Almost after two and half year of Inside Edge One premiere, Karan Anshuman comes back once again with a brand new sequel of Amazon Prime Original series, Inside Edge 2, that gives inside look about Power Play League, Twenty-twenty cricket matches Indian Premier League, through the eyes of players behind the team Haryana Hurricanes and Mumbai Mavericks.
After the success of action thriller drama The Family Man- led by Manoj Bajpayee in September, Amazon Prime once again coming back with the fifth Indian series of the year. From cast to the trailer, everything is unique about the series. Creator Karan Anshuman has partly relinquished his Inside Edge Season 2 duties with Gurmeet Singh (Mizapur director) and Aakash Bhatia (Ad film director).
What points Inside Edge 2 trailer disclose about the storyline?
The trailer of the series shows interesting shots of bidding wars, power games, cricket and backroom politics. It introduces a new character Bhaisahab, played by Aamir Bashir, who wants to take cricket to the next level at the global stage.
Angad Bedi, the star player of Mumbai Mavericks, returns as Arvind Vashishthh, who finds himself involved in a murder mystery. Richa Chadha (the star of the movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!) playing the role of Zarina Malik, a fading actress and co-owner of Mumbai Mavericks. Siddhant Chaturvedi (Gully Boy star), playing the role of rookie fast bowler Prashant Kanaujia, have issues with Aamir management style.
The trailer ended with the entry of Vikrant Dhawan or we can say, Vivek Oberoi, who plays the role of controversial sports owner of leading sports management companies. After the brilliant acting in season one, fans have high expectations from Vivek Oberoi in Season 2.
When Inside Edge Season 2 will be premiere on Amazon Prime?
The first Indian series of Amazon Prime Video that nominated for an International Emmy award in Season one, is back on the streaming giant on December 6, 2019.
Where you can watch online and download this series?
All episodes of Inside Edge Season 2 are available on Amazon Prime Video. But if you don’t have its subscription then you download or watch online this interesting series