“Mumbai Diaries Season 2” Trailer: Produced by Nikhil Advani, the show stars Mohit Raina, Konkona Sen Sharma, Tina Desai, Shreya Dhanwanthary, and Satyajeet Dubey.
“Mumbai Diaries Season 2” trailer is here! On Friday morning, Prime Video released the film’s trailer, which follows doctors, nurses, and staff at the Mumbai General Hospital as they battle devastation in the 2008 Mumbai floods.
About the series
The press release for the “Mumbai Diaries” series reads: “Mumbai Diaries is a medical thriller set in a government emergency hospital.
The series explores the efforts of medical staff hospitals and other first responders in Mumbai to prevent trouble. Emergencies and extreme heat. Life “In this battle to save and treat others, prison workers are the most vulnerable.”
About the trailer
The trailer begins with the voiceover that announces that ‘No one can forget the night of November 26’. Next, we know Mumbai is put on red alert due to incessant rains, and citizens are advised to stay indoors and safe.
The scene then shifts inside the hospital as it is crowded with patients in a crisis. In the midst, as Dr, Kaushik (Mohit Raina) struggles to handle the escalating tensions, he comes to admit that he might not have the same drive to be a trauma surgeon.
The trailer then teases how the floods wreak havoc inside the hospital as well, as the doctors and staff are left to deal with “unlimited problems with limited resources.”
Reacting to the trailer, a fan wrote, “Trailer looks amazing. This is worth watching. Can’t wait to watch.” Another said, “Very powerful trailer…. Mohit Raina is on fire in it… I have seen season 1 also.
” A comment read, “Again legit Season 2.. Nikhil Advani Sir is Extraordinary and an exceptional filmmaker.” “What a trailer…sooo excited for season 2” read another comment.
“Mumbai Diaries Season 2” is created by Nikhil Advani, and also stars Konkona Sen Sharma, Mohit Raina, Tina Desai, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Satyajeet Dubey, Natasha Bharadwaj, Mrunmayee Deshpande, and Prakash Belawadi. The series drops on Prime Video on October 6.