Mira Nair is a known filmmaker in B Town. She is known to make good movies in B Town and now seems to have turned to the digital world. As per the latest buzz, the lady is all set to make a series for Amazon Prime on The Jungle Prince of Delhi, which has remained the 2020 Pulitzer Prize finalist New York Times story and podcast. Yes, you heard it right, the lady is willing to convert the article into a drama series for digital giant Amazon.
Ellen Barry is the writer of the article and he has talked about the history of the royal family of Oudh who have been based in the ruined palace in Delhi and has alleged that their heirs are responsible for bringing out their kingdom in the state. The moment Barry learnt that Mira is all set to make a series out of it, he was excited to know the same. Check what he has tweeted about it:
Exciting news: The Jungle Prince, my piece about one of Delhi’s great legends, a mysterious family who lived in a ruined palace in the forest, will be adapted for a series by the great @MiraPagliNair, Amazon & Sister Pictures, the producers of Chernobyl. https://t.co/2IM5QakpBP
— Ellen Barry (@EllenBarryNYT) July 9, 2020
Mira is known for her movies like Monsoon Wedding, Salam Bombay!, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and The Namesake. She has also made a film on Vikram Seth’s novel A Suitable Boy for BBC. Now, she is all set to adapt the New York Times’ article The Jungle Prince of Delhi. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us.