BBC Studios India is adapting BAFTA and Royal Tv Society-nominated collection “One of Us” within the Telugu language for Disney’s Indian streaming platform Hotstar.
“One of Us” focuses on the mysterious murders of childhood sweethearts, who’re discovered useless of their dwelling quickly after their honeymoon. The 2 households are then compelled to deal with their grief, as they seek for solutions and unearth penalties that grasp over all of them, bringing concepts of honesty, loyalty and household into query.
The four-part collection was initially written by Harry and Jack Williams, the writing duo behind acclaimed British drama “The Lacking.” It aired on BBC One within the U.Okay. and is out there internationally on Netflix.
That is the primary time that BBC Studios India is getting into the Indian regional scripted market. Earlier native variations of BBC exhibits, together with “Legal Justice,” “Physician Foster” adaptation “Out of Love” and “The Workplace,” all for Hotstar, have been within the Hindi language.
Sameer Gogate, enterprise head of manufacturing, India, BBC Studios, mentioned: “Hotstar is thought for its deal with premium dramas and we’re delighted to work with them once more to ship one other high-end thriller. The wonderful thing about diversifications are their world-wide attraction that transverse the whole lot from cultures, to boundaries, and languages – and but keep true to the essence of the story. We’re very proud to have the ability to current ‘One of Us’ to the Telugu viewers.”
On the latest ContentAsia awards, “Out of Love” was nominated in the very best TV format adaptation (scripted) class. Rasika Dugal gained the award for finest feminine lead in a TV program for her position within the present.
BBC Studios’ Indian format diversifications embrace “Tonight’s The Evening” (“Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi”) and “Dancing With The Stars” (“Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa”).