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Jennifer Winget All Set To Mark Her Digital Debut With Code M; Trailer Out

The trailer of television star Jennifer Winget's Code M is out. The show will air on January 15 and mark the Beyhadh actor's digital debut

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Beyhadh 2 actor Jennifer Winget is a popular face on Indian television. Now, the actor is gearing up for her digital debut with ZEE5 and ALT Balaji's highly-anticipated web-show Code M. The makers of the show have now released the trailer of the show. Jennifer Winget is essaying a challenging role in the show. The Beyhadh actor will be seen essaying the role of Major Monica Mehra who is a military lawyer and her main objective is to crack Code M. The show will start streaming on OTT platforms like ZEE5 AND ALT Balaji from January 15 which is celebrated as Indian Army Day.

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Apart from Jennifer Winget, Rajat Kapoor is also starring in the show. Rajat will be seen portraying the role of Colonel Suryaveer Chauhan who is the Commandant of the Army Base. The show will also feature Bandit Queen actor Seema Biswas. 

The story revolves around Colonel Chauhan who has appointed Major Monica Mehra to crack Code M. The Code M is linked to the death of an army officer named Ajay Paswan who was also colonel's future son-in-law. Colonel Chauhan has asked Monica to fight her emotions and crack the case. A secret is exposed when Major Monica begins her journey to unearth the truth. The entire Indian Army is dissapointed when they learn that Ajay's encounter was fake.

Watch the trailer here

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