Manoj Bajpayee’s first series The Family Man Season 1 has leaked online by piracy website Tamilrockers. Amazon Prime Video’s newest original series is a socio-political action thriller that revolves around a government agent Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee), who struggles to balance the secrecy of his counter-terrorism job with the demands of his personal life that includes his family: a wife Suchitra Tiwari (Priyamani) and two kids.
The Family Man series is now streaming officially on Amazon Prime Video in India. All the 10 episodes of The Family Man Season 1 are available on Amazon Prime Video. The Family Man was co-written, directed, and produced by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. (Raj) of Go Goa Gone fame.
The series has been inspired by real events like Islamic radicalisation of south Indian youth, and the logistical & financial constraints and restrictions faced by India’s intelligence agencies.
Along with Manoj Bajpayee and Priyamani, The Family Man also features Sharib Hashmi as Srikant’s partner J.K. Talpade, Neeraj Madhav as ISIS recruit Moosa Rehman, debutants Mehek Thakur and Vedant Sinha as the elder and younger Tiwari siblings Dhriti and Atharv, Pawan Chopra as Srikant’s boss Mr. Sharma, Kishore Kumar as Mumbai Police’s Force One officer Pasha, Shreya Dhanwanthary as new agent Zoya, Shahab Ali as Sajid, Sharad Kelkar as Suchitra’s former colleague Arvind, Mir Sarwar as Faizan, Dalip Tahil as Srikant’s mentor Kulkarni, and Gul Panag as Srinagar NIA officer Saloni Bhatt.
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