Zakir Khan's 'Chacha Vidhayak' Season-2 to drop on March 26
Comedian Zakir Khan will be returning with a new season of his show Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare this month, the makers announced recently. The first season revolved around how Ronny Bhaiya's one, seemingly harmless but in actuality a big, lie had major repercussions on his life. His renewed shenanigans can be witnessed when the latest season premieres on Amazon Prime Video on March 26.
ronny bhaiya is returning for a second season, this time with double the laughs, double the bluffs 🥳— amazon prime video IN (@PrimeVideoIN) March 18, 2021
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The debut season had managed to wow the audience with its relatable writing, good acting and impeccable dialogues. Amazon has promised "double the laughs, double the bluffs" this season. As per the official synopsis for the second season, Ronny will be aiming for an even bigger career goal this time, and in a comedy-of-error fashion will find himself "stuck in complicated situations".
The 8-episode web series spun around how Ronny Pathak (Khan) creates a false image of himself to the world. He tells everyone that he is a youth leader and the local MLA or Vidhayak is his uncle, but in reality, he is a 25-year-old jobless youth, having no connection to the MLA. No one knows the truth, except his trusted mentor Santosh Bhaiya.
At the end of last season, Ronny's lie gets busted with him coming face-to-face with the MLA. Now, he will be dealing with new enemies and a love triangle. Aside from Khan, the show also features Sunny Hinduja, Zakir Hussain, Kumar Varun, Vyom Sharma, Abhimanyu Singh, Alka Amin, Venus Singh and Onima Kashyap. Directed by Shashant Shah, it has been produced by OML.
In the past, Khan has worked with Amazon Prime on projects like Haq Se Single and Comicstaan. Speaking about the association, Vijay Subramaniam, director of content, Amazon Prime Video, said Khan is a "very natural comedian" and he has a "distinct brand of humor." He also mentioned that Season two was rolled out in response to the "immense love" received by the first season.
On the other hand, Khan said, "Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare is a story that is very close to my heart. I have enjoyed collaborating with Amazon Prime Video and I am thankful to them for believing in my ideas and for giving me the platform."