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Girls Hostel S3 trailer: Friendship, politics and perseverance in the backdrop of a talent show at campus

The series stars Ahsaas Channa, Srishti Shrivastava and Parul Gulati

Published: 09th November 2022

The hostel girls are back. The trailer of SonyLIV’s show Girls Hostel was released on Wednesday. The series stars Ahsaas Channa, Srishti Shrivastava, Parul Gulati, Simran Natekar, Trupti Khamkar, Jayati Bhatia, Kareema Barry, Tanvi Lehr Sonigra and Akash Thapa. It will start streaming from November 25.

This time the girls are struggling to put together a talent show at the hostel campus. The trailer shows the girls dealing with hostel politics and battling authority to champion the right of expressing themselves.

Talking about the show, Srishti Srivastava said: "Girls Hostel has been well received since its inception. The characters and instances shown resonate with every student who moves away from their hometown in search of independence. The show opens a window to the varied experiences hostellers have as they try to build a life of their own while leaning on each other."

She further spoke about what the upcoming season has in store for the audience: "In season 3, the audience will witness more drama, challenges and interesting twists and turns as the girls come together with a deepened bond, and ready to take on anything that comes their way."

The show has been created by Shreyasi Sharma and written by Anuya Jakatdar, Alka Shukla, Shreyasi Sharma, and produced by Arunabh Kumar of TVF. Hanish D. Kalia is the director.

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