Litti Wala Love: A Web Series By Biharis for the Nation.
Litti Wala Love: A Web Series By Biharis for the Nation, the show is directed by Ankit Bhardwaj and it is written by Ashesh Singh.
Litti Wala Love is made under the banner called Lahsun Films and it is considered as the first standard romantic comedy to come out from Bihar. The show is getting rave reviews and it is being loved by the Patnaits and also by the viewers residing in other parts of the country.
The show has 6 episodes and you can watch it for free on YouTube.
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Litti Wala Love is a story of an unadulterated Patna based boy called Nandan who falls in love with a girl who is a convent product, they met on Facebook first and things begins from there and Nandan takes help from his childhood friend Lallan to woo the sophisticated girl. The dialogues have the pure Patna flavor and also catchy enough for the country as a whole to enjoy the show.
The show features Ravi Singh, Muskaan Sinha and Anshuman Kumar in the lead roles while Subodh Kumar Sinha, Ragini Sinha, Manisha, RJ Shreyansh Rakhecha, Ugresh Thakur, and Manisha Khurani are playing the supporting roles.
The key members of the show are promoting it on various platforms to make the viewers aware about the web series and recently they appeared on News4bharat’s fun talk show hosted by English Novelist Agam Anand.
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In the Again Anand’s show Ankit Bhardwaj revealed that; they could have finished the shooting in just 15 days but it was so good to be with the team on the sets that they ended up taking 30 days to shoot it just to be together. The Lahsun Films team is working on something better and they’ll be back with a bang soon.
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