Second season of 'A.I.SHA | My Virtual Girlfriend' to launch on Arré


MUMBAI: Arré’s cult and award winning web series A.I.SHA | My Virtual Girlfriend is back with a season two. This season endeavors to further explore the maze of dimensions that go beyond the creation of A.I.

Season two of A.I.SHA is about revenge, redemption and a revolution that threatens to destroy anyone who comes in the way of a mad pursuit of power, control and world domination.
This season of A.I.SHA has six episodes and will launch on the Arré App, website (www.arre.co.in) and all its partner platforms, including Facebook, Youtube, SonyLiv, YuppTV, Vodafone Play, and others on 23 March 2017.

Arre founder B Saikumar said: “We are overwhelmed with the response on A.I.SHA, a show that introduced a new genre within the digital space in India. Set in the backdrop of A.I, virtual reality and cyber crime, this season explores various emotions from love to revenge in the real and virtual worlds, promising to keep the viewer on the edge of his seat. A.I.SHA is very special to us since it was one of the shows that Arré launched with and we are thrilled to be coming out with a new season within the year.”

The show is presented by Gillette Flexball in association with Palo Alto Networks and Indo Nissin Foods. Palo Alto Networks has also partnered with the series as script consultant and advisor, to bring in the required technical authenticity to the show.

It is produced for Arré by Raghu Ram and Rajiv Laxman’s production venture, Monozygotic.

Ram added, “We’re fast approaching a world where the power balance depends on who controls A.I. Season 2 is a peek into this exciting and scary world and A.I.SHA is at the centre of this deadly power struggle. This season takes this great game to the next level.“

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