SonyLIV’s ‘Freedom at Midnight’ adds a twist with Pakistan leader Jinnah & Sister Fatima!

Hey there! So, guess what? SonyLIV has just dropped some juicy details about their upcoming series “Freedom at Midnight” and you won’t believe who they’ve cast as the iconic figures from Pakistan – Mohammed Ali Jinnah and his sister Fatima.

Now, if you’re a history buff or just like a good drama, you’re in for a treat because this series is based on the true events surrounding India’s independence movement. Think untold tales, critical moments, and of course, the infamous partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

Let’s talk about the man of the hour, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, played by the talented Arif Zakaria. This guy is no stranger to historical roles, having portrayed Acharya Kripalani and Nehru in previous projects. And get this – while Gandhi was all about unity, Jinnah was all for the partition. Talk about drama!

And who’s playing Fatima Jinnah? None other than Ira Dubey, known for her role in the Netflix series “Scoop.” She’s super excited about this role because it’s unlike anything she’s done before. The bond between Fatima and her brother, Jinnah, is a hidden gem that this series will explore.

The series is being produced by Monisha Advani and Madhu Bhojwani, with Nikkhil Advani as the showrunner and director. The writing team includes some talented folks like Abhinandan Gupta, Adwitiya Kareng Das, Gundeep Kaur, Divya Nidhi Sharma, Revanta Sarabhai, and Ethan Taylor.

And guess what? The cast doesn’t stop there. Sidhant Gupta is playing Nehru, Chirag Vohra as Gandhi, and Rajendra Chawla as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This is shaping up to be one epic historical drama that you won’t want to miss.

So, if you’re a fan of history, drama, or just good ol’ storytelling, mark your calendars for “Freedom at Midnight.” Who knew history could be this exciting, right? Now, go ahead and share this article with your friends because you know they’ll thank you for the heads up on this epic series. Let’s dive into some historical drama, shall we?

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