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ALTBalaji's upcoming series 'Home' dwells upon the story of a family struggling to fight for their home stuck into the corrupt hands of the builders. The series is loosely based on the true events revolving around the story about a housing society where families lost their homes due to the misconduct of the builder. Habib Faisal, who presented the story of a middle-class family with his debut film Do Dooni Chaar, will be exploring the genre yet again.
The trailer of the web-series, which was released recently, received a lot of appreciations from celebrities as well as fans. Now, Ekta Kapoor took to her social media to share a heart-touching monologue that features Jeetendra.
Ekta shared the video on Twitter and captioned it as, "My hero my dad my HOME ! We launch our most special show campaign with my dad at d place he calls #MyHOME ! Send in ur photos or videos n we will share d best ones #MyHOME #ALTBalajiOriginal @altbalaji." - (sic)
The one-minute long monologue showcases Jeetendra taking a trip down the memory lane by visiting his first ever house in Mumbai. The veteran actor goes all emotional as he was seen reminiscing his first home.
@ektaravikapoor shares a monologue of her father #Jitendra as he reminisces his first #HOME! #ALTBalajiOriginal #MyHOME @ektaravikapoor @altbalaji @annukapoor_ @supriyapilgaon1 @amolparashar @PandeChetna #ParikshitSahni #HabibFaisal pic.twitter.com/XisLLmXx2Y— Filmibeat.com (@filmibeat) August 24, 2018
Recently, the producer visited the residents of Shahberi village in Greater Noida who lost their homes due to illegal constructions. Regarding the show, Ekta had said, "I hope people like it because it has got nothing that it doesn't rest on any kind of edginess. Apparently, people tell me the bravest thing I've done is by making a show like this which does not have anything that would probably be in the slightest bit different or edgy or shocky which I am quite known for. But this is India and this is for India."
'Home' stars Annu Kapoor, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Amol Parashar and Parikshit Sahani in pivotal roles. The 12-episode show will start streaming on the ALTBalaji app and website from August 29, 2018.