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Netflix Drops The Trailer Of ‘Maamla Legal Hai’ – Where Laughter Is The Only Verdict

Mumbai, February 16, 2024: Netflix is all set to venture into unchartered territory with Maamla Legal Hai, a courtroom comedy like no other. The freshly released trailer gives viewers a sneak peek into the hilariously chaotic world of the fictional Patparganj District Court. Here, a team of unique lawyers handles some bizarre cases with a delightful blend of humor. Produced by Posham Pa Pictures (Jaadugar, Kaala Paani) with showrunner Sameer Saxena at the helm and directed by Rahul Pandey, the series is set to premiere on March 1.

Did you know “paanch log milkar loot kar hi nahi sakte” (five people, together, cannot loot someone) Why, you ask? Because “yeh toh dacoity ka case hai” (this is a case of dacoity)! From a parrot being put on trial due to its foul language to other odd cases based on real incidents, these jugaadu (unconventional) lawyers throw some unexpected courtroom punchlines with their quick wit and unconventional tactics.

Meet the lawyers of Patparganj District Court: There’s VD Tyagi (Ravi Kishan), a shrewd lawyer who challenges the lambe haath (long arms) of justice. Joining him is Harvard LLM alum, Ananya Shroff (Naila Grrewal), a passionate advocate for justice and the latest addition to the crew. Meanwhile, there’s Sujata Negi (Nidhi Bisht), the OG Didi who hasn’t represented a single case so far, and who simply wants to have her own air-conditioned chamber. Last but not least is Vishwas Pandey (Anant V Joshi), the court manager who considers himself the Donna Paulson of Patparganj District Court, a nod to the savvy secretary from the popular TV show, Suits. Rest assured, inka sirf coat kaala hai par dil nahi (Only the coat that they wear is black, not their hearts).

Speaking about the show, actor Ravi Kishan shares, “This is my first time donning the character of a lawyer and I can’t tell you how much fun it was. Working with Sameer, Rahul, and Saurabh was a delight, their vision truly inspired me. When they first narrated the show to me, I couldn’t say no, simply because I could visualize these characters and their shenanigans. After ‘Khakee’, this is my second project with Netflix, and I love how they challenge every actor with diverse roles. I hope the audience enjoys watching ‘Maamla Legal Hai’ as much as we enjoyed making it.

Maamla Legal Hai premieres March 1, only on Netflix!

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