Kota Factory 2 Teaser Ft. Vaibhav Pandey Out: Struggles At Maheshwari Classes

We have Kota Factory 2 knocking at our screens! This 2019 show came out of nowhere and still made a place in everyone’s hearts. The show resonated with thousands of students who struggle every year under academic and peer pressure, especially the ones who visit Kota, Rajasthan- the hub of coaching institutes, aiming to prepare for IIT. Shot completely in black and white trying to replicate the dark and bright side of preparing for entrance examinations, the show gained a lot of fanfare.

With the success of the first season that was available on YouTube by TVF, the show was soon not only renewed for a second season but also picked up the OTT giant Netflix. Recently, Netflix released the teaser for Kota Factory 2 and here’s everything you need to know about it.

Kota Factory 2: Everything The Teaser Tells Us

The struggle of our protagonist Vaibhav continues at Maheshwari Classes, a coaching institute in Kota as he prepares to sit for IIT. Only this season, we do not find our Jeetu Bhaiya to be the much-loved physics teacher and guide at Maheswari as he has started his own coaching institute. With the absence of such an essential guide at Mahaswari, we can clearly see Vaibhav taking the blows of his academic and personal life.

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We see the essential cast members return for Kota Factory 2.

The second season will show us Mayur More as Vaibhav Pandey, Ranjan Raj as Balmukund Meena and Alam Khan as Uday Gupta trying to figure out their life and different relationships in Kota. The much-acclaimed Jitendra Kumar as Jeetu Bhaiya is also back to be cherished on our screens. The teaser also shows us Revathi Pillai who will revive in her role as Vartika Ratawal.

Fans are eagerly waiting for the release of Kota Factory 2. Meanwhile, for the ones who haven’t watched the first season, they can now stream it on Netflix.

Kota Factory 2 will be out on 24th September on Netflix.

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