Actress Kirti Kulhari said on Monday that she will stay away from social media for a few days. Kulhari took to Twitter and Instagram to inform his fans about his break from the internet and also wished him a happy new year. The actor wrote with his picture, “A little time off social media. All of you guys, have a beautiful ending by 2020 and wish you all a #HappyNewYear # 2021.” The 35-year-old Kulhari, who received praise for his performance in two seasons of “Criminal Justice”, expressed his gratitude for all the love that came his way. The show premiered on 24 December on Disney + Hotstar. Kirti Kulhari visited the sacred Golden Temple to seek blessings, saying ‘Wish you all a beautiful 2021’
“Thank you for all the love for #CriminalJusticeBehindClosedDoors #keepitcoming #behadabhaar,” she said. The title season, by Kulhari, is about Anu Chandra, who confesses to stabbing her husband (Jishu Sengupta). Titled “Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors“, It features actors Pankaj Tripathi and Anupriya Goenka reprising their roles as lawyers. Produced by Applause Entertainment with BBC Studios, the eight-part Hotstar special is directed by Rohan Sippy and Arjun Mukherjee. Written by editor-screenwriter Apoorva Asrani. Criminal Justice Chapter 2: Kirti Kulhari called Pankaj Tripathi’s second season of Legal Drama more solid, gripping
See Kirti Kulhari’s tweet below:
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All of you guys, have a beautiful ending by 2020 and wish you all the best #happy New Year # 2021 ❤️ and thank you for all your love #CriminalJusticeBehindClosedDoors # Let it come 4 #behadabhaar 4 pic.twitter.com/Jumup8IH2v
– Kirti Kulhari (@IamKirtiKulhari) 27 December 2020
The show is an Indian adaptation of Peter Moffat’s hit BBC-produced series, previously adapted into the Emmy Award-winning HBO show “The Night of”. Kulhari will be seen playing the role of a British cop in the Hindi remake of the Hollywood blockbuster “The Girl on the Train” starring Parineeti Chopra. She went on to receive her international Emmy-nominated series “Four More Shots Please!” Are also eager to start shooting for the third season of K.
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