The rise of OTT platforms has transformed the way we consume and engage with television shows. In recent years, it has become increasingly common for shows on OTT to trend even before their official release. The one show that has been doing rounds on the internet is the upcoming show The Trial, starring Kajol, which will also be her full-fledged entry into the OTT series world after Lust Stories 2. In this article, we trace what has worked for the series on social media until now and what are we expecting from it.

All the details of The Trial

The Trial will stream on Disney + Hotstar from 14th July 2023. This Hotstar Special has Kajol Devgan in the lead role. Going by trailer, Jisshu Sengupta, Sheeba Chaddha, Kubbra Sait, Alyy Khan, and Gaurav Pandey are also seen in important roles. 

The Trial is a remake of the popular American television drama series, The Good Wife, that had Julianna Margulies play the lead role. The courtroom drama garnered a lot of attention and love and continued from 2009 to 2016. 

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Social Media Success, The Trial starring Kajol is a remake of The Good wife
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Unlocking the Power of Social Media

Kajol Devgan is not just a notable actor but also a prominent social media personality. With nearly 14.5 million followers on Instagram, she is deeply loved for her honest and descriptive captions and the thoughts she expresses on the social media platform.

Very well aware of her dedicated following on social media, she released a dramatic post stating a difficult time in her life. The fans obviously were concerned about her and the word spread quickly over the internet. She soon started trending with a range of bizarre speculations erupting over her post. While some worried about turbulence in her marriage, some thought of it as a professional mishap. Nobody knew the real reason until Kajol broke the silence herself.

Kajol Creating Social Media for The Trial

A few hours later, when the speculations were at their climax, Kajol dropped the bomb with her announcement. On her social media account, she shared the teaser of The Trial, letting the world know about her courtroom drama.

A series of first

Kajol is known to be a phenomenal actor who has a wide range of work to her name. From the chirpy lover to the powerful mother, there is no character in which Kajol does not fit. This time, she expands her horizon by essaying the role of a lawyer, who makes a comeback to the courtroom after a long gap, to fight one of the toughest trials of her life. 

The Trial also marks Kajol’s debut into the OTT universe, portraying the lead role in a series. Before, the show, Kajol will also be seen in Lust Stories 2, that is will stream on Netflix from 29th June. 

The Trial

Through Noyonika, Kajol is all set to play the role of a resilient and determined Indian woman who finds herself in a similar situation as Alicia Florrick, the character from the original series. She will portray a lawyer who returns to her career after her husband’s involvement in a high-profile scandal, navigating the complexities of the legal world while also dealing with societal expectations and cultural nuances.

The Trial will explore the various legal and political issues, including courtroom battles, political corruption, ethical dilemmas, and the complexities of marriage and relationships. Through its compelling storytelling, complex characters, and intelligent portrayal of the legal system, the show seems like a hit.

Kajol As a Fashionista

With her enchanting simple and radiating personality, Kajol has always been the apple of the eye. However, for the promotion of The Trial, Kajol is looking better than ever before. In a smashing red outfit, she could give any model a run for their money. We think, time is reversing for her and she is getting prettier by every passing hour. 

Kajol’s debut on OTT marks an exciting chapter in her illustrious career. By embracing the digital medium, she has shown her adaptability and willingness to evolve with the changing entertainment landscape. the Indian version of “The Good Wife” with Kajol would be a compelling blend of legal drama, and personal struggles, showcasing Kajol’s acting skills and adding a distinct Indian flavour to the narrative.