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From Elite to Class: How Netflix’s Indian Remake is Changing the Conversation About Class Inequality

The wait is finally over! Netflix’s new eight-part series Class, directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, has arrived on the streaming platform on February 3, 2023. This series is an Indian remake of the Spanish mystery series Elite, and it follows three working-class students “from the other side of the lane” who, after receiving an education at a prestigious school, must navigate their way through the social hierarchy.

The cast of Class includes a mix of both newcomers and experienced actors. The main trio of protagonists consists of newbies Rohan Rajput, Aditya Shrivastava, and Kriti Sharma. Rajput plays the role of a rebellious teen from a small town who is determined to make his mark on the world. Shrivastava takes on the role of a rich and privileged student who is used to getting what he wants. Sharma plays a strong-willed and independent young woman who is determined to fight for what she believes in.

The supporting cast of Class includes an array of talented actors. There’s Neha Sharma, who plays the role of an ambitious and competitive student. Amrita Subhash stars as the school’s headmistress, while Manish Chaudhary plays the role of a strict and intimidating teacher. Other notable cast members include Shweta Tripathi, Abhishek Banerjee, and Anupriya Goenka.

Class is sure to be an exciting and thrilling series that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. With a talented cast and a gripping storyline, this Elite remake is sure to be a hit. So be sure to tune in to Netflix on February 3, 2023 to catch all the action!

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