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Trailer for the Young Adult Drama “Class” Has an Exciting Twist! Watch Now!

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When the need to survive is strong, emotions run high and logic goes out the window. Even the smallest thing can cause a mistake or even a crime. Three scholarship students from the other side of the track who have nothing to lose join an elite school where the students have the world in the palm of their hands.

What will happen when these two very different worlds meet? At school, fights are starting to happen, secrets are getting worse, and everyone is a suspect. In February, it’s time to get out your pen and paper and start taking notes, because school is FINALLY back in session!

The trailer for Netflix India’s young adult series is a classic example of the mishaps and chaos that will happen when everyone is under the same roof, paths cross, ideas clash, and emotions run high at Hampton International. Chaos is right around the corner, just like any emotional upset. But when a murder is involved, everyone betrays each other and no one is who they say they are. After all, secret relationships often lead to secret betrayals.

Netflix’s Class is based on the Spanish series Elite, which was a huge hit around the world. It’s a coming-of-age thriller like no other.

In Class, Gurfateh Pirzada, Anjali Sivaraman, Ayesha Kanga, Chayan Chopra, Chintan Rachchh, Cwaayal Singh, Madhyama Segal, Moses Koul, Naina Bhan, Piyush Khati, and Zeyn Shaw are all part of a young, dynamic ensemble cast.

Tanya Bami, Series Head, Netflix India, talked about Netflix’s plans for bringing Class to audiences in India. She said, “Class, the Indian version of our popular Spanish series Elite, was a perfect reflection of a powerful story about a class divide.

So, we decided to change the story to fit the Indian culture, with a variety of characters from different backgrounds dealing with unexpected turn of events. It’s a journey that will keep people on the edge of their seats. The series gives an honest look at the problems, feelings, and conflicts that young people face every day. We can’t wait for our members to see this exciting series.”

Ashim Ahluwalia, the director, was excited about the release of the trailer. He said, “It was quite a challenge to adapt a show that has a lot of fans all over the world, especially since I wanted to change the way it was shot and set it in New Delhi. I wanted to make something real and intense, something that shows how strong emotions are when you’re a teenager. I also wanted to talk about class, which is something we deal with every day but is rarely shown in a realistic way on screen.

He also said, “Class takes place in a world where the rich have everything they could want, except for a clean conscience, and the poor have to make their way through it in a dangerous way. It is a wild and volatile affair between the rich and the poor.” I’m grateful to Netflix for helping me make this show the way I wanted it to be and for believing we could make something truly unique and special. We had a hard-working crew and an amazing, young cast, almost all of whom were new discoveries who were just amazing on screen. I think it’s safe to say that this series is unlike anything India has ever seen before.”

Even though words are said and promises are made, promises are broken, friendships are lost, and the students at this elite school seem to be in for a real spin. Move over, high school dramas, because Netflix’s “Class” is about to heat things up in February!

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