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Made In Heaven: Arjun Mathur and Sobhita Dhulipala Speak Their Minds About the Series


After the immense success of Made in Heaven, it’s already concluded that the directors and film makers will surely be coming out with the next much awaited part of the series. In fact, Zoya Akhtar, the creator of the web series has already confirmed the news mentioning they would soon start working on the second part. Arjun Mathur and Sobhita Dhulipala had been the prime star cast of the series. They play the role of two charismatic wedding planners in this Amazon Prime’s new web series, Made in heaven.

Made in Heaven has been amongst the most creative and captivating story created by Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti. Featuring the glory and grandeur of Delhi and its nearby places, each episode features a new story bringing out the new darker side of the city and the real world experiences far from realization involved in such a big show. In a freewheeling session, Arjun and Sobhita shared a few experiences and their personal ideologies about the web series explaining how the idea worked and what a great experience it was for them to be a part of this enigmatic series.

Initially they began with their thoughts on the big fat Delhi weddings which according to them are simply burning money on an unnecessary basis. This simply turns out to be unmanageable and waste. Moving on they shared their work experiences on working with Zoya. Arjun mentioned that he has been waiting since years to work with Zoya and getting an opportunity to work on such a creative concept of Made in Heaven is just like a dream come true for him.

Both the stars look forward to work with Zoya for the upcoming second season of the web series Made in Heaven.

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Preeti Singh

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