SonyLIV brings light-hearted family drama Potluck

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Mumbai: Homegrown OTT platform SonyLIV brings a light-hearted family drama Potluck, which highlights the importance of family bonding and togetherness. Govind Shastri, the family head, wishes to bring his family closer after his retirement. He and his wife hatch a plan of a fake illness that forces his daughter and two married sons to come under one roof. When a family with different backgrounds and societal differences come together, the underlying interpersonal dynamics lead to a comedy of confusion. Well, will a Potluck bring them together?

A Triplecom Media, Loose Cannons Content Studio & Vial Content presentation, Potluck is produced by Kunal Das Gupta, Pavneet Gakhal, Gaurav Lulla, Vivek Gupta. It is directed by Rajshree Ojha and written by Ashwin Lakshmi Narayan, Bharat Misra, Gaurav Lulla.

The show features Jatin Sial, Kitu Gidwani, Shikha Talsania, Cyrus Sahukar, Ira Dubey, Harman Singha, Saloni Khanna, and Siddhant Karnick in prominent roles.

Jatin Sial as Govind Shashtri said: “Shooting for Potluck was a thrilling yet a heart-warming experience. Every family get-together is special in its own way and brings together endless memories and experiences that stay with you for a lifetime. In this light-hearted show, I play the character of Govind Shastri, who get together for a crazy Potluck. Soon to launch on SonyLIV, the show rides high on the ‘togetherness’ factor of the families and brings alive the quirks of the Shastri family. This one is sure to get you planning your next family get together.”

Kitu Gidwani as Pramila Shastri said: “When I heard the concept of Potluck, and how hilarious it was going to be, especially coming from a name like Kunal Das Gupta, there was no turning back. I absolutely love comedy and so far I have never got the chance to show off my comedic skills, so I was very interested for this one. From the cast to the makers, working with a real bunch of dynamic people was extremely welcoming. The concept, the writing, the direction, with a crazy mix of anecdotes make it a relatable watch. Looking forward to Potluck on SonyLIV.”