Gadgets 360 has learned that the second season of Masaba Masaba will be launched in July. Netflix’s US listings for July 2022 show Masaba Masaba season 2 as part of the lineup, despite the fact that Netflix India has not yet made any official announcements on the series’ release date. However, a precise date is omitted. India’s Netflix declined to respond. Masaba Masaba season 2 won’t premiere before the second half of July, though, given that Netflix has already scheduled the interactive special Ranveer versus Wild with Bear Grylls on July 8 and the Jitendra Kumar-starring film Jaadugar for July 15. In fact, we can limit it to just two dates.
That’s because the second season of Masaba Masaba is one of two Indian Netflix originals that are tentatively scheduled for July 2022 without a specific release date, according to Netflix’s US listings. Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi, a real crime documentary, is the other. With the release of the teaser earlier today, Netflix India essentially confirmed that the film will launch in July. Masaba Masaba season 2 will launch on either July 22 or July 29, with Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi presumably taking the other time slot, given that the majority of Indian Netflix originals debut on a Friday. Of course, this is only conjecture on our part. Indian Predator might be released towards the middle of the week.
Officially renewed for a second season in March last year, the Indian Netflix comedy-drama series went into production a few months later in July. Masaba Gupta and her mother Neena Gupta return to play semi-fictionalised versions of themselves. Behind the scenes, Sonam Nair returns as director from season 1. Ashvini Yardi is the producer, with Masaba Masaba season 2 being a production of her banner Viniyard Films. Filming had wrapped up by the following September. A first look at Masaba Masaba season 2 was revealed by Netflix in March earlier this year, to coincide with International Women’s Day.
“Season 2 is about courage and bravery, both from my perspective and that of my mother. Masaba stated to Vogue India in April, “We choose to take control of our life.”My mother and I talk about this a lot in real life, as well. Women are advised to maintain their modesty, keep their voices down, and let others appreciate them. I don’t concur. Nobody will carry out your request for you. You must do the task on your own. You have to make sure you get what you deserve by going out and asking for it. My mother left me a message on my phone this morning saying, “We’re not going to be modest anymore.” The biggest lesson I have learnt from her is that work is worship. It keeps you young and your mind alert. So find your purpose and your happiness in your work.”