Yuvraj Singh pads up as ‘corporate’ for a Hotstar special

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Much before padding up for a serious innings to have cricket as a career option, Yuvraj Singh has debuted as a child actor for Punjabi cinema. The dynamic Punjab yet again returned to face camera after announcing his retirement from international and domestic first calls cricket.

After an extraordinary run as a cricketer, Yuvraj is enjoying his time away from the field. Stepping into a new arena, the cricketer is attempting something ‘exciting’ for Hotstar Specials latest series ‘The Office’.

Yuvraj had recently announced his retirement from international cricket; and left behind hordes of disappointed fans still longing for his power-packed hits. Leaving behind his jersey and cricketing gear, Yuvraj will soon be seen in a corporate avatar.

“I have tried my hand at something that is fun and exciting. The curiosity about what I’m doing with Hotstar Specials new show The Office ends today! I’ve had a lot of fun shooting for something special with the cast of the show; and I hope people enjoy watching it – stream now to know more,” says Yuvraj.

With 50% Chill and 60% चुल ‘The Office’ is an official adaptation of the international series. The 13-episode mockumentary chronicles the 9-to-5 lives of the employees at Wilkins Chawla as they navigate through their mundane routine that invariably gives rise to comical situations.

The ensemble cast includes Mukul Chaddha, Gauahar Khan, Ranvir Shorey, Gopal Datt, Sayandeep Sengupta, Samridhi Dewan, Priyanka Setia, Abhinav Sharma, Gavin Methalaka, Preeti Kochar, Sunil Jetly, Chien Ho Liao, Nehpal Gautam and Mayur Bansiwal amongst others.

Watch the video here on Hotstar.

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