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Bobby Deol starrer Aashram Chapter 2 to release in November

Aashram Chapter 2 revolves around the corruption and crime that happens under the guise of faith. Chandan's Bhopa is the main aide and partner-in-crime of a conniving self-styled godman, Baba Nirala, played by Bobby Deol.

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New Delhi Updated on: October 17, 2020 18:39 IST
Bobby Deol starrer Aashram Chapter 2 to release in November
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Bobby Deol starrer Aashram Chapter 2 to release in November

Actor Bobby Deol on Saturday announced the release date of the second season of his hit web series, Aashram. Chapter 2 of the Prakash Jha-directed series will premiere on November 11, 2020."#Aashram ke dwaar khul rahe hein phir ek baar (doors of aashram are reopening). #AashramChapter2, 11-11-2020 ko @mxplayer par," he tweeted.

Bobby's co-star Chandan Roy Sanyal, who played the con man Bhopa, also shared the news on Instagram. "Sab khush (all well)? Excited for 11/11/20 ? One thing I can tell you -- Bhopa will be even more evil and ruthless since its Aashram Chapter 2 -- The Dark Side," he posted.

The series revolves around the corruption and crime that happens under the guise of faith. Chandan's Bhopa is the main aide and partner-in-crime of a conniving self-styled godman, Baba Nirala, played by Bobby.

Chandan had earlier said he had an immersive and fun experience while working on "Aashram", which he felt raises socially relevant questions about faith.

The first season, released in August, served as Bobby’s debut web series, and also starred Aaditi Pohankar, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Darshan Kumaar, and Anupriya Goenka. Bobby had appeared in the Netflix cop drama Class of 83 just a few days prior. The first season of the popular series ended abruptly while showing some of the cult, and transformation of Baba Nirala from a Godman to a conman. Through the series, director and producer Prakash Jha uses the length and leeway that the medium allows to showcase the infiltration of blind faith into India's public life and its deleterious consequences and how it leads to the popularity of such Godman in the country.

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