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ALT Balaji's upcoming web series BOSS: Baap Of Special Services starring Karan Singh Grover and Sagarika Ghate is one of the most awaited shows on the web space. And coming out today, is the much-anticipated show’s trailer.

In the series Karan Singh Grover plays a mysterious con artist named Keshav Pandit, while Sagarika Ghatge essays the role of an ACP named, Sakshi Rawat.

In the series Karan Singh Grover plays a mysterious con artist named Keshav Pandit, while Sagarika Ghatge essays the role of an ACP named, Sakshi Rawat.
This story that revolves around a con artist operating in North India who crosses paths with a cop under unusual circumstances, features a wonderful support cast – something that should help draw in audiences. The support cast includes names like Daljiiet Kaur, Tarun Mahilani, Kanica Maheshwari, Sonali Raut, Ayaz Khan, Harshali Zine, Niyati Joshi, Mahesh Shetty, Rohit Gujjar, Jignesh Joshi, Gaurav Gera, and Veer Aryan.
 

A poster was shared on official page of ALT Balaji and they captioned, “Woh case solve karne ke liye criminals ki tarah sochta hai. And she believes in the rules... Are you ready to meet the #BOSS – Baap of Special Services?”

A poster was shared on official page of ALT Balaji and they captioned,  “Woh case solve karne ke liye criminals ki tarah sochta hai. And she believes in the rules... Are you ready to meet the #BOSS – Baap of Special Services?”
Coincidentally, KSG made his TV debut with Ekta Kapoor’s Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi and will now make his digital debut with her production, BOSS. But you may recall SpotboyE.com exclusively told you not Karan Singh Grover but Maniesh Paul was the first choice for the series. A source close to the show had earlier told SpotboyE.com, "Maniesh Paul was supposed to play the character which Karan Singh Grover is essaying in the show. Things were also finalised but a week before the announcement, the actor got replaced and Karan stepped into his shoes. When we dug deeper into the reason behind it, our source said the money Maniesh Paul demanded was high and hence things didn't fall into place.”