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MX Player to stream ‘Kiska Hoga Thinkistan Season 2’ from 6 Sep - nairrk - 08-30-2019

[Image: Kabir-Bedi-1-cover-160x90.jpg]MUMBAI: Video streaming platform MX Player is launching ‘Kiska Hoga Thinkistan Season 2’ on 6th September. The second season of the show will mark the debut of veteran actor Kabir Bedi.

Adding to the ensemble cast of MX Player’s ‘Kiska Hoga Thinkistan Season 2’, he will be seen playing a crucial character – Danish, who is the owner of the ad agency ‘MTMC’.

Talking more about his debut and character Kabir says, “I initially came to Bombay to become a filmmaker, and I worked in advertising for five years. The story for this web series brought back many memories. I play the owner of the ad agency whose way of dealing with crisis’ is compelling. For me, it’s been a wonderful Guest Appearance in the digital space.”

The season one of MX Player’s ‘Thinkistan’ gave a sneak peek into the world of advertising, ‘Kiska Hoga Thinkistan Season 2’ offers viewers high octane drama, politics and interpersonal rivalry that goes on inside the four walls of the agency.

The 12-episodic series is directed by N. Padmakumar and stars Naveen Kasturia, Shravan Reddy, Mandira Bedi, Vasuki Sunkavelli and Satyadeep Mishra amongst others. This season also sees the addition of Neil Bhoopalam who dons a grey shade and as the new boss; he will be seen stirring up the lives of every employee with his dirty politics.

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