Gormint (Amazon Prime) Web Series is an Indian drama Web Series. The series is available Amazon Prime Video. It is produced by Only Much Louder.
Amazon Prime India is by all accounts prepared to resuscitate its original satire show ‘Gormint’, after it being racked for a few years.
While the show was reported two years back, it went into oblivion after Irrfan Khan – who played the lead – was determined to have cancer. He has since been in the United States for his treatment.
Gormint was later expected to be rejected after All India Bakchod, the satire aggregate support the show, was disintegrated following charges of lewd behavior against one of its parts.
It is directed by Apayya KM. Furthermore, the series will be a fictional and poli-comedy show. It will also star Girish Kulkarni, Shikha Talsania, Smita Jayakar, and Sulabha Arya in important roles.
‘Gormint’ has been produced by Gursimran Khamba. Furthermore, he has co-written it along with Gaurav Mishra and Dhruv Narang.
On the work front, Irrfan will be seen next in the Hindi Medium sequel titled Angrezi Medium. It also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Pankaj Tripathi, and Radhika Madan.
The political parody Gormint has been inside the works throughout recent years. Initially, to be composed by utilizing AIB’s Gursimran Khamba, the ascent of the #MeToo development in India saw him disposed of following charges of inappropriate behavior.
The story should be lead by Irrfan at first. In any case, he left the show after being determined to have a neuroendocrine tumor.
Allegations and Further Controversies
Gursimran Khamba, a co-founder of popular comedy collective All India Bakchod (AIB), was accused of sexual misconduct by an anonymous woman on social media last month. She accused him of “emotional blackmail” and of trying to force himself on her. Khamba has denied any wrongdoing.
AIB has since placed Khamba on a temporary leave of absence. At the time, Khamba was the showrunner and creator of Gormint, a political satire that AIB was producing for Amazon Prime Video along with talent and event management firm Only Much Louder (OML).
There is no official announcement about the release date of the show as of now.