SonyLIV’s light-hearted drama series ‘Potluck’ is inspired by ‘A family that eats together, stays together’. Directed by Rajshree Ojha, the series is nothing, but an al carte of emotions seasoned with a spoonful of madness and a lot of love. The series is scheduled to be released on 10th September 2021.
Potluck is a Triplecom Media, Loose Cannons Content Studio & Vial Content presentation, produced by Kunal Das Gupta, Gaurav Lulla, Pavneet Gakhal, and Vivek Gupta. The series is written by Ashwin Lakshmi Narayan, Bharat Misra, Gaurav Lulla.
The series will star Harman Singha, Cyrus Sahukar, Ira Dubey, Jatin Sial, Kitu Gidwani, Salonie Patel, Siddhant Karnick, and Shikha Talsania.
Ashish Golwalkar, Head – Content, SET and Digital Business said, “SonyLIV believes in entertaining viewers with an array of binge-worthy and diverse content. Bringing yet another refreshing narrative, ‘Potluck’ is a family entertainer which focuses on the underlying interpersonal dynamics of a modern Indian family. We’re sure that varied emotions will come to life as families can sit together and watch this beautifully conceptualized show.”
Rajshree Ojha, Director said, “Family plays an integral part in every individual’s life and with Potluck we have tried to portray that very sentiment. Every character of the Shastri family defines and enacts the true meaning of a family. I hope this show brings folks together and gives them a reason to plan their own potluck. In these crazy times, we all came together and tried to bring a Smile to the audiences face, which is the best medicine. We are happy to collaborate with SonyLIV to offer this sweet and spicy ‘Potluck’ to our viewers.”
Pavneet Gakhal & Gaurav Lulla, Creators said, “As a concept, Potluck looks at the social structure of ‘Family’ through a very different gaze. The modern Indian family has evolved a lot over the last few years and these changes are at the heart of this show. Every character and situation has been crafted keeping in mind the contemporary familial setup and how those interactions have changed in recent times. We have tried to maintain an urban, cosmopolitan flavour to the show, bringing out the nuances of everyday situations in a unique manner. The show also avoids typecasting the bonds within the family which itself leads to funny, wholesome and relatable moments. With our collaboration with SonyLIV, we hope to reach a wider set of audience who can enjoy Potluck with families”