarked, “With ‘Commander Karan Saxena’, we aim to deliver a story that is as gripping as it is emotionally charged. Gurmeet Choudhary’s portrayal of Karan Saxena brings depth and intensity to a character that audiences will find both heroic and relatable.

It’s a story that every Indian will enjoy and by making it free to watch on mobile on Disney+ Hotstar, we are delighted to make it more accessible.”

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