“Shantaram”, the series based on the best-selling book of the same name – Books

“Shantaram”, the series based on the best-selling book of the same name – Books
“Shantaram”, the series based on the best-selling book of the same name – Books
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(ANSA) – ROME, SEPTEMBER 14 – Shantaram, Gregory David Roberts’ masterpiece already acclaimed as a contemporary classic, of over a thousand pages, becomes a TV series whose title is the same as the book starring Charlie Hunnam. Apple TV + today unveiled the trailer for the new drama series featuring Hunnam (“Sons of Anarchy”). Based on Gregory David Roberts’ best-seller, the long-awaited Apple Original series will debut on Apple TV + on October 14 with the first three episodes of twelve total, followed by a new episode every Friday, through December 16. “Shantaram” follows a fugitive named Lin Ford (Charlie Hunnam) who tries to lose track of him in the vibrant and chaotic Bombay of the 1980s. Alone in an unfamiliar city, Lin struggles to escape the troubles he is running from in this new place. After falling in love with an enigmatic and intriguing woman named Karla, Lin must choose between freedom or love and the complications that come with it. In addition to Charlie Hunnam, the series also stars Shubham Saraf, Elektra Kilbey, Fayssal Bazzi, Luke Pasqualino, Antonia Desplat, Alyy Khan, Sujaya Dasgupta, Vincent Perez, David Field, Alexander Siddig, Gabrielle Scharnitzky, Elham Ehsas, Rachel Kamath, Matthew Joseph and Shiv Palekar. The series is co-created, written and produced by Steve Lightfoot, who is also showrunner. Bharat Nalluri is director and executive producer, as well as Andrea Barron, Nicole Clemens, Steve Golin, Justin Kurzel and Eric Warren Singer, who co-created the series.

“Shantaram” is produced for Apple by Paramount Television Studios and Anonymous Content’s AC Studios. (HANDLE).

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