From Mirzapur 3 to The Family Man 3: Top 5 Indian web series’ follow-up seasons fans can’t wait for

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The Indian web series scene has produced some truly outstanding shows in recent years, and many of these shows have been renewed for follow-up seasons. Bollywood Hungama, in this feature, lists the 5 top already released Indian series whose follow-up seasons fans are most excited about.

Mirzapur 3 (Amazon Prime Video)

The crime drama Mirzapur, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video in 2018, was praised for its action, suspense, and complex characters. The first two seasons followed the story of two rival gangs in the city of Mirzapur: the Kaleen Bhaiya gang and the Pandit gang. The Kaleen Bhaiya gang is led by the ruthless and cunning Kaleen Bhaiya (Pankaj Tripathi), while the Pandit gang is led by the ambitious and ruthless Guddu Bhaiya (Ali Fazal). In the third season, fans are eager to see how the power dynamics in Mirzapur shift. With Kaleen Bhaiya and Munna Bhaiya dead, it seems Guddu Bhaiya will emerge as the new leader of the city. It is also possible that another gang, such as the Tyagi gang, could rise to power.

The Family Man 3 (Amazon Prime Video)

The espionage thriller The Family Man, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video in 2019, was critically acclaimed for its realistic portrayal of the challenges faced by intelligence officers and its complex characters. Fans are now eagerly awaiting the third season, which is expected to be released later this year. The first two seasons of The Family Man followed the story of Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee), a fictional intelligence officer who juggles his personal and professional life. Srikant is a skilled and dedicated officer, but he is also a loving husband and father. He is constantly struggling to balance his two worlds, and this often leads to conflict and tension. In the third season, fans are eager to see what new challenges Srikant faces. They are also interested to see how his personal and professional lives intersect.

Made in Heaven 3 (Amazon Prime Video)

The dramedy Made in Heaven, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video in 2019, was praised for its sharp writing, witty dialogue, and complex characters. The first two seasons of Made in Heaven followed the story of two wedding planners – Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala) and Karan (Arjun Mathur) as they navigated the high-stakes world of Indian weddings. The show explored themes such as love, friendship, family, and identity, and it was praised for its honest and relatable portrayal of the Indian wedding industry. In the third season, fans are eager to see how the wedding planners navigate the changing landscape of Indian weddings.

Jubilee 2 (Amazon Prime Video)

The coming-of-age drama Jubilee, which premiered on Prime Video in 2023, was well-received for its realistic portrayal of the challenges of young adulthood and the film business. The first season of Jubilee followed the story of four people, as they navigated their careers in the film industry. The show explored themes such as ambition, love, and friendship. In the second season, fans are eager to see how the characters have grown and most excitedly they are waiting to see which era of film industry will be showcased.

Scam 2003 2 (SonyLIV)

The biographical drama Scam 2003, which premiered on SonyLIV in 2023, was praised for its realistic portrayal of the stamp paper scam and its complex characters. The first season followed the story of Abdul Karim Telgi (Gagan Dev Riar), a man who defrauded the Indian government of billions of rupees by printing fake stamp papers. In the second season, fans are eager to see how Telgi’s scam unfolds. They are interested in seeing how he managed to pull off such a massive fraud and how he evaded detection for so long. They are also curious to see how the authorities eventually caught up to him.

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