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Vivo teams up with Mirzapur2

Guddu bhaiya and Munna bhaiya, the stars of Mirzapur, unbox the all-new phone Vivo V20.

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NEW DELHI: Mirzapur season 2 is all set to stream on Amazon Prime Video and viewers are eager to binge-watch the show after the previous season closed on a cliffhanger.

To leverage the series’ immense popularity and connect with Indian audiences, smartphone maker Vivo is tying up with Mirzapur. The brand has posted a video online which shows Guddu bhaiya and Munna bhaiya, the stars of Mirzapur, unboxing the all-new phone Vivo20 and sharing their experience in their trademark style, totally in character.

Vivo Smartphone digital marketing Prateek (Kumar) Midha said in a post on LinkedIn: “Happy to announce yet another Brand Collab between vivo V20 x Amazon Prime Video Mirzapur 2.
"Here is the first video we have co-created with the Mirzapur team as part of this association. Watch Guddu and Munna unboxing the all-new #vivoV20 and felt mesmerized by experiencing the ultra-sleek delight coming out from the box.”

Earlier this month, Amazon Prime Video unveiled a two-and-a-half-minute look at the sophomore season of Mirzapur that will drop on the streaming platform on October 23. The trailer sets up the war brewing between the Tripathis — Akhandanand “Kaleen” Tripathi (Pankaj Tripathi), his son and heir “Munna” Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) and his rival's son Sharad Shukla (Anjum Sharma), and their former henchman “Guddu” Pandit (Ali Fazal).

The first season of the Amazon Prime Video series premiered on November 16, 2018. It became a runaway hit and developed a loyal fandom. Popular dialogues from the show were turned into viral memes.

The craze for the crime-thriller show is such that fans scoured the internet for details about the second season, so much so that it became the most popular question on Quora.

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