The trailer is about what happens when the three friends accidentally mix up their bachelor’s trip with a pilgrimage alongwith 10 others!
Readers may recall the first season of ‘Shantit Kranti’, in which the trio of Prasanna, Dinar and Shreyas go to Goa to chill out and how they get ‘chilled out eventually. After the runaway success of ‘Shantit Kranti’, the makers are now back with the show’s second season. This time round, the trio of Prasanna (Lalit Prabhakar), Dinar (Alok Rajwade) and Shreyas (Abhay Mahajan) are back in yet another attempt to find peace… we mean… solemn peace! And in an attempt to do so, the trio set out for yet another adventure. The show’s makers had dropped the super-exciting trailer of the show today.
The show’s trailer starts with Shreyas and Dinar failing to recognise their friend Prasanna aka Parshya, who is now married and has a daughter! The trio are uniting after a long gap of 18 long months. It is here where Shreyas tells Prasanna and Dinar about the good news of him getting married. Finding that as an excuse, the trio set out for their bachelor’s trip. Things go out of their hands when they get to realise that Shreyas had lied about his engagement! But, for the bachelor’s trip, Prasanna gets his baby along.
Things go haywire when they realise that Dinar had actually booked tickets for their bachelor’s trip to Nepal along with 10 total strangers who are out on a 6-day pilgrimage! This, then, leads the trio to an enchanting land of Madhya Pradesh.
Post that, the trio realise that their tour operator had got them on a pilgrimage in the name of a bachelor’s trip, which the trio co-relate to ‘Shantivan’ with Goa! This is then followed by the trio’s journey from Maharashtra to Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and others.
The second season of the series ‘Shantit Kranti’ has been created by TVF in association with BhaDiPa (Bharatiya Digital Party) and has been produced by Arunabh Kumar. The said series has been directed by Sarang Sathaye and Paula McGlynn. The series stars Abhay Mahajan, Alok Rajwade, Lalit Prabhakar, Mrinmayee Godbole, Priya Banerjee, Priyadarshini Indalkar among others.