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Mirzapur Season 2: It was a bit frustrating playing Guddu in Mirzapur 2

Ali Fazal has finally broken his silence on playing Guddu in Amazon Prime Video's Mirzapur season 2.


If you have watched Amazon Original’s web series Mirzapur season 1, then you must be desperately waiting for Mirzapur season 2. Yes, the people have been eagerly waiting for Mirzapur 2 ever since the first season premiered in November 2018. The first season of Mirzapur season 1 starred Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal, Divyendu Sharma, Vikrant Massey, Rasika Duggal, Shweta Tripathi and Shriya Pilgaonkar in the lead roles. Mirzapur Season 2 to be released in April 2020?

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There are several characters that will be making their comeback in Season 2 and one of them is Ali Fazal’s Guddu. As per reports, Mirzapur season 2 will be premiered on Amazon Prime Video on April 2020. Mirzapur 2: Amazon Prime Shares Sneak Peek Of New Season

In a recent interview, Ali Fazal said that Mirzapur season 2 has a lot of interesting things to watch.

Sharing his experience of playing Guddu in Mirzapur, Ali Fazal said that it was very frustration to play Guddu this time because of the level of the performance is different and much higher than what it was before.

Fazal had also said that he is done with the shooting of Mirzapur Season 2. The Victoria and Abdul actor said that the web series in currently in the editing stage and likely to premiere in April 2020.

The first season, produced by Excel Entertainment, starred Pankaj Tripathi, Vikrant Massey, Diveyndu Sharma, Rasika Dugal, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Shweta Tripathi in key roles. Amazon Prime Vides teases Mirzapur Season 2 Release Date

On the work front, Ali Fazal is currently shooting for Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile in London. This would be Ali Fazal’s fourth Hollywood project Furious 7, For Here Or To Go? and Victoria & Abdul.

Sharing his experience of working in multilingual movies, the actor has recently said that language must never stand in the way of doing some good cinema.

“Language cannot be a barrier for any actor. Neither can their geographical location nor their ethnicity be. My motive is to create a world filled with great content with people who are so invested in their art that where they come from ceases to matter. We are no longer in that phase where one has to shift Hollywood to be in Hollywood. I am going to continue living in India and keep flying in and out,” Fazal quoted as saying to news agency IANS.

Also Read: Mirzapur Season 2: Character’s Transformation Leaves Shweta Tripathi Emotionally Drained

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