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Anupam Kher happy to part of American series 'Sense8'

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Mumbai: Veteran actor Anupam Kher, who will feature in Netflix's series “Sense8” is elated over joining the team of the American fiction drama.

“Presenting the sensational trailer of Wachowskys @sense8 for #Netflix. Happy to part of this terrific project,” Anupam tweeted on late Sunday.

The plot of the series revolves around eight strangers from eight different parts of the world, and how one thing connects them together in a very distinctive relationship.

The trailer takes the viewers through ups and downs of these eight people. Though Anupam didn’t feature in the trailer, the video was packed with action and thrill set against a griping mystery. The series also stars Tina Desai along with Joe Pantoliano, Doona Bae, Naveen Andrews and Daryl Hannah.

The show is directed and produced by The Wachowskis brothers, who have worked on several Hollywood projects including the “Matrix” trilogy and the upcoming Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis-starrer “Jupiter Ascending”.

All twelve episodes of the series will be available on Netflix on June 5.

This is not Anupam's first stint in an international project as he has garnered applause from the audience and makers of the West through projects like “Silver Linings Playbook”, “Bend It Like Beckham”, “The Mistress of Spices” and “The Other End of the Line”.

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