Kubbra Sait, Sumeet Vyas and others together for music reality web series 'Rejctx' directed by Goldie Behl


After the success of its first music reality web series Lockdown, Zee5 announced Rejctx, a teen thriller engagingly packaged with a musical backdrop. Produced and directed by Goldie Behl, Rejctx is a fast-paced 10-episode original web series starring Sumeet Vyas, Kubbra Sait along with promising newcomers Masi Wali, Anisha Victor, Ayush Khurana, Prabhneet Singh, Ridhi Khakhar, Saadhika Syal and Pooja Shetty.

Rejctx addresses crucial teen issues which unfold through the eyes of seven friends and their journey of finding their voice. The show will be a treat for music lovers as it has upbeat compositions rendered by the talented Sneha Khanwalkar.

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Director Goldie Behl said, “It is commendable how ZEE5  is continuously working towards building a strong content library and I couldn’t be happier to present such an interesting story on India’s fastest growing OTT platform. Rejctx explores topics of friendship, betrayal and dysfunctional families among other teen issues. The show is mysterious and exciting. We have not had a show in this format for a while and I am hoping it will immediately engage the audience. Also, it’s a musical with some really inspiring songs and this I believe is it’s USP.”

Talking about her experience Kubbra shared, “I am thrilled to be part of Rejctx and I am sure a lot of millennials will connect with the show. It has the correct measure of emotions, drama, humour and some foot tapping beats. I am excited to work with ZEE5 as it will give this show the reach it deserves.”

Sharing his excitement Sumeet said, “I am delighted to associate with ZEE5 for the third time. Rejctx is powerful and engaging content and captures the thought process of teens today. I look forward for the audience to watch the show and I am sure they will enjoy the twists and turns that the show has in store for them. 

(Source: DNA)