Mind the Malhotras Season 2 Trailer: Prime Video Series Release Date Set for August 12

Mind the Malhotras is set to make a surprise comeback, more than three years after a lackluster premiere.

Amazon Prime Video announced on Wednesday that the comedy-drama series Mind the Malhotras, starring Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar, is back for a second run.

Prime members in India and 240 countries and territories around the world can stream Mind the Malhotras season 2 from August 12.

Directed by Sahil Sangha, and written by Sangha and Karan Sharma, Mind the Malhotras is the Indian adaptation of the Israeli show La Famiglia distributed by Armoza Formats.

Alongside, Prime Video also released the trailer for Mind the Malhotras season 2.

The first season gave viewers a glimpse into Rishabh (Sahukar) and Shefali (Mathur)’s midlife marital troubles, which will continue in season two with more drama as they prioritize individual professional goals.

Playing Shefali Malhotra, Mathur said, gave her enormous love, appreciation and admiration from the audience.

“I’m super excited to step into my character again, give it more nuance and grow as an actor,” Mathur said.

“I hope the not-so-perfect life of Rishabh and Shefali will touch viewers’ hearts just like the previous season.

“Without divulging any more, I can safely say that Season 2 of ‘Mind the Malhotras’ will be messier, crazier, funnier and much more relevant.”

Sahukar said that while he was excited about the upcoming season, he was also nervous about meeting viewer expectations.

“The Malhotras are back to spice up life again,” he added.

“As Rishabh and Shefali continue to fight, viewers can win with a double dose of fun, entertainment and masti.

“Season 1 was amazing, and we’re humbled by the recognition the show has received.”

Mind the Malhotras season 2 also stars Sushmita Mukherjee, Anandita Pagnis, Nikki Sharma, Jason D’souza, Rahul Verma, and Denzil Smith.

The Prime Video series is an Applause Entertainment production in association with Madiba Entertainment.


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