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ZEE5 teases the release of Duranga S2

The series stars Drashti Dhami and Gulshan Devaiah in lead roles

Published: 19th September 2023
ZEE5 teases the release of Duranga S2

On Tuesday, ZEE5 announced that the second season of their hit series Duranga starring Gulshan Devaiah and Drashti Dhami is coming soon on the streamer. The announcement came along with a small teaser which featured Amit Sadh. Amit,  who left audiences intrigued with his brief appearance in Season 1, is all set to take centre stage in the second season. 

An official Indian adaptation of the Korean show Flower of Evil, Duranga became the highest-viewed ZEE5 original series in its launch month for 2022. ZEE5 is yet to announce the exact release date of the second season. 

In the series, Sammit Patel (Gulshan) appears to the world as the ideal man, father and husband. Sammit’s Inspector wife, Ira (played by Drashti Dhami) begins investigating a series of gory copycat murders by the suspected accomplice of a psychopathic serial killer Bala, twenty years after his suicide. The case leads Ira to shocking revelations about her husband’s past and threatens to destroy her seemingly perfect family.

Besides Gulshan and Drashti, the series also features Amit Sadh, Barkha Sengupta and Rajesh Khattar. Created by Goldie Behl, Duranga is written by Charudutt Acharya. The first season was directed by Pradeep Sarkar and Aijaz Khan.  

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