Where to watch Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar: Directed by Mandira Bedi's late husband, film director Raj Kaushal, who passed away due to cardiac arrest on June 30, Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar is coming to OTT this week. The crime-drama starring Vicky Arora in lead will start streaming on November 3 and is in news for its intriguing plot and impressive cast.
Raj Kaushal was known for films like Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi (1999), Shaadi Ka Laddoo (2004), Anthony Kaun Hai? (2006) and more. Bedi, who has produced the series directed by her deceased husband, recently said, "I am very happy and extremely emotional at the same time as the show that Raj made with all his heart and hard work will finally be released on Prime Video. His dedication and passion for this show, in particular, has reflected in Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar."
What Is The Series About?
The lead actor, Vicky Arora's character, Bhargav Sharma along with his friends plan to open the first fake bank in the country and get people to deposit money there. Then they plan to run away with the loot. However, their scam takes an unexpected turn when their plan doesn't work as they wanted it to. The 10-episode series is apparently inspired by a real-life scam.
Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar is written by Aman Khan and also features actors Anuj Rampal, Vicky Arora, Swati Semwal, Mohan Agashe, Shishir Sharma and Manish Chaudhary in key roles.
In an interview, Rampal, who will be playing the character of Siddhant Rastogi in the series, disclosed how he had a book with him where he wrote everything related to his character and then improvised on it while acting it out.
Sandesh Kulkarni, who was last seen in Mumbai Diaries 26/11 starring Mohit Raina and Konkana Sen Sharma, elaborated that he had chosen to work in the series due to his personal equation with Kaushal."Raj was a dear friend and that is why I did the project," he said.
Where To Watch Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar
The series will start streaming from November 3 on Amazon Prime Video.
Check out the trailer of this web series here: