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Masaba Masaba 2 Trailer: Masaba Gupta and Neena Gupta try to balance work and love | Web series

Masaba Gupta and Neena Gupta will return to Netflix with Masaba Masaba season 2 on July 29. The real-life mother-daughter duo, who also play mother and daughter in the web series, will face a new set of challenges as they try to balance their work and love life. The official trailer for the final season of Masaba Masaba was released on Saturday. Sharing it on Instagram, Masaba wrote, “She’s been a princess, she’s been a queen, now it’s time for her to be king.” Read more: In Masaba Masaba 2 Teaser, Masaba Gupta and Neena Gupta Share “Good News”

Neena and Masaba play fictionalized versions of themselves in this playful, fictionalized look at their lives in fashion and movies. In the nearly two-minute trailer, actor-designer Masaba Gupta, who plays a fashion designer on the show, is seen hustling for both love and work, as he tackles to new highs and new lows. She states quite early in the trailer that she wants to “be the king”; and even tells Neena that she has decided there will be no more men, only work for her.

While offering a brand new collection, the designer is also trying to take back the reins of her personal life and navigate through new (and old) love interests. As Neil Bhoopalam returns as Dhairya Rana, his investor-turned-lover, joining him in an attempt to win Masaba’s love is Fateh d’Armaan Khera – his client, who flirts with her. Masaba designs her wedding clothes.

Meanwhile, Neena is the lead actor of a new show, which is looking for an actor, who can be cast opposite her. Enter Ram Kapoor. But, the two seem to have something more than just a job. During one scene, Masaba tells Neena to get her hormones checked because she was “too thirsty”.

The second season of the Netflix series is directed by Sonam Nair. Besides Ram and Arman, Kusha Kapila, Kareema Barry and Barkha Singh are the new additions to the cast. The first season of Masaba Masaba, which debuted in August 2020 on Netflix, had received favorable reviews from critics and audiences.

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