‘Metro Park 2’ is the story of a lively Gujarati Patel family of Metro Park, who are back to share the day-to-day challenges they face while living in America. Kalpesh Patel (Ranvir Shorey), who runs a convenience store called ‘Pay & Run’ along with his wife Payal Patel (Purbi Joshi) who balances her family life and beauty salon. And their extended family living in the neighborhood —Payal’s sister Kinjal (Vega Tamotia) and her South Indian husband Kannan (Omi Vaidya)—witnesses the everyday issues of the Patel family along with fielding some of their own.
This season acquaints two new interesting additions to the family; one is Kinjal and Kannan’s newborn baby boy Kian and the other one is Payal and Kinjal’s mother (Sarita Joshi), who is physically present everywhere in the form of a robot where one can see and listen to her through the screen or vice-versa. Written and directed by Ajayan Venugopalan and Abi Varghese, ‘Metro Park Season 2’ is a reflection of Indian societies settled in different parts of the world. This 12-part series with a duration of 20-25 minutes per episode has a significant happy-go-lucky story that keeps you entertained throughout.
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The cast of ‘Metro Park’ is back with yet another seriously funny season in a non-pandemic world (feels like a distant memory, doesn’t it?). Season 2 kicks off with an auspicious naming ceremony in a traditional South Indian setting. But by the end of the first episode, things aren’t looking quite as auspicious for Kalpesh.
As the rest of the season unfolds, viewers will get to see guest appearances by Sarita Joshi, Vasant Patel and the heartthrob Milind Soman. An Eros Now original series, created by Abi Varghese and Ajayan Venugopalan, ‘Metro Park’ season 2 is that subtle riot which is a sure shot entertainer for the entire family.
Check out our exclusive interview with Ranvir Shorey, Omi Vaidya, and Milind Soman and listen to what they had to say about their experiences while shooting for ‘Metro Park’ through the pandemic.
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