Post Date: Post Date – 02:47 PM, Monday – Oct 31st 22
Hyderabad: ZEE5 dropped the trailer for the Telugu original ‘Aha Na Pellanta’ today. The series is about the hilarious story of a groom being isolated by his bride on their wedding day. Directed by Sanjeev Reddy and produced by Tamada Media, the eight-part series “Aha Na Pellanta” stars Raj Tarun and Shivani Rajashekhar and a group of comedians in key roles. The romantic comedy series will premiere on ZEE5 on November 17th.
Filled with a lot of emotion – love, betrayal and friendship, the story revolves around a bride eloping with her ex-boyfriend, leaving the man waiting in the mandap. The story unfolds when the guy decides to take revenge. The series is a humorous revenge and an irrational vow that changes the fate of the protagonist forever.
‘Aha Na Pellanta’ is a masterful blend of romance and comedy with a unique approach to relationships. It will bring not one but many surprises to the audience.
Check out the trailer here:
As seen in the trailer, Seenu (played by Raj Tarun) believes in a superstitious myth instilled in him by his mother that if he likes or thinks of a girl, his father will be in danger and never talks to them Pass. After a long wait, when he finally met the girl of his dreams and everything seemed perfect, he was stood up by the bride. From here begins his revenge. The twisty “Aha Na Pellanta” promises lots of laughs and will be an absolute emotional roller coaster.
Manish Kalra, Chief Commercial Officer, ZEE5 India, said: “Aha Na Pellanta is a modern love story that will connect audiences at all levels. With a popular cast of stars, the series offers a beautiful narrative of complex relationships, And add a bit of comedy, which will make it a great watch.”
Director Sanjeev Reddy said: “‘Aha Na Pellanta’ is a story that will bring joy to the audience at the end of the episode and put a smile on their faces. We are on this project Very hard work; each character was made with the nuances of each character in mind. We wanted to make sure that the combination of comedy and drama was conveyed to the audience while making it relatable.”