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Prime Video announces premiere date for Ananya Panday’s ‘Call Me Bae’

Amazon Prime Video has officially announced the premiere date for ‘Call Me Bae’, an new series starring Ananya Panday. Created by Ishita Moitra and directed by Collin D’Cunha, this eight-part series marks Ananya’s streaming debut, where she plays the lead role of Bella ‘Bae’ Chowdhary. The series is set to premiere on Prime Video on 6th September 2024.

The show boasts an impressive ensemble cast including Vir Das, Gurfateh Pirzada, Varun Sood, Vihaan Samat, Muskkaan Jaferi, Niharika Lyra Dutt, Lisa Mishra, and Mini Mathur, who all play pivotal roles. The makers have also shared a striking poster of the show featuring Ananya Panday set against a backdrop of blue skies and towering buildings. In the poster, Ananya is seen holding shopping bags and dressed in funky attire, exuding a vibrant and dynamic vibe. The caption accompanying the poster reads, “Update your calendars, things are about to glow up!”

‘Call Me Bae’ revolves around the character Bae, who, after being downsized from heiress to hustler, realizes that her most valuable assets aren’t her diamonds but her street smarts and style. Despite being financially broke, Bae refuses to be broken and begins navigating the bustling newsrooms of Mumbai, using her ingenuity and fashion sense to make her way.

This series promises to deliver a blend of drama and comedy, highlighting themes of resilience and self-discovery. Ananya Panday’s portrayal of Bae is highly anticipated, as it showcases her in a fresh and relatable light, reflecting the journey of adapting and thriving against all odds.

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