Gulshan Devaiah-starring ‘Duranga’ greenlit for second season

Bombay: The second season of “Duranga”, the official Indian version directed by Gulshan Devaiah of the Korean series “Flower of Evil”, has been greenlit for the second season.

The programme, which also features Gulshan Devaiah, Drashti Dhami, Amit Sadh, Barkha Sengupta and Rajesh Khattar, highlights a special love story in which Sammit Patel (played by Gulshan Devaiah) is portrayed as husband, father and daughter. perfect individual, while his wife Ira (played by Drashti Dhami) works for the investigative agency that oversees the
In a statement, Gulshan said, “This fan affection is tremendous, especially since the original already had a large fan base. We must have acted appropriately at the time. I’m delighted that our interpretation of the K Drama has been so well received. The series tells a trail of gruesome copycat murders committed 20 years after the suicide of psychopathic serial killer Bala by his alleged accomplice. Ira is forced to confront terrible truths about the background of her husband as a result of the affair, which also poses a threat to his otherwise ideal family.

Additionally, Amit Sadh said, “I’m happy to see the outpouring of love for my cameo role in ‘Duranga'”, adding that his character “seems ready to continue on the narrative path”. Amit Sadh made a brief appearance in the first season. He continued, “For all my fans asking if I’ll be there in Season 2, the answer is yes. The second season will be more exciting and nerve-wracking. I’m thrilled to be part of this exceptional group of individuals and provide some exciting thing about the coming season.

I can guarantee that season 2 of the series will be fantastic and feature me more.

Season 2 of “Duranga – Two Shades of a Lie”, created by Rose Audio Visuals, will soon be available for streaming on ZEE5.

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