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Ananya Panday reveals the energetic ensemble of her “Big Girls Don’t Cry” series

<p>With the release of a special video presenting the main characters of her new original series, “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” Ananya Panday is sure to enthrall viewers. The show, which is helmed by Nitya Mehra and Sudhanshu Saria, is slated to explore the thrilling realm of Vandana Valley, a prominent boarding school exclusively for ladies.</p>
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<p>Excitement was increased when the lively cast—which included Avantika Vandanapu, Aneet Padda, Dalai, Vidushi, Lhakyila, Afrah Sayed, and Akshita Sood—was revealed in a humorous video with Ananya Panday.</p>
<p>The series, which stars Pooja Bhatt, Raima Sen, and Zoya Hussain among an ensemble cast of mostly women, is expected to question social mores and delve into topics of independence, rebellion, friendship, love, and aspirations.</p>
<p>The series’ author, Nitya Mehra, said that she wanted to accurately depict Indian girls’ school lives while emphasizing their path toward empowerment and self-discovery. “Big Girls Don’t Cry” seeks to provide young girls discovering their identities a meaningful story while celebrating sisterhood and girl gangs.</p>
<p>The series showcases Prime Video’s dedication to varied storytelling and is set to debut exclusively on the platform on March 14 in India and over 240 other countries and territories. The head of Prime Video’s India Originals, Aparna Purohit, stressed the company’s commitment to provide real voices that connect with a wide audience.</p>
<p>Even though she isn’t in the series, Ananya Panday expressed her enthusiasm for the project by thinking back to her own school days and the feelings of nostalgia it brings. She underlined how the show makes for a realistic and entertaining viewing by capturing the essence of young girls’ feelings and experiences.</p>
<p>With its promise to provide viewers with an intimate look into the thoughts, emotions, and lives of young girls forging brave and resilient pathways, “Big Girls Don’t Cry” is sure to be a moving ode to the adolescent experience. With a compelling plot and a gifted cast, the series is sure to find a home with viewers everywhere when it launches on Prime Video.</p>

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