The much anticipated second season of “Made in Heaven” will debut on August 10th, so get ready to go on another thrilling adventure. This season promises to be an exciting trip that will have you hooked from the get-go thanks to the reigning queen of OTT series, Sobhita Dhulipala.
Sobhita Dhulipala, who has already mesmerized viewers with her exceptional performances in series like “The Night Manager,” is returning to steal the stage once more. The wonderful ensemble cast from the first season of “Made in Heaven” comes back for a second season, including the brilliant Arjun Mathur, the affable Jim Sarbh, the adaptable Mona Singh, the mysterious Kalki Koechlin, the endearing Shashank Arora, and the energetic Trinetra.
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This all-star cast is prepared to present yet another amazing episode of this compelling series.
Fans are in for a treat now that this season’s premiere has finally arrived after a four-year wait. The first season of “Made in Heaven” received a lot of positive reviews and even earned Arjun Mathur a prestigious International Emmy nomination, establishing it as a must-watch show.
“Made In Heaven” is mostly focused on the fascinating lives of two best friends who also work as wedding planners, Karan (Arjun Mathur), and Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala). The program explores the complex dynamics of several couples and the complexities of their marriages and relationships through an anthology-like storyline.
Zoya Akhtar, who co-directed the first season alongside Prashant Nair, Shrivastava, and Mehra, shared her excitement with a glimpse of herself watching the show. Her caption, “Finally MIH S2 out now,” echoes the sentiment of fans who have eagerly awaited this moment.
Talking about the show, Reema Kagti told news agency PTI, “Shooting (the show) was very challenging. Made in Heaven is like a beast, so even without COVID-19, even in season one, it had such a huge ensemble cast, every episode had a wedding. Shooting a wedding is like shooting action, it is pretty intense. When COVID-19 opened up, you could not have more than 50 people on set, but there is no day when you can shoot Made in Heaven with less than 50 people. The logistics, the number of locations, so many directors, and actors. Special mention to the production team, AD (assistant direction) team, this was a very wild beast to tame.”