Generally famous for her work in romantic sports drama Bend It Like Beckham, Parminder Nagra is correct now preparing to headline an all-new crime drama series. Named DI Ray, Nagra will accept the work of the lead character and play Rachita Ray, a cop. English broadcaster, ITV has mentioned the new crime drama from Maya Sondhi and Jed Mercurio, generally well known for their work in Line of Duty.
As definite by Deadline, DI Ray will be a four-segment series. Parminder Nagra’s character, Rachita Ray will wander into the shoes of, an on cop a case that drives her to wrestle with a private matter. The series will see her battle with her South Asian heritage and her British identity.
DI Ray, one of the impending Parminder Nagra projects, will follow a homicide assessment. Simultaneously, it will moreover deal with the sensitive subject of racism at the workplace. In the series, Rachita Ray gets an immense headway and should join a homicide assessment. Regardless, her rapture is short lived when she finds that she may be a ‘token course of action’ as she is being given out a ‘culturally express homicide’. In any case, not settled forever to get down on her partners’ inclinations and besides tackle her case by finding the murderer. In any case, her direction is troublesome, as the current case will oblige her to profound dive into the universe of organized crime. As she tried to handle the case, she conveys that she has been drawing in an identity crisis for as long as she can remember.
ITV’s Polly Hill tended to Deadline and referred to that the substance for the series is ‘breathtaking, fascinating and critical’. She furthermore referred to that the series is a roller coaster, which will keep the group delighted beginning to end. Maya Sondhi herself referred to that the show is ‘profoundly up close and personal’ for her and referred to that it was particularly over the latest 10 years that she had the alternative to acknowledge her heritage and her experience. She referred to that a huge load of what she has formed is her own story and she believed that singular touch would make the show interesting to watchers.