Ray trailer: Netflix’s new anthology promises a thrilling, engaging ride

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Netflix on Tuesday dropped the trailer of its next original Ray. The anthology will have four gripping stories inspired by the works of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray. Manoj Bajpayee, Ali Fazal, Harshvarrdhan Kapoor and Kay Kay Menon will shoulder each story based on ‘ego, revenge, envy and betrayal’. Ray is set to stream on Netflix from June 25.

The trailer begins with a voice-over stating that mankind is no less than God as it too gives birth and creates another human. We are then introduced to Ipsit Nair (Fazal), a man who is said to have the memory of a computer. Next up is Harshvardhan’s Bollywood superstar who encounters a God woman and is amazed at her popularity. Manoj Bajpayee, fresh from the success of The Family Man 2, plays Musafir Ali, a ghazal singer, who is on a journey to seek his lost fame. And finally, we get a glimpse of Kay Kay Menon’s character, who, despite a stable job, wants to create art as a makeup artist.

All four characters’ lives go for a toss, and the stories will depict their journey and also explore the vulnerabilities and multiple shades of the characters. The four stories titled Hungama Hai Kyon Barpa, Forget Me Not, Bahrupiya and Spotlight promise an engaging and thrilling ride for the audience. Towards the end, the voice-over warns that whenever a man believes himself to be God, he has a major downfall.


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