11 Feb 2021: Sobhita Dhulipala starts shooting for 'Made in Heaven' season 2
Sobhita Dhulipala today delighted the fans of the show Made in Heaven as she confirmed the commencement of the shooting for its second season.
The actress tweeted a picture of a note from the series' producers, that thanked her for being a part of the show and welcomed her in the team.
Here are more details on this.
Fact: 'Looking forward to start this incredible journey'
The note from producers Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan Akhtar, Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti read, "We are excited to have you on the Made in Heaven team and are looking forward to starting this incredible journey with you! (sic)"
Fact: Here is what Dhulipala tweeted
Show: 'Made in Heaven' opened to great reviews in 2019
Made In Heaven is an Amazon Prime Video original series that premiered in 2019.
The show tells the story of Tara (Dhulipala) and Karan (Arjun Mathur), who run a high-profile wedding planning agency by the titular name in Delhi.
The show was widely praised by critics as well as viewers, who termed it gripping and unconventional and applauded its writing and performances.
Details: Dhulipala and Mathur became fan favorites
The first season of the show also featured actors Jim Sarbh, Kalki Koechlin, Shweta Tripathi, Neena Gupta, Amrita Puri, Rasika Dugal, and Vikrant Massey, among others.
Dhulipala and Mathur's acting was widely appreciated and they became the favorites of anyone who watched the show.
The series has been created by Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, who co-wrote it with Alankarita Shrivastava.
Delay: The show got delayed due to the pandemic
Earlier, reports had suggested that the show would go on floors in April 2020 and get a January 2021 release, but like many other shows, it got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The first season had ended on a crucial juncture in Karan and Tara's lives and careers, which left fans eagerly waiting for the show to make a return.
Fact: An excerpt from NewsBytes's review of 'Made in Heaven'
In our review of the show's first season, we wrote, "Made in Heaven delivers potent social commentary, without compromising on entertainment at all. It is impactful and immersive...Safely put, it is undeniably one of the most finely created (and enacted) Indian web television series ever."