Mumbai: Actress Lisa Haydon, who is all set to be seen in The Trip, says she is excited to be a part of the web series.
“Very excited to be a part of The Trip. It’s my first fiction series on the web with Bindass. Love the story. Looking forward to shooting,” Lisa said in a statement.
The Trip is a coming-of-age story of four friends, who go on a road trip and realise their friendship through the journey. The road trip is a part of one of the friends’ bachelorette celebrations. As they set off on this journey, there comes an emotional roller coaster that establishes the relationships that they share with one another and with their own self.
“Like the name suggests, it’s based on an all girls trip with four friends as they embark on a journey together,” said the actress, who has worked in films like Queen, Housefull 3 and Aisha.
The show is slotted to go online in December. It will first air on Bindass Facebook page, followed by the premiere on the channel. IANS
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