Manoj Bajpayee and Jacqueline Fernandez’s ‘Mrs. Serial Killer’ announced the release date of OTT film on Netflix while they were on a video call.
Manoj Bajpayee and Jacqueline Fernandez are all set to be seen together in Shirish Kunder’s upcoming directorial titled: Mrs. Serial Killer, which is a Netflix original film. The flick also stars Mohit Raina as one of the leads and is produced by Farah Khan Kunder. The shooting for the film was completed in 2019, and now the makers have finally decided to announce the release date. But they unanimously decided to let Manoj and Jacqueline do the honors.
Sometime back Netflix India took to their Instagram page and shared a video in which Manoj and Jacqueline could be seen virtually talking to each other. The video debuts with Jacqueline asking Manoj which outfit to wear as she is gearing up for the premiere. To which Manoj replies, it’s a lockdown across the country, which premiere is she planning to attend. Jackky says Gangs of Wasseypur dialogue ‘Keh Ke Loongi’ to Manoj and thereafter reveals the premiere date of Mrs. Serial Killer which is May 1st, 2020.
Have a look at the video below:
Sometime back during an interview, when Jacqueline was asked about working on an OTT platform, she had said,
“OTT platform experience is akin to a kid’s fascination standing inside a candy store. You’re exposed to every genre. You can move from period drama, thriller, fantasy or comedy. There are unbelievable options.”
During her interaction with DNA After Hrs, Jacqueline revealed how she got into the skin of her character for Mrs. Serial Killer. She revealed,
“I feel that to be equipped with the gravity of every emotion, it is necessary to understand the depth. My character can be in a grey zone and I have to be prepared to be able to do it in the genre that the movie is set in. I chose to watch the films that would send chills down my spine, and also some that were thought-provoking. Particularly, like You, The Hunt For The BTK Killer, Mindhunter, Darr, Saath Khoon Maaf, Ahilya and Raman Raghav 2.0 made me understand the minutest details that would go into portraying a character of so many layers.”