Kota Factory Season 2 to Premiere release on Netflix on September 24, Watch Trailer Here

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The second season of India’s first black-and-white web series titled ‘Kota Factory season 2 releases on premiere September 24 on Netflix. The streaming giant took to its social media handle to share a teaser of the same. Starring Jitendra Kumar, Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Ahsaas Channa, Revathi Pillai and Urvi Singh, the second season will premiere on September 24, 2021. It will follow the life of Vaibhav, a young student. The journey of Maheshwari – one of Kota’s premier training institutes, and how he tries to balance his friendship, his relationship with his mentor and the growing pressure of getting into IIT.

Take a look at the teaser:

The show is built around the trials and tribulations of preparing to enter one of India’s most prestigious institutions and the first season saw loads of dedication, hard work, unwavering friendship. It gave viewers a look into the lives of incredibly relatable characters who would later become their favourites. Be it Vaibhav, Uday, Shivangi, Meena or Jeetu Bhaiya, everyone’s heart beat faster. The first season is also available on Netflix until August 27.

Speaking about Season 2 of the series, Raghav Subbu said, “As a director, I try to create stories that inspire and thrill the audience. Season 2 of Kota Factory will narrate the journey of students in Kota and the struggles they face on a daily basis, making it more engaging and realistic. The compelling storyline and scintillating performances will keep the audience hooked. I’m really excited to be sharing epic content with Netflix’s diverse audience.”

Tanya Bami, Director, International Originals, Netflix India said, “We are excited to bring back our favourite characters, Vaibhav, Uday, Shivangi, Meena and Jeetu Bhaiya, in the second season of Kota Factory on Netflix. Like the previous season, this season too is full of authenticity and relativity of college life, the choices and struggles of youth not only in Kota, but also in the country. “