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Celebs grace the success bash of the latest web series

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Smoke, released 4 days ago on Eros international's app and is garnering some amazing reviews. The series was premiered at this years Cannes festival. Smoke which is a crime drama, set in the underbelly of Goa features Kalki Koechlin, Mandira Bedi, Jim Sarbh, Amit Sial, Gulshan Devaiah, Satyadeep Mishra, Neil Bhoopalam and Prakash Belawadi. The series consists of eleven episodes.

AISHWARYA SAKHUJA AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH AISHWARYA SAKHUJA AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
AISHWARYA SAKHUJA AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
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GULSHAN DEVAIAH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH GULSHAN DEVAIAH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
GULSHAN DEVAIAH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
The series is about greed and power and revolves around lives and interactions of 8 to 10 characters. The series is produced by Hamari Film Company which is headed by Kumud Shahi, Faisal Malik and Bhavya Nidhi Sharma.
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JIM SARBH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH JIM SARBH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
JIM SARBH AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
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SHARAD KELKAR AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH SHARAD KELKAR AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
SHARAD KELKAR AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
Hamari Film Company, on the success of the Web series threw a small party for the cast and crew. The event was also graced by some tv celebs like Sheban Azim, Aishwarya Sakhuja, Sharad Kelkar, Sharad Tripathi.
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NEIL BHOOPALAM AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH NEIL BHOOPALAM AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
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KALKI KOECHLIN AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH KALKI KOECHLIN AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
KALKI KOECHLIN AT SMOKE SUCCESS BASH
At the bash every one seemed happy and in joyful party mood, when asked Kalki about, how she feels being a part of this project she said, " it was amazing to be a part of Smoke. The story is complex, but it is so informative it gives the insights of the whole drug and mafia scenario. The story is not typically about the drug addicts but it's about the business, how the money comes in and where it goes and how it affects. It is different and I am really very happy."
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