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Zee5’s Ateet Is A Suspense Thriller That Puts Priyamani At Crossroads

By Binged Siddartha Toleti - April 21, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
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Zee5 is relentless when it comes to doling out fresh content. It has only recently released a slew of short films via Short Film Festival. Now, they are back with a suspense thriller titled Ateet.

The trailer of Ateet is out now. The visuals paint a grim picture of the movie set in military and hill-station background. There is a missing army officer, Captain Ateet Rana (Rajeev Khandelwal). He is presumed dead, and the family has moved on after a lot of pain. Sometime later, a supernatural movement is observed around the family, which is now living happily.

Priyamani plays Janvi the head of the family and wife of the deceased soldier. She is in a new relationship with Vishwa Karma (Sanjay Suri). He is the colleague of her presumed-dead husband. How they react to the unique situation. What happens when Janvi is faced with the choice of choosing between her past and present is the crux of the plot.

The cast looks terrific with talented actors, Rajeev Khandelwal, Priyamani, and Sanjay Suri, playing the principal roles. The making additionally gives it a slick look and thrilling appeal.

Check out the trailer below. Tanuj Bhramar directs the Zee5 original movie. It is streaming from April 21st on the platform. Watch out for the review coming soon.  

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