ALTBALAJI REVEALS OFFICIAL POSTER OF ITS NEXT WEB SERIES, 'WHO'S YOUR DADDY', AND IT'S DESIGNED TO GRAB YOUR ATTENTION!

ALTBalaji and ZEE5 will soon be out with their new web series — a comedy drama, intriguingly titled, 'Who's Your Daddy'. ALTBalaji revealed the first look of the upcoming series recently, and it is certain to make everyone sit up and take notice. 

The series is a comedy of errors, starring skilled actor Rahul Dev in a never-seen-before avatar. If you've always seen Rahul Dev grim, grouchy and grimacing, prepare to be taken by surprise with his hilarious turn as retired Subedar-major, Prem Singh Barnala. The first look poster adds to the element of fun, with Rahul Dev looking suave and sophisticated, as he poses salaciously with a couple of hot beauties. 

Prem Singh's son Soggy, played by Harsh Beniwal, runs a DVD rental business in Delhi. His speciality - supplying sleazy and sexy porn films to Delhi society's hoity-toity ladies. Harsh poses as the quintessential ladies man in the first look poster, albeit a bit dazed, wondering what hit him. 

What really hits him is the paternity question of 'Soggy ka beta', played by Nikhil Bhambri.  No one knows the paternity of the young lad, 'Soggy ka beta', not even Soggy. That's where the series gets its name from - 'Who's Your Daddy?' — got it?

The female cast is made up of pretty ladies, Anveshi Jain, Kasturi Banerjjee and Lizaa Malik. 

The poster is designed to grab maximum eyeballs. It features three panels, each showing off one of the three male protagonists. The poster stands out with a vibrant pallette of red, white and black, save for a pop of electric pink for 'Soggy ka beta'. 

The poster is stylish, sexy and sophisticated, so not in keeping with its Delhi backdrop. 

Check out the first look poster of 'Who's Your Daddy' and judge for yourself! Here it is - 

 https://twitter.com/altbalaji/status/1240526756299210753?s=19

Who's Your Daddy will stream very soon on ALTBalaji and ZEE5. Stay tuned to LetsOTT for the forthcoming trailer and release date. 

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