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All episodes of The Freelancer: The Conclusion to stream on Disney+ Hotstar in December

Directed by Bhav Dhulia, the first four episodes of the thriller series premiered on September 1

PTI Mumbai Published 17.11.23, 12:20 PM
A still of Mohit Raina from The Freelancer

A still of Mohit Raina from The Freelancer

Disney+ Hotstar on Thursday announced that all episodes of its thriller series "The Freelancer: The Conclusion" will be available for streaming from December 15.

The platform premiered the first four episodes of the show on September 1. Based on Shirish Thorat's book "A Ticket to Syria", the series is created by Neeraj Pandey and directed by Bhav Dhulia.


Produced by Shital Bhatia of Friday Storytellers, "The Freelancer" stars Mohit Raina in the title character also known as Avinash, Anupam Kher as analyst Dr. Khan, Kashmira Pardesi as Aliya, a young girl held against her will in a war-torn Syria.

Bhatia said they are happy to see "The Freelancer" receive love and appreciation from the audiences.

"With 'The Freelancer: The Conclusion' audiences will be taken through the thrilling journey of Aliya and Avinash culminating in an exciting finish!" the producer said in a statement.

Raina said his character Avinash Kamath's graph has grown with each episode.

"It was the first time I explored something like this and I am glad the audiences thoroughly enjoyed it and are in for a nail biting extraction mission as Avinash is all set to roll in action with 'The Freelancer: The Conclusion'," the actor said.

Talking about the series, Kher added, "With the first part, viewers witness Aliya's struggle and with 'The Freelancer: The Conclusion', it is time to take the audiences on the extraction mission as Avinash Kamath risks it all and enters the war stricken zone to rescue Aliya. I am sure the fast-paced action and gripping suspense, will leave the audiences at the edge of their seats." Sushant Singh, John Kokken, Gauri Balaji, Navneet Malik, Manjiri Faddnis, and Sarah Jane Dias also round out the cast of the show.

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