She Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer

She is an Indian crime thriller series starring Aaditi Pohankar in the lead role. Season one of this drama received a massive response from the public and the critics. Imtiaz Ali, the creator of the series, has announced that the filming has begun for the second season on Monday, July 26.

She season 2 cast, plot, release date

Details about She Season 2

She Season 2 Cast: 

  • Aditi sudhir pohankar as Bhumi Pardesi
  • Dawood Khan as Salim Khan, crime branch officer
  • Vijay Varma as Sasya
  • Vishwas Kini as Jason Fernandez
  • Kishore Kumar as Nayak

She Season 2 Crew:

  • Director Arif Ail and Avinash Das
  • Writer: Imtiaz Ali

Check out the new announcement video here

She Season 2 Synopsis

Bhumi is a docile and timid police constable. The higher officials select her to perform an undercover operation due to her potential dormant sexuality. She feigns as a prostitute to enter the inner circle of Mumbai's drug operation and succeeds in getting vital information about the leader of the drug ring. The police department makes her continue the operation to expose the prominent leader. 

At the end of the first season, her cover is blown, and she is held captive by Nayak. She manages to convince him that she doesn't have anything to do with the police department and is there because she likes him. Does the ruthless leader of the drug ring believe her words? What happens to her and the fate of the operation? The answers to these questions are expected in the second season.

The lead actress Aditi says that the next season would be beyond the expectations of the public. She wrote that the drama would be offering more intensity and much more power than the first season and told the audience to hold on to their seats and think again of what Bhumika will be doing next.

While mentioning season 2, Imtiaz Ali asks the audience to be warned that whatever she does will stir a storm.

So, with these statements from the team, I guess, season 2 will be much more exciting and addictive than season 1.

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