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‘द वर्डिक्ट’: मानव कौल, ऐली अवराम और विराफ पटेल के नए पोस्टर आपकी जिज्ञासा को बढ़ा देंगे

the verdict

ALT  बालाजी की अगली वेब श्रृंखला ‘द वर्डिक्ट- स्टेट बनाम नानावती’ (The Verdict) का ट्रेलर, जिसका हाल ही में अनावरण किया गया था, दर्शकों द्वारा बहुत पसंद आया है।

अब, निर्माताओं ने श्रृंखला से चरित्र पोस्टर का अनावरण किया है। सिल्विया के रूप में ऐली अवराम का पहला लुक, कावा मानेकशॉ नानावती के रूप में मानव कौल और प्रेम भगवानदास आहूजा के रूप में विराफ फीरोज पटेल ने दर्शकों का उत्साह बढ़ा दिया है।

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• A young Sylvia fell in love with Commander Kawas Nanavati and moved to India as his wife, where despite the equal voting rights, its women did not have enough voice in the patriarchal society. In 1959, the government had no representation of women in the cabinet. Sylvia devoted her days, being a perfect mother to her 3 children while Kawas was mostly away at the high seas and then she fell in love again! Only this time, it led to a murder. The society judged her for crossing the line while the nation debated the most controversial judicial case in its history • Meet Elli AvrRam as Sylvia Nanavati in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #ALTBalajiOriginal #StreamingSoon #elliavrram @altbalaji @ektaravikapoor @samkhan @shashantshah

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ऐली अवराम सिल्विया की भूमिका निभाती हुई दिखाई देंगी, जो कमांडर कावस नानावती के प्यार में पड़ गई और उनकी पत्नी के रूप में भारत चली गई, जहाँ समान मतदान के अधिकार के बावजूद, महिलाओं के पास पितृसत्तात्मक समाज में पर्याप्त आवाज़ नहीं थी।

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Prem Bhagwandas Ahuja was a successful Sindhi businessman, with a taste for the best of cars, alcohol, and women. The suave bachelor hosted 'talk-of-the-town parties' back in the prohibition-era Bombay (now Mumbai), while his automobile showrooms across the city flourished. His sister Mamie Ahuja was his only family, and together they were involved in a lot of charitable work within their community. In 1959, what started out as an affair with Sylvia Nanavati, eventually led to his death and sparked a row between the Sindhi and Parsi communities; a communal war that continued long after his demise in a country of divided opinions. Meet Viraf Phiroz Patel as Prem Bhagwandas Ahuja in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #ALTBalajiOriginal #StreamingSoon Disclaimer – This show is based on true events and facts and reference to plots, incidents, and people shall be made. Any diversion or error is completely unintentional. We do not intend to be disrespectful to Indian Judiciary, Indian naval forces, community, religious sentiments or beliefs of any person.

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Karl Jamshed Khandalavala served a short stint as a pilot with the Royal Indian Air Forces, during World War 2. He was passionate about collecting art & artifacts of historical importance, and practiced law as a hobby. 1959 was the year when Parliament replaced the Indian Arms Act 1878, with a new Arms Act in order to curb violence. The same year, he chose to defend a fellow Parsi & soldier Kawas Nanavati, accused of shooting and killing Prem Ahuja; in a case that had the attention of leading political figures, media, and naval officers of the country. Meet Angad Bedi as Karl Jamshed Khandalavala in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #StreamingSoon #ALTBalajiOriginal Disclaimer – This show is based on true events and facts and reference to plots, incidents, and people shall be made. Any diversion or error is completely unintentional. We do not intend to be disrespectful to Indian Judiciary, Indian naval forces, community, religious sentiments or beliefs of any person.

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Ram Jethmalani obtained his law degree at the age of 17. He was a refugee from Sindh, who came to India after the partition with his first wife, whom he had married at the age of 18. He married his second wife in 1952 in India. One of his critical initial wins, was when he fought a case against the Bombay Refugees Act of India. In 1959, he came into the limelight again, when he chose to be the watching brief on a case that would make him one of the most famous lawyers in the country; the case that was not just a challenge for him, but for the entire judicial system of India. Meet Sumeet Vyas as Ram Jethmalani in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #StreamingSoon #ALTBalajiOriginal Disclaimer – This show is based on true events and facts and reference to plots, incidents, and people shall be made. Any diversion or error is completely unintentional. We do not intend to be disrespectful to Indian Judiciary, Indian naval forces, community, religious sentiments or beliefs of any person.

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Mamie Bhagwandas Ahuja was an active socialite and social worker. After losing her parents, her brother Prem Ahuja was the only friend, family and support that she had. In 1959, after her brother’s murder, her fight for justice began. She realised that she was fighting not only against the accused, but the opinions of people & media, as well as powerful political forces and the naval top brass too. She also gauged that the public prosecutor Chandu Trivedi may not be able to handle a case of such intense gravity, and roped in a sharp and fellow Sindhi lawyer, Ram Jethmalani to get justice for her brother. Meet Kubbra Sait as Mamie Bhagwandas Ahuja in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #StreamingSoon #ALTBalajiOriginal Disclaimer – This show is based on true events and facts and reference to plots, incidents, and people shall be made. Any diversion or error is completely unintentional. We do not intend to be disrespectful to Indian Judiciary, Indian naval forces, community, religious sentiments or beliefs of any person.

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Rustom Khurshedji Karanjia was the Founder/Editor of the popular weekly tabloid, Blitz. In an era when newspapers were the go-to source of information, he shaped the public opinion with his articles on many important issues in India. He was a patriot and also shared a great relationship with Pandit Nehru. In 1959, he changed the narrative of the Nanavati case in order to establish a fellow Parsi as a hero, and protect the Navy’s reputation. Of course, his paper also saw the price bar move from 25 paisa per copy to Rs.2 per copy. His stories initiated a media trial outside the court that influenced the entire country, and the jury’s opinion, on the case. Meet Saurabh Shukla as Rustom Khurshedji Karanjia in #TheVerdictStateVsNanavati #StreamingSoon #ALTBalajiOriginal Disclaimer – This show is based on true events and facts and reference to plots, incidents, and people shall be made. Any diversion or error is completely unintentional. We do not intend to be disrespectful to Indian Judiciary, Indian naval forces, community, religious sentiments or beliefs of any person.

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1959 में, सरकार के पास कैबिनेट में महिलाओं का कोई प्रतिनिधित्व नहीं था। सिल्विया ने अपने दिनों को समर्पित किया, अपने तीन बच्चों के लिए एक आदर्श माँ होने के नाते वह समुद्रों से दूर रही और फिर, उसे फिर से प्यार हो गया! पर इस बार, यह एक हत्या का कारण बना।

शशांत शाह द्वारा निर्देशित, श्रृंखला 1959 की वास्तविक जीवन की घटना पर आधारित है और नौसेना अधिकारी केएम नानावती के परीक्षण के बाद हुई जिन्होंने एक व्यापारी पर अपने रिवाल्वर से तीन गोलियां दागीं और बाद में पुलिस के सामने अपना अपराध कबूल कर लिया।

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