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Marathi director Abhijit Panse gears up for his next OTT series 'Raaji-Naama'

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Mumbai, July 2 (IANS) Marathi filmmaker Abhijit Panse, whose recent directorial 'Raanbaazaar' has been receiving a lot of positive response, is set to roll out his next webseries titled 'Raaji-Naama', the poster of which was released on Saturday.

Abhijit has collaborated with entrepreneur-producer Akshay Bardapurkar of Planet Marathi for the OTT series which will naturally premiere on Planet Marathi.

Announcing it on social media, Abhijit Panse wrote in Marathi, "There's a 'Raanbaazaar' happening in Maharashtra, now it's time for me to give 'Raaji-Naama'). Based on the book 'Trading Power' by Priyam Gandhi-Mody. (Soon, dropping on Planet Marathi OTT)."

Abhijit and Akshay's recent collaboration, the hard-hitting political crime thriller 'Raanbaazaar' emerged as one of the 'Most Watched Marathi Web-Series' across the globe clocking more than a million viewers worldwide across 7 countries as per the data shared by the OTT platform.

Presented by Planet Marathi, A Vistas Media Capital Company, the concept of 'Raaji-Naama' is based on Priyam Gandhi-Mody's sensational book 'Trading Power'.

--IANS

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