Is ALTBalaji’s upcoming series Bekaaboo Erotica loaded?
ALTBalaji’s upcoming series Bekaaboo, a psycho stalker thriller has created quite a stir amongst audiences lately. The trailer gave us a sneak peek into the world of a popular writer whose perfect life goes awry because of his urge to fulfill certain desires. What unfolds is a series of mishaps between an author of erotica, and his obsessed female stalker. The wait is finally over as this much-awaited tantalizing thriller launched 10 episodes today for binge-watch, amidst immense excitement.
Actors Rajeev Siddhartha and Priya Banerjee will be seen in the lead roles as Kiyaan and Kashti respectively, while the gorgeous Madhu Sneha Upadhyay looks very impressive playing the character of a progressive, yet culturally deep-rooted Indian girl. After playing a rich brat in her recent family drama “Baarish”, Priya Banerjee will be seen playing the role of a seductive stalker, a complete departure from her previous outing. While Rajeev Siddhartha will be playing the role of a successful writer of erotic fiction, who on the surface is humble, self-effacing and charming but it’s just a facade. Madhu Sneha Upadhyay is playing the role of a progressive Indian girl who has a traditional side to her and respects her parents, family, and customs. This show is full of thrills, mystery and lies with lots of twists & turns which will keep you hooked to your screens.
Commenting on his second outing with ALTBalaji, the handsome hunk Rajeev Siddhartha shared, “Playing such a layered and multi-faceted character of Kiyan Roy has been an extremely fulfilling experience. This is my second stint with ALTBalaji and I cannot wait for the audience to see what we have in store for them!
On her portrayal as the complex Kashti, the lead actress Priya Banerjee said,“I am super excited as the show is releasing today. I cannot wait for the viewers’ response because it is very different from the roles I have done before. I am playing the character of Kashti, who is the most intriguing character of the novel, and the hardest one to play, in my opinion. It’s a complicated character but I am sure people are going to love and accept her.”