'Date Gone Wrong 2' quarantine edition to stream soon

Mumbai, Jun 30 (IANS): "Date Gone Wrong 2" quarantine edition will soon entertain viewers with a unique take on virtual dating and the hilarious outcomes of these adventurous initiatives.

Directed by Karan Rawal, the show stars Abhishek Sharrma and Bhakti Maniar.

One of the episodes will have a funny banter between a popular rapper and one of his fans while another episode shall present an interesting dialogue between two individuals from different countries that starts off with a romantic tone and takes a surprising turn that changes the entire equation.

With the Indian dating culture adapting itself to the new-age dating techniques, the show, which was completely shot indoors during lockdown, brings together real people who are in search of true love while being stuck at home this quarantine.

Speaking on directing the show, Karan Rawal said: "'Date Gone Wrong' season 2 is a series about singles who are on a journey in search of love amid lockdown. I am hopeful that audiences will shower the same amount of love that they did for the first season of this series."

"Date Gone Wrong 2" will premiere on July 7 on Eros Now.

"With this interesting addition of 'Date Gone Wrong 2' to our Eros Now Quickie category, we aim to offer unparalleled entertainment to our audience. We promise to showcase a fun-filled season to surprise our viewers with fresh incidents of the new-age dating during the lockdown. I am sure that the show with its new unique format of virtual dating will be completely relatable and appealing to audiences all over," said Ridhima Lulla, Chief Creative Officer, Eros Group.




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