Mumbai, June 3 (IANS) Sushmita Sen is set to make her acting comeback, and she has shared the first glimpse of her fierce avatar in the upcoming web series "Aarya".
The actress, who was last seen in the 2015 Bengali film "Nirbaak", shared the look on social media.
Sharing a short video on Instagram, she wrote, "Aapne bulaaya aur hum chale aaye!!"
"Now it's your turn to tell me, what you think #Aarya is about? Tell me in the comments below and the lucky one who comes closest to guessing it right...goes live with me here on Instagram very very soon," she added while asking fans to guess the premise of the show.
In the video, Sushmita can be seen practicing aerial workout. Towards the end, the audience gets a glimpse of her fierce look.
"To turn her world upside down. New home, new ropes! #aarya #firstlook," she added.
The actress also revealed that the trailer of the show will be out on June 5.
"‘Life can sometimes fall to pieces, before the pieces can fall into place' #aarya #trailer release on 5th June 2020," she said.
Aarya is directed by "Neerja" maker Ram Madhvani. Other details about the show are currently under wraps.
It is being reported that "Aarya" is a remake of the Dutch crime thriller series "Penoza". It is about a widow who takes over her husband's organised crime business after he is killed, in lieu of turning into a state witness.
The show will soon premiere on Disney+Hotstar.
Mumbai, July 10 (IANS) State-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) has reported a borrowal fraud of Rs 3,688.58 crore in the NPA account of the now bankrupt Dewan Housing Finance Ltd (DHFL).
In a regulatory filing, the bank said that it has already made provisions amounting to Rs 1,246.58 crore.
"A fraud of Rs 3,688.58 crore is being reported by the bank to RBI in the accounts of the company (DHFL). Bank has already made provisions amounting to Rs 1,246.58 crore, as per prescribed prudential norms," it said.
Several other banks have already declared DHFL as a fraud account.
Last November, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) superseded the Board of Directors of the company and appointed an administrator and accordingly, the board powers were vested in the firm's administrator.
Further, the Mumbai-bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) at Mumbai commenced the CIRP against the company in December, following an application by the RBI.
The company reportedly has debt of around Rs 97,000 crore and has allegedly siphoned off Rs 31,000 crore from the total bank loans.
Its promoters Kapil Wadhawan and Dheeraj Wadhawan were arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation in April.