PeeCee to produce comedy series based on the life of B-Town’s ‘Dhak Dhak Girl’

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Indian Bollywood film actresses Priyanka Chopra (R) and Madhuri Dixit pose during the promotion of upcoming Hindi film 'Zanjeer', directed by Apoorva Lakhia, on the set of the television Reality Dance Show 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa' in Mumbai on August 20, 2013. AFP PHOTO
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‘Baywatch’ actress Priyanka Chopra is producing a comedy series about Bollywood’s ‘Dhak Dhak Girl’ Madhuri Dixit for US network ABC. According to the sources, the series is based on Madhuri Dixit’s real life and she will also produce the project.

The story will revolve around her life after getting married to a doctor and settling in the suburbs of US and bringing colors to the dull town. In reality, Madhuri left the B-Town when she got married to Dr. Sriram Nene, who was based in the US and then shifted back to Mumbai to start a family.

Sri Rao, a writer for shows like General Hospital: Night Shift, will pen the pilot and executive produce the series, as will Madhuri’s husband. According to the reports, other names attached to the project include Mark Gordon and Nick Pepper through the Mark Gordon Company (MGC), while ABC Studios will co-produce the show with MGC.‘Baywatch’ actress Priyanka Chopra is producing a comedy series about Bollywood’s ‘Dhak Dhak Girl’ Madhuri Dixit for US network ABC. According to the sources, the series is based on Madhuri Dixit’s real life and she will also produce the project.

The story will revolve around her life after getting married to a doctor and settling in the suburbs of US and bringing colors to the dull town. In reality, Madhuri left the B-Town when she got married to Dr. Sriram Nene, who was based in the US and then shifted back to Mumbai to start a family.

Sri Rao, a writer for shows like General Hospital: Night Shift, will pen the pilot and executive produce the series, as will Madhuri’s husband. According to the reports, other names attached to the project include Mark Gordon and Nick Pepper through the Mark Gordon Company (MGC), while ABC Studios will co-produce the show with MGC.