The streaming date for Mismatched season two has yet to be announced.
It's been a year since the boy met the girl, and the girl met coding, and the three of them fell in love. That's correct, we're talking about Mismatched, the cutest love tale we saw last year. Rishi (Rohit Saraf), Dimple (Prajakta Koli), Zeenat (Vidya Malvade), Harsh (Vihaan Samat), Celina (Muskkaan Jaferi), Anmol (Taaruk Raina), and the rest of the group captured our hearts and made us go "aww" throughout the series a year ago.
The series, which was produced by RSVP Movies, quickly became a popular favourite, with Saraf being the national crush and Koli, aka Mostly Sane, receiving praise for her acting debut. The group has been filming and preparing for a much-anticipated Season Two as they celebrate a year of Mismatched!
Director Akarsh Khurana said after completing one year of Mismatched that he didn't know what to expect coming into the series. The filmmaker shared that the audience welcomed Dimple, Rishi, and everyone else as their own when they opened the film up to the world.
Khurana further said that the series received an outpouring of affection that was inconceivable, and he would be eternally thankful for it. The Karwaan helmer added that it has been an incredible year, and he is thrilled to be able to continue working with Netflix and his team to deliver more of Mismatched to the world, including deeper dives into all of the characters who have been so popular.
Khurana concluded by saying that they would be here shortly, and that he was a great mix of nervous and excited.
In the first season, we saw that Saraf as Rishi is on the lookout for his happily ever after, while Saraf as Dimple aspires to be a tech whiz. Over the course of three months, this mismatched couple must navigate an unusual group of pals, violent bullies, a snobby professor... and, of course, each other.
Mismatched is a series based on Sandhya Menon's novel When Dimple Met Rishi. The young adult romance is produced by Ronnie Screwvala's RSVP. While Khurana and Nipun Dharmadhikari directed the series, which was scripted by Gazal Dhaliwal.