The whole cast of Hostages travelled to Nepal for a bone marrow transplant in Season 2. As of now, Handa has not given up hope of escaping. For the sake of his daughter, Prithivi must maintain control of the situation. Hostages Season 2 contains more severe conditions than Season 1.
In Hostages Season 3, we can expect a continuation of the tale from Season 2, or even a new beginning.
Hostages Season 3 Air Dates
Season 3 of Hostages hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s expected to premiere in late 2021. As a result, it’s possible that Hostages Season 3 will debut around the end of 2022. We’ll have to wait and see what happens. We’ll post any fresh information on Hostages Season 3 as soon as we have it.
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Hostages Season 3 Characters: Who Has Chances To Be Back Again?
Here is a look at the cast of the second season of Hostages. Hostages Season 3 will feature several of the cast members listed below.
The cast of Hostages Season 3
- Ronit Roy is the SP in this case. The author is named Prithvi Singh.
- Karnail Singh is played by Kanwalijit Singh.
- Divya Dutta in the role of Ayesha Khan
- Morea as Ranbir, and Dandekar as Isha.
- Asghar, played by Asif Basra Nabi
- In the role of Shikha Pandey, Shweta Basu Prasad
- In the role of Rohan, Danish Sood
- Shukla portrays Shanaya Sahni in the film.
- Danish Husain plays Arjun Bhasin, while Owais Himanshi Choudhry plays Kanika Arora in the film.
Hostages is the inspiration for the television series Hostages. It aired in October of that year. Hostages is a thriller, a mystery, and a crime series.
It has been reported that Ronit Roy will portray SP, Prithvi Singh IPS, Shri Swara Dubey will portray Saba (Prithvi Singh’s wife), Tisca Chopra will portray Dr. Mira Anand, Parvin Dabas will portray Sanjay Anand, Aashim Gulati will portray Aman, Mohan Kapoor will portray Subramanian, and Dalip Tahil will portray CM Khushwant Lal Handa.
Hostages Season 3 Storyline: What Can We Expect?
A hostage situation is shown in the plot of the series, as we know. In order for her family to survive, she is forced to participate in a plot to assassinate a high-ranking political official.
Season 3’s plot has not yet been revealed by the show’s creator. Prithvi Singh IPS is anticipated to run across additional problems in season 3 because to the addition of the series’ new cast members. Like the previous two seasons, Season 3 is likely to bring something new and intriguing to the table.
Season 3 was taken hostage.
Mayukh Ghosh and Shiva Bajpai penned the piece. Sudhir Mishra directed Hostages Season 1, and Sachin Krishn directed Hostages Season 2. Hostages’ theme song was composed by Karel Antonin.
The first season of Hostages, consisting of ten episodes, premiered on May 31st, 2019. The second season of Hostages premiered on September 9th, 2020, with a total of twelve episodes. Season 3 of Hostages is scheduled to premiere at the end of 2022.
Hostages Seasons 1 and 2 each have their own distinct episode titles. Hostages was executive produced by Rohit Philip and Sameer Rajendran.
Where To Watch The Hostages?
As far as the show’s production goes, it was done by the team of Sameer Nair, Deepak Dhar and Deepak Segal. Hostages was filmed in India for the television series. Hostages is a 25-33 minute long drama series.
Applause Entertainment and Banjiay Asia collaborated on the production of the drama series Hostages. It was distributed in India by the Walt Disney Company. On the OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar, you may watch the series Hostages. The third season of Hostages will be available on Disney+ and Hotstar.
The second season trailer for Hostages may be seen below. Hostages Season 3’s trailer has yet to be released.
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