Special Ops 1.5 will tell the story of Himmat Singh’s early years

New Delhi: Popular Disney Plus Hotstar espionage thriller Special Ops is back with the title Special Ops 1.5: The Himmat Story. Its trailer was released on Tuesday, the series will tell the story of Agent Himmat Singh’s formative years.

The project is directed by filmmaker Neeraj Pandey of Friday Storytellers in association with Shivam Nair.

Talking about the latest installment, Neeraj Pandey said that Special Ops has managed to make a place in the hearts of the audience, as the story of each character has become an intense driving point in the series. But one character that stood out to fans in a big way was Himmat Singh.

With Special Ops 1.5: The Himmat Story, we wanted to build upon the Universe of Special Ops and give fans a glimpse into the making of their favorite RAW agent. In this part viewers will see how Himmat Singh became the person they love so much

The character of Himmat Singh has been especially liked by the audience.

The upcoming thriller is a treat for action buffs and will explore how she went from being the country’s biggest spy to the nation’s biggest menace.

Actor Kay Kay Menon, who garnered immense love from the audience for his portrayal of Himmat Singh, will be seen reprising the role. The character of Himmat Singh will traverse the difficult lanes of politics, red tape and honey trapping in this action-packed installment.

Apart from Kay Kay Menon, Special Ops 1.5: The Himmat Story also stars Aftab Shivdasani, Gautami Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Parmeet Sethi, KP Mukherjee, Aishwarya Sushmita, Maria Ryaboshpaka, Shiv Jyoti Rajput, Vijay Vikram Singh and Shantanu Ghatak.

The mini-series has been shot in Mumbai, Delhi and multiple locations like Malaysia, Ukraine and Mauritius, and will release on November 12 on Disney Plus Hotstar.

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