Netflix’s Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives, starring Bhavna Pandey, Maheep Kapoor, Seema Khan, and Neelam Kothari and produced by Karan Johar, was a flaming OTT hit, viewed by different people for different reasons, with a voyeuristic drive being the common thread tying all of them together. As a result, it’s no wonder that fans are eagerly anticipating the second season.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic situation, we were curious as to what the most recent update on Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives season 2 is and how far the development has progressed, and Bollywood Life had the opportunity to find out during an exclusive interview with Chunky Panday, who has a recurring role on the reality show.
Chunky Panday while talking about the show said, “The second season has been confirmed and I’ll have to participate as my wife (Bhavna Pandey) is there in it. But, they haven;t signed me (laughs), they’ve only signed Bhavna, so all the money will go to Bhavna, I’ll have to work for free (jokes). Of course, it’ll all (the money) come back to the same home, but she doesn’t give me any money (jokes further). SHe takes my money, but doesn’t give me any in return. Her money is her, and my money is for the both of us (laughs). But, yes, the shoot for the show is going to begin from next month. It’s a nice, fun show.”
Providing some details on Ananya Panday’s upcoming pan-India film, Liger, in which she will star alongside Telugu actor Vijay Deverakonda, he said, “I am very excited for Liger. I always tell Ananya that it’s going to be a big, commercial film for her. And I’ve also seen some rushes of the film, I must confess, and that guy, Vijay Deverakonda, he’s just amazing. My, God… oh… oh… oh… so good looking and he’s done a fabulous job. He’s an all rounder – he does action, he does dance, he does everything, he’s really good. And his and Ananya’s jodi looks great. So, I’m very, very excited about Liger. In fact (pauses and thinks)… even I should’ve done a role in it. I should (still) go an audition for it (laughs). Woh, hit hai picture. (The movie is a hit.).”