After Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar Starring The Sky Is Pink, the Roy Kapur Films are all set to collaborate with Netflix for forthcoming dance musical drama titled Yeh Ballet. Yeh Ballet explores the universal theme of rising above one’s circumstances and finding acceptance and belonging, through the riveting true story of two young boys from Mumbai who discovered themselves through ballet. Here is the full information about Roy Kapur’s New upcoming web series Yeh Ballet 2020 release date, Stars, Story and Trailer.
Netflix expands its investment in Indian content by commissioning ten new original films across various subjects and genres. The streaming giant will be working with big local directors and producers including Anurag Kashyap and Ronnie Screwvala. By the end of 2020, a total of 10 new original Indian films (including previously announced titles Music Teacher, Cobalt Blue, Chopsticks, Upstarts and Bulbul) will be available to Netflix members around the world.
The trade analyst Taran Adarsh dropped the motion poster of the film along with other details. He wrote, “Siddharth Roy Kapur starts new film #YehBallet… Dance-musical written-directed by Sooni Taraporevala… Netflix original film… Stars Achintya Bose, Manish Chauhan, Julian Sands, and Jim Sarbh”
New Upcoming Web Series Yeh Ballet 2020 Stars
Yeh Ballet, directed by the writer of Salaam Bombay Sooni Taraporevala and produced by Roy Kapur Films.
The film stars Achintya Bose, Manish Chauhan, Julian Sands and Jim Sarbh in the leading roles.
New Upcoming Web Series Yeh Ballet 2020 Story
Yeh Ballet revolves around the discovery of ballet by two boys and their attempts to escape their challenging environment. This is a story about two boys from very low-income families who discover ballet and through it a way to escape their challenging circumstances. Over the course of the film, the unlikely ballerinos find that escape is not as easy as they thought.
Yeh Ballet explores the universal theme of rising above one’s circumstances and finding acceptance and belonging, through the riveting true story of two young boys from Mumbai who discovered themselves through ballet.