Amazon has unveiled its new Indian original series, Breathe, which arrives later this month.
Directed by Mayank Sharma and produced by Vikram Malhotra, Breathe is a gritty psychological drama that follows the lives of ordinary men faced with extraordinary circumstances.
Kabir Sawant (Amit Sadh), a brilliant but unconventional officer of the Mumbai Crime Branch, puts the pieces together of seemingly unconnected deaths that lead to an unlikely suspect – the affable Danny Mascarenhas (R. Madhavan). As Danny faces the difficult choice between morality and the slim possibility of saving his dying son’s life, Kabir will not stop till he cracks the case and delivers justice.
Produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Breathe will launch as a trilingual 8 episode series simultaneously in the UK and 200+ countries and territories worldwide on India’s Republic Day, Friday 26th January.
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