'Ms Marvel', Marvel's latest Muslim, woman and South Asian superhero, makes her debut 

Kamala Khan, Marvel's latest superhero South Ms Marvel, a high school student dealing with teen angst and pains growing up in Jersey City, made her debut on OTT on Wednesday.

avid gamer, the cleverly named Kamala, synthesising in her moniker various identities of region and religion, is a Captain Marvel fan with an overactive imagination. 

references Partition already caught attention of Marvel's South Asian fans, particularly those living in India and Pakistan, for its numerous Bollywood and Shah Rukh Khan 

series features Indian actors Mohan Kapur and Zenobia Shroff as Kamala's affectionate but overprotective parents - Yusuf and Muneeba Khan. 

They want their daughter to spread her wings but find themselves at odds with her and her ambitions. Muneeba's family also carries the scars of Partition of the subcontinent and hides a major secret.

keeping with the South Asian appeal of the show, Pakistan's Fawad Khan and India's Farhan Akhtar have been announced as cast members but don't make an appearance in the first two episodes provided to critics. 

Based on the comics created by Bisha K Ali, the series starts streaming in India on Disney+Hotstar from June 8 in English, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam. 

MCU has been behind some of the most successful superhero films. include 'Iron Man', 'The Avengers', 'Ant-Man', 'Captain America', 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Black Panther'.

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