- The second installment of Inside edge had been released on Amazon Prime on 6th December.
- The second season much like the first one has drama, with higher stakes.
- Angad Bedi
- Riccha Chadha
- Tanuj Virwani
- Sayani Gupta
- Amit Saiyal
- Sapna Pabbi
- Vivek Anand Oberoi
- Amir Bashir
- Siddhant Chaturvedi
The second season of the much awaited series streaming on Amazon Prime is out. The second season is amped up with drama, higher stakes, new rivalries, lust for power, and more characters.
The first installment of the Inside Edge was all about the politics involved in selecting players, match fixing and betting in T20 cricket league. The first season terminated with cliffhanger where the budding bowler of the team shot his teammate and one of the most accomplished bowlers of the team-Devender Mishra.
The second season takes off from where the first season ended. There’s proper investigation being held to catch the person who shot Devender.
Despite of not being as gripping as its first installment, second season doesn’t fail in impressing its audience. There’s striking resemblance with real-life incidents, whether it’s shifting PPL to South Africa our the massive outrage in the country during the release of Padmavat due to Jauhar scene picturised in the film.
With Vikrant Dhawan fired from the position of the co-owner of Mumbai Mavericks, the team gets a new co-owner in Mantra Patil.
Richa Chadha returns as the co-owner Zareena Malik, but this time she is not as naive as she was in the first season. This time the lady is manipulative and opportunistic businesswoman, who will stop at nothing to get where she wants.
In this season, rivalry is at its peak as Vayu Raghvan becomes the captain of Mumbai Mavericks and Arvind Vashishta moves to Haryana Hurricanes.
Besides its gripping and engaging storyline, there are some stellar performances delivered by Aamir Bashir, Tanuj Virwani, Angad Bedi, Sayani Gupta, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Vivek Anand Oberoi and Richa Chadha.
Cricket aficionado or otherwise, Inside edge has lot to offer, and is not same as the T20 with its peaks and valleys but has enough moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat.