After making films for the big screen like Maine Pyar Kiya, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, and Hum Saath – Saath Hain, Sooraj Barjatya is now all set to venture into the world of OTT. He is set to make his first series, which is titled Badaa Naam Karenge which will be streamed on OTT and is scheduled to release around Diwali this year.

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As per reports, cast and additional details about the show have been kept under the wraps but staying true to his core, the show will be about a family and the drama that takes place around it.Last year, Sooraj added another facet to himself as he turned producer for his son Avnish’s debut film Dono which marked the debut of Rajveer Deol and Paloma.
Meanwhile, Senior Barjatya is also supposed to start a film with Salman at some point in 2024. In an interview with India Today he mentioned, “I am starting with Salman mid-next year because when I make a film, I become selfish. Today, at this stage of my life as a director, I have become selfish. I write the film myself and when I write myself, then I take my own time. With Salman especially, since we are doing something together after a long time, it has to be something special, especially after all these years. So yeah, I will start next year mid.”

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