Now a web show on 'Love Commandos'

Updated: Aug 22, 2018, 17:45 IST | Shaheen Parkar

Web show on organisation - Love Commandos - that celebrates lovers to tackle various cases they've handled

Now a web show on 'Love Commandos'
Aamir Khan with Sanjoy Sachdev (second from right) and other members of the NGO when shooting for Satyameva Jayate in 2012

A web series based on the non-profit organisation Love Commandos, is said to be in the works. The Delhi-based NGO that helps lovebirds overcome obstacles to be together, had first come under the spotlight when its chief, Sanjoy Sachdev, featured on Aamir Khan's TV show, Satyamev Jayate, as part of an honour killing series.

Being helmed by Faisal Malik of Hamari Film Company, the show is being directed by Sanjeev Sharma of Saat Uchakkey (2016) fame. Malik tells mid-day, "We have secured the rights to narrate their story.

Faisal Malik
Faisal Malik

The casting is underway. Love Commandos helps lovers who are shunned by family and society. Pitching against the act of honour killing, they provide assistance in protecting couples, helping them fight harassment and giving them shelter so that they can be wed. The episodes will be about the members and the cases that they have come across." 

Set up in 2010, the NGO invites volunteers from all walks of life and across the country. Malik has also produced the upcoming web series, Smoke, which stars Kalki Koechlin, Jim Sarbh, Gulshan Devaiah, Neil Bhoopalam and Mandira Bedi.

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