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Four More Shots Please is going to be renewed for its Third Season

One of the best video series of Amazon Prime, Four More Shots Please has been renewed for a third season after its two seasons performed very well and the audience loved the video series. It will get from where the subsequent season closed.

Four More Shots Please has been made by Rangita Pritish Nandy. It is the story of four Umang Singh (Bani J), Siddhi Patel (Maanvi Gagroo), Anjana Menon (Kirti Kulhari) and Damini (Sayani Gupta) who are four unapologetically flawed women. They carry on with their life without limit and find themselves by committing errors. They have to face a lot of tough times and their friendship is what makes keeps and strong.

Giving a knowledge into the third season, maker Pritish Nandy shared, “In the new season, the proudly imperfect young ladies will confront significantly more noteworthy difficulties and generalizations tossed at them yet at the same time their companionship will be their main impetus.”

Four More Shots Please is going to be renewed for its Third Season 2
Source: Indian Express

He included, “The third season will get from where the four young ladies are left toward the finish of season two and will take forward their accounts as they venture ahead in their vocation, connections, love and, above all, the energy and magnificence of their kinship.”

On-screen character executive Tannishtha Chatterjee has been roped in to coordinate the third period of Four More Shots Please. Devika Bhagat, who composed the first and second season, will compose the third season too and Ishita Moitra will pen the exchanges.

Anticipating another effective season, Aparna Purohit, Head of Amazon Originals, Amazon Prime Video India, said in an announcement, “The reaction to Four More Shots Please! has been incredible. It has just become the most-watched appear from India this year. The main season was one of the best three most-watched Amazon Original Series from India in 2019, and season two has set one more benchmark.”

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