Recently, viewers saw Kubbra Sait in the acclaimed web series Farzi on Amazon Prime Video. Shahid Kapoor, Vijay Sethupathi, Kay Kay Menon, and Raashii Khanna are the show’s primary cast members. It is directed by Raj and DK, the team of The Family Man. Now, it appears that the actress has landed a major web series, and that too with renowned director Prakash Jha.
The Good Wife on Disney+ Hotstar will be her next appearance
According to our source, Kubbra has already begun filming this show in the important Uttar Pradesh cities and has already finished some of it. Jha is the show’s director.
The source continued, “During a month-long schedule, Kubbra extensively shot in Prayagraj, Lucknow, and the surrounding locations. After the shoot, Kubbra left for a month-long business trip to LA. She will start filming for the series when she gets back in April.
Kubbra appeared in Rajat Kapoor’s eccentric play RK/RKay last year, which earned high praise from reviewers. The Good Wife on Disney+ Hotstar will be her next appearance. The show, directed by Suparn Verma and based on the American legal and political drama of the same name, also stars Kajol, Sheeba Chaddha, Aamir Ali, and Alyy Khan.
About Kubbra Sait
Zakariah Sait and Yasmin Sait welcomed Kubbra Sait into the world on July 27, 1983 in Bangalore. Danish Sait, her younger brother, works as a radio host and a television host. Tanveer Sait, her uncle, is a politician. In Karnataka, her grandpa Azeez Sait served as a minister. After graduating from Bangalore’s National Institute of Information & Management Sciences in 2005, she relocated to Dubai. When she was about thirteen years old, she began hosting shows. Before pursuing a career in the entertainment sector, Sait began her work as an accounts manager with Microsoft in Dubai.
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She was the 2013 recipient of India’s Best Female Emcee.  In 2009, she was also crowned Miss Personality at the Miss India International Beauty Pageant. Sait received recognition for her portrayal of Kukoo, a transgender woman, in the Netflix series Sacred Games.  The 47th International Emmy Awards’ Best Drama category had a nomination for the Netflix original. On November 25, 2019, the Emmy Awards were held, and Sait represented Sacred Games there.