Abhishek Bachchan to make his digital debut with Amazon Prime Video India Original Breathe season 2
The second season of Breathe, with Amit Sadh and Abhishek Bachchan, will be directed by Mayank Sharma.
Amazon Prime Video India's successful crime thriller Breathe will return to the digital platform for a second season, the streaming service announced on Friday. Furthermore, Abhishek Bachchan will make his debut in the digital entertainment platform with the show.
Bachchan took to Twitter and made the announcement.
Thrilled to announce my digital debut with the second season of the @PrimeVideoIN original @BreatheAmazon created & produced by @abundantia_ent & @vikramix and directed by @mayankvsharma. Looking forward to a fascinating ride @TheAmitSadh Let’s do this! #Breathe2 pic.twitter.com/ej6NUlkVkk
— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) December 14, 2018
Amit Sadh, who played a pivotal part in the psychological thriller, will reprise his role as police officer Kabir Sawant for its second season as well. The series will be directed by Mayank Sharma.
AND... I'm back as Kabir Sawant in an all-new season of the @PrimeVideoIN original @BreatheAmazon created & produced by @abundantia_ent & @vikramix and directed by @mayankvsharma. Truly excited to have you on board @juniorbachchan Looking forward to #Breathe2 pic.twitter.com/Wyhn6bc2s6 — Amit Sadh (@TheAmitSadh) December 14, 2018
The first season follows a series of murders of organ donors who are connected to Danny Mascarenhas, played by R Madhavan. The show was the second Original from Amazon Prime Video after Inside Edge and was the first of its kind to release in three languages — Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. It started streaming on 26 January this year.
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