Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy is all set to premiere on Netflix

Netflix announced the date of A Suitable Boy in its upcoming series on Friday. Founded in 1951 in newly independent India, it brings together the Power House of Talent in a show directed by Mira Nair. A Suitable Boy is based on Vikram Seth’s best-selling book of the same name. After being broadcast by the BBC in the UK and Ireland, the series is set to release worldwide on Netflix on October 23 (excluding the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, and China).
Throughout its more than 1300 pages, the story of Netflix’s “A Suitable Boy” deals with modernity and traditions, family values, family values, family oppression, oppressed social upbringing, generational conflicts, superstitions based on religion, etc. The story follows the life of Lata, a student of literature and her mediating mother wishes to choose her husband. Trapped in the excitement of family duties and romance, Lata began her journey with love and pain as three different men tried to win her heart. The threat to break the tradition is the captivating but directionless Man Kapoor, whose romantic involvement begins to endanger his father’s political life. As Lata and Maan try to shape their future, so has India. Just after a few years of independence from British colonial rule, tensions are high as people prepare to campaign and vote for their first democratic general election.
Tabu as Saeeda Bai
Ishaan Khatter as Maan Kapoor
Tanya Maniktala as Lata Mehra
Rasika Dugal as Savita Kapoor
Mahira Kakkar as Mrs Rupa Mehra
Ram Kapoor as Mahesh Kapoor
Gagan Dev Riar as Pran Kapoor
Vivek Gomber as Arun Mehra
Vivaan Shah as Varun Mehra
Shahana Goswami as Meenakshi Mehra
Mikhail Sen as Amit Chatterji
Namit Das as Haresh Khanna
Danesh Razvi as Kabir Durrani
Joyeeta Dutta as Tasneem
Shubham Saraf as Firoz Ali Khan
Randeep Hooda as Billy Irani
Aamir Bashir as Nawab Sahib
Ranvir Shorey as Waris
Vijay Varma as Rasheed
Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Kishen Chand Seth
Vinay Pathak as LN Agrawal
Manoj Pahwa as Raja Of Marh
Vijay Raaz as Rasheed’s Father


Nair, best known for her critically acclaimed films like “Salam Bombay”, “Monsoon Wedding” and “The Namesake”, has also made her television debut with her play.

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