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Pathaan and Tiger

What makes “Citadel” different from Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s “Pathaan” and “Tiger” in the espionage genre, according to Priyanka Chopra and Stanley Tucci

Pathaan and Tiger

Pathaan and Tiger

The worldwide spy thriller ‘Citadel’, directed by the Russo Brothers, stars Richard Madden, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Stanley Tucci, and heralds a new era of espionage.
Elite spy duo Mason Kane and Nadia Sinh, played by Richard and Priyanka, are reunited by Stanley’s Bernard Orlick and set out on a mission to bring down the organisation Manticore in this high-stakes series.
With only days left till the premiere of the highly anticipated Prime Video series, ETimes put Richard, Priyanka, and Stanley under the microscope to get the scoop on what it’s like to play spies in an unprecedented worldwide franchise. An Italian and even an Indian episode are currently in production as they prepare to debut alongside the American version.
Interestingly, the series debuts just as Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s collaboration on the international box office sensation ‘Pathaan’ has signified the beginning of India’s own spy genre. We questioned Stanley how this programme will entice the Indian audience who are already high on adrenaline with the rooted and patriotic action films, given that additional films are in the pipeline to get their two heroes to square off against each other. Tucci explained, “Well, in my opinion, Citadel has quite a bit to offer. There’s the tech that’s used in the piece and the tech that the filmmakers employ to make these fantastic worlds and events possible.
But then there’s also the depth of the narratives and the people,” he continued. The individuals’ inner lives are what give the story its foundation and keep it engaging, in my opinion.
After her performances as Roma in “Don” and Alex Parish in “Quantico,” we decided to ask PeeCee about portraying a spy in a second interview. Chopra told us exclusively, “Look, you can compare the show and the spy thing to anything that you can think of, but I think Citadel is its own world, and the beauty of the show and what sets it apart from all the other spy-verses is the heart in it and the characters’ relationships and how that takes precedent.”
Everything else, no matter how grand or elaborate, is secondary to how they feel. As an actress, she found the show to be “very character-led,” which is a rarity.
Two episodes of the first season of ‘Citadel’ premiered on April 28, and each episode will air once a week until May 26.

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