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Viu’s ‘Love, Lust and Confusion’ is back with season 2

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MUMBAI: Expanding its popular ‘Love, Lust and Confusion’ franchise, Viu announces the launch of the highly-awaited second season of the series on March 8th, 2019. The fresh and relatable storyline of the first season led to a surge in viewership. This second outing gears up to bring double the drama and confusion to these love stories.

While season one chronicled the character Paroma Sarkar's journey through her to-do list, including indecision, physical explorations and confusion, that every millennial can relate to, this upcoming season will see her deal with her ‘don’t do list’. Paroma will be seen working on a graphic novel based on her relationship escapades creating even more confusion between love and lust.

Commenting on the launch Country Head of Viu India, Mr. Vishal Maheshwari said, “At Viu,we strive to tell stories that appeal to the youth of today. We created characters and a story that millennials can relate to and are glad that the show struck the right chord with them. Season 2 of Love, Lust and Confusion is our way of thanking the fans of the show for all the support. We aim to continue to expand our originals catalogue with innovative and refreshing content.”  

The 13-episode light-hearted, realistic romantic dramedy is directed by Victor Mukherjee and produced by Mango People Media. Catch Love, Lust and Confusion Season 2 starting 8thMarch, 2019.Lead characters are played by Tara Alisha Berry, Shiv Pandit and Gaurav Chopra, along with the rest of the gang that includes a mix of new and old faces such as Meiyang Chang, Swati Vatssa, Diksha Juneja, Sanjay Suri and Rajat Barmecha.

Viu originals can be streamed on www.viu.com and the Viu App. And for regular updates and show announcements, you can follow Viu on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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