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EORTV’s “Wrong Number”: A Story of Hope, Love, and Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community

EORTV's "Wrong Number"

EORTV’s web series, Wrong Number, is streaming live on the platform and the show has garnered rave response from audiences. Actors Divyanshi Dey and Reyna Vashishtha star as lovers opposite each other and the show follows the love dynamics of an older and younger woman, the emotional journey they go through to come to terms with their feelings and build a relationship.

The web series Wrong Number not only showcases diverse love stories but also addresses a critical issue faced by many young people today – mental health. The show’s star, Divyanshi Dey’s character, found solace during a tough time by picking up a random call from a stranger who listened to her problems and provided much-needed words of comfort and support. Through Divyanshi’s story, the show highlights the significance of seeking help and talking about one’s feelings during difficult times. Audiences have been able to relate to the show a lot and have dropped congratulatory messages on EORTV’s social media pages asking for a second season or more episodes.

Deepak Pandey hopes that the show will encourage viewers to seek help and understand that support can come from unexpected sources. Director Deepak Pandey shares, “I believe that it’s crucial to recognize that you don’t have to go through difficult times alone, and there’s always someone who’s willing to lend an ear and offer support. With Wrong Number, my aim was to convey the message that help can come from unexpected sources, even from a stranger. This story will have a profound impact on many young people, encouraging them to be more open about their emotions and reach out for help when they need it. It’s a powerful reminder that even in the darkest moments, there is always hope and support available.”

In the series, the characters’ emotional journeys and experiences are depicted in a way that is relatable to many individuals who may be going through similar struggles. Through the show’s representation of diverse love stories and the characters’ experiences with mental health, it is hoped that Wrong Number will help to promote understanding and acceptance of all love stories, regardless of gender or age differences, and will provide a platform for individuals to seek the help and support they need.

Viewers can easily access EORTV’s platform on both Android and IOS-