The sitcom about the life of Madhuri Dixit in the United States, which will be produced by Priyanka Chopra, has been shelved


In 2017, actress Priyanka Chopra announced that she had become the producer of an American comedy series based on the life of actress Madhuri Dixit. The series was to be written and directed by Sri Rao, who has now directed “The Fame Game”. The show was based on Dixit’s life in suburban America after she gave up acting and married Dr. Sriram Nene. Dixit has now confirmed that the American series based on his life and supported by Chopra is no longer performing. Currently, Dixit is getting love for her debut Netflix series “The Fame Game.”

However, as Indian Express now reports from a panel interview, Dixit revealed that there are ongoing talks related to the show and that Sri Rao has also been working on the script. However, it was not approved. She said, “We were trying to pitch it and ‘The Fame Game’ director Sri Rao, who wrote the script for the show, was also involved in that project. But sometimes things work out and sometimes things don’t. We I tried to get this sitcom approved but it didn’t work.”

The actress clarified that the show was not meant to be her autobiography, but part fiction, a reality series that had certain instances of her life after moving to Denver where no one knew her. Dixit confirmed that this is no longer happening. She said, “It’s done and we’re not working on it anymore.”

Madhuri Dixit recently made her OTT debut with “The Fame Game” series with co-actors Sanjay Kapoor and Manav Kaul. Dixit fans were eager to see her back on screens as they last saw her in Karan Johar’s film “Kalank” a few years ago.


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