WATCHO, one of India’s fastest-growing OTT platforms, premieres yet another thriller web series titled 'Happy'.
Close on the back of delivering the enthralling crime drama 'Jaunpur' and award-winning 'Aghaat', this latest series is a gripping crime thriller that follows the journey of a chef named Happy Singh in his pursuit of happiness. The eight-episode web series is live now and available in Hindi.
The thriller revolves around Happy Singh who makes his living working as a chef at a Girls’ Hostel. Known for his grumpy demeanor and extraordinary culinary skills, he is often the center of attention of the residents and working staff. His only family member is his mother who holds him as dear as a 5-year-old child. But things take a different turn when he meets Gunjan, and instantly falls for her. What follows is a mad pursuit of obsessive patterns turning a one-sided lover into an erratic criminal.
Written by Hitesh Bali, under the impactful production of Percept Purple, the show is steeped in a gripping narrative, heart-racing plot twists, building upon the edge-of-your-seat tension with every scene. The star cast includes Bhagwan Das Patel who has played the protagonist Happy. Actor Deeksha Sahu portrays the jovial character of Gunjan with her charming smile and forthcoming personality.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Sukhpreet Singh, Corporate Head – Marketing, DishTV & WATCHO, Dish TV India Ltd. said, "Happy is an unconventional crime thriller that comes with a blend of suspense and hard-hitting drama. The series has carefully crafted characters which makes the story delve into the theme of the class divide and how it reflects upon our society. With an engaging screenplay, background music, and memorable cast performance, the series is a remarkable watch. Shot at some of the most exquisite locations, the series will also be an aesthetic treat to the viewers in all aspects. As a promoter of entertainment, we have always strived to invent and deliver innovative content for our viewers. Happy is yet another testimony to our pathbreaking content, that appeals to regional audiences.”