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Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar return with more chaos in the Mind the Malhotras 2 trailer

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Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar return with more chaos in the Mind the Malhotras 2 trailer

On Wednesday, Prime Video released the trailer for Mind the Malhotras’ second season. The streaming service unveiled the nearly two-minute-long trailer on its YouTube page, showing the Malhotras’ return with even more confusion and chaos in their lives. Mini Mathur, Cyrus Sahukar, Sushmita Mukherjee, Anandita Pagnis, Nikki Sharma, Jason D’souza, Rahul Verma, Denzil Smith, Dalip Tahil, and Samir Kochhar are among the actors who appear in the comedy-drama.

A new character is introduced in the trailer, and it turns out to be Rishabh Jain, the ex-boyfriend of Shefali Malhotra (Mini) (Samir). Behind his wife’s back, her husband Rishabh Malhotra (Cyrus) visits Dr. Gulfam, their therapist, and discusses this. On the other hand, Mini tells the doctor when she goes to see him alone that Cyrus’ mother (Sushmita) has a new boyfriend (Dalip).

Additionally, Cyrus’ character encounters Maria Goretti, a widow (Maria). Cyrus is working on a merger that will make him wealthy while the situation is chaotic. In the trailer, he also expressed his desire for Jia, Dia, and Yohan to grow up far from him. They should travel to the US for higher education, he later added.

The series is directed by Sahil Sangha and written by Sahil Sangha and Karan Sharma. It is produced by Applause Entertainment in collaboration with Madiba Entertainment. The programme is an Indian adaptation of the Armoza Formats-distributed Israeli programme La Famiglia. On August 12, the second season of Mind the Malhotras will debut worldwide in 240 countries and territories, including India.

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Mini released the following statement: “We’re back, and how! I have received a great deal of support, love, and admiration from the audience for my role as Shefali Malhotra. I’m incredibly eager to inhabit my character once more, give her more nuance, and advance as an actor. I’m hoping that, like in the previous season, Rishabh and Shefali’s imperfect life touches viewers’ hearts.

I can confidently state that Mind the Malhotras season 2 will be messier, crazier, funnier, and a lot more relatable without saying anything else.


Cyrus uttered, “The Malhotras are back to liven things up once more. With a double dose of enjoyment, entertainment, and masti, viewers stand to gain as Rishabh and Shefali continue to battle (fun). We are grateful for the recognition the first season of the show has received because it was fantastic. I’m looking forward to season 2, but I’m also a little nervous. I hope that viewers will continue to show us their support like they did in season 1.”

In the first season, viewers got a glimpse into Rishabh (Cyrus) and Shefali’s (Mini) midlife marital problems, which will continue in season 2 with even more drama, levity, and entertainment value as they prioritise their individual professional goals. The couple seeks therapy to find the right balance as a result of marital and family tensions.

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Kirti on how her and Angad’s lives have changed: He’s a dad and I’m separated

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Kirti on how her and Angad’s lives have changed: He’s a dad and I’m separated

They both portray human-like robots in the upcoming short film The List, which stars Kirti Kulhari and Angad Bedi and will air on Amazon Mini TV soon. They were not allowed to blink at all throughout the filming, but Kirti explains in an exclusive interview with Hindustan Times that on the second day of the three-day production, she developed conjunctivitis.

Additionally, Kirti discussed the relationship trigger that turned her off and expressed her opinion on how robotic people’s lives had become. “We have this physical or intangible list in the shape of societal standards etc., almost like it is written for you – you go to school, acquire a job, get married, have kids, they will then get married and have kids,” Kirti remarked when discussing the movie. The film’s central question is whether you can make your own list or whether you must follow an existing one like a zombie. It appears to be presented in a futuristic manner, although it already exists in our world. We are evolving into machines.

The movie’s plot, according to Kirti, made her think of Black Mirror. “Until the film’s climax, there is no sound and the characters don’t speak at all. They just do actions; they carry out all tasks, but they do it in a highly robotic and mechanical way. I felt like I was reading Black Mirror when I read the script. The way the movie’s characters handle situations is frightening. A dark energy is in control of you.

Kirti also discussed the challenging aspects of working on The List. Because the actors behave like zombies, “my biggest task was to look dead, emotionless, and to stare into oblivion. I simply had to remain silent in this situation! Not blinking was the plan. Automatons don’t blink. Keeping from blinking was incredibly difficult.

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She claimed that during filming the movie, she had an eye infection. Funny enough, on the second day of the shoot, I developed conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis never affects me. I’m also not supposed to blink at all, on top of everything else. These were the difficulties, but it was also really enjoyable.

When asked what in a relationship causes her to distance herself, Kirti responded, “Drama, unnecessary drama. I can only handle straightforward situations; if you have an issue, please discuss it with me. Produce a plot, a movie, but don’t make all that drama. Even I used to have a lot of drama (earlier in my life), but after working on myself, I now have none. everywhere—in my personal life, at work, etc. Give it to me directly, and I’ll take it directly. Don’t belabour the point, as the saying goes, “Ghumao firao mat.” Now, all of my drama is produced for my movies. I can’t just demand “tell it to me straight” there. Aam nahi degafir koi mujhe kaam.

I am willing to engage in discussion and conflict. I can handle the truth, but keep it straightforward. I can no longer tolerate it; it is simply not worthwhile. Additionally, Kirti remembered that things were completely different from how they are today when she worked with Angad Bedi (Pink, 2016). We are in various places, which is funny. In the middle of Pink, I was engaged to be married in three months. After all these years, he is now a father of two, and I am once more divorced and single.

It was warm and sweet, she continued. When they were setting up the camera for the top viewpoint shot, I recall that we had a conversation. Just staring up while lying on that bed. We were conversing without even looking at one another about what it’s like to be a father and how my path has gone. That was wonderful and soothing.

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