- The first look poster features a little girl lying on the floor
- She can be seen surrounded by pieces of a broken mask
- Breathe: Into The Shadows is the second part of the 2018 series Breathe
Abhishek Bachchan, who is all set to play the lead role in the second season of Prime Video's original 2018 series Breathe, shared the first look of his debut web-series on Friday and we bet it will leave you wanting more. Along with the first look, Abhishek also announced that Breathe: Into The Shadows will premiere on Prime Video starting July 10. Sharing the first look poster, in which a little girl can be seen lying on the floor and surrounded by pieces of a broken mask, the actor wrote: "She lies into the shadows, waiting to be found. Here is the first look of Breathe: Into The Shadows. New series, July 10 on Prime Video."
Take a look:
She lies into the shadows, waiting to be found. Here is the First Look of #BreatheIntoTheShadows. New Series, July 10 on @primevideoin@BreatheAmazon@MenenNithya@TheAmitSadh@SaiyamiKher@mayankvsharma@vikramix@Abundantia_Entpic.twitter.com/9KLI4RfVRr— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) June 12, 2020
The second season of the psychological-thriller series will also star Nithya Menen, Saiyami Kher and Amit Sadh, who will reprise his role as Inspector Kabir Sawant from the first season. The series will also mark Nithya Menen's digital debut. The first part of Breathe featured R Madhavan in the lead role.
Abhishek Bachchan was cast as the lead in Breathe: Into The Shadows in 2018. The actor, earlier talking about his web debut, told news agency PTI that he said yes to the series because of the details of his character: "In Breathe, one of the things that attracted me the most to the story was the details and nuances that were built into the character I play. This is possible in the streaming medium since the time to engage with the audience is nearly four times that of a conventional feature film," he told PTI.
Produced by Abundantia Entertainment, the second season of the series will be directed by Mayank Sharma, who also helmed the first part. Speaking about the series, Mayank said in a statement: "While each character in the show has its own story to tell, viewers will discover just how intriguingly these storylines eventually get interwoven." He added: "With this new chapter I am excited to take Prime members on a new roller-coaster journey of emotions and thrills that will leave you gasping for breath," reported PTI.
(With inputs from PTI)