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ZEE5 Original Drops in the Teaser of New Sci-fi Web Series Skyfire

Skyfire Web Series

Prateik Babbar and Sonal Chauhan’s gripping new web series, Skyfire is one of the first of its type. This Sci-Fi thriller is set to introduce sci-fi entertainment into the web world. After the poster release showering chunks of lighting, this time it’s the teaser launch that has been catching all around.

This entertainment series is all set to launch on May 22 with all eyes on it. The ZEE5 Original’s new web series, Skyfire is a one of its kind of a sci-fi thriller starring. The poster that was dropped earlier remarked the series to be a guaranteed show entertainer. The series is inspired from Aroon Raman’s book, Skyfire, whose rights have already been bought by ZEE5 along with Shabina Khan.

The entire series, Skyfire has been shot in Mumbai, Delhi, Dehradun, Kerala and Bhutan. The story revolves around a boy who gets missing from the slums who is pursued by his teachers who realise that an apocalypse is revolving around as they find the boy stumbling upon the strange and seemingly unrelated incidents that included warnings of natural calamities.

Skyfire co-stars, Jisshu Sengupta, Jatin Goswami and Shataf Firag apart from Prateik and Sonal who are in the lead role.

Taking onto her Instagram handle, Shabina dropped the new poster of the series, Skyfire and captioning it as, “The nature that once nurtured us, is now getting back at us without any mercy. #EndIsNear #Skyfire, premieres 22nd May only on #ZEE5! @zee5premium @_prat @sonalchauhan @senguptajisshu @jatin_goswami1 @malasalariya @anandita_bose” (sic).

Sonal also shared her Skyfire’s trailer on her Instagram handle that instantly received over a lakh views. Talking to DNA, Sonal also shared her thoughts working in the series, revealing, “I wanted to get into the web space, but I hadn’t found anything satisfactory. When Shabina told me about this series, I was instantly interested. I had not read the book then but now, we have been doing our readings together. I have now read the book twice. It’s an interesting concept about weather control and is in the sci-fi space. It’s going to mess with people’s heads. It’s an issue that needs to be thought about; it’s scary but fascinating.”

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