Marking the dhak-dhak girl aka Madhuri Dixit’s digital debut, The Fame Game, an 8-episode series released on Netflix on February 25!

The classic heroines of the 90s from Sushmita Sen (Aarya) to Raveen Tandon (Arnayak) are all busy making a comeback and a space for themselves in this otherwise young-age actress-obsessed industry. They’re breaking norms, changing the rules, carving a niche, and telling the world that age is after all just a number. Now with Netflix’s The Fame Game, Madhuri Dixit, who has already made a space for herself on TV as a judge, turns towards OTT platforms like Netflix now. With an 8-episode thriller-mystery backed by Karan Johar’s Dharmatic Entertainment and created by Sri Rao, and directed by Bejoy Nambiar and Karishma Kohli, the official dhak-dhak girl marked her digital debut.

The story of the series which was earlier named Finding Anamika since the story revolves around the sudden disappearance of popular Bollywood actress, Anamika Anand, that leads to police investigation and a spiral of behind-the-camera life and the darker web of secrets, usually the harsh-real truth behind the glamorous face. It seems like the real truth seems to be far away from the reality that we’re made to believe. As the show’s dialogue says, “Camera k aage kuch aur hota hai aur Camera ka sach kuch aur, aur hume wahi sach dhoondna hai”. It sums up the crux of the show very well.

Other than Madhuri, the series also stars Sanjay Kapoor, Manav Kaul, Lakshvir SaranMuskkaan Jaferi, Gagan Arora, and Suhasini Mulay. But was this fictitious, behind-the-scenes reality able to encapture the janta in its thrilling mystery? Let’s find out!

Here’s what the Janta is saying about The Fame Game!

Have you watched this thriller mystery yet? Do tell us about your thoughts in the comments below!

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