Netflix India has announced the second season of Kota Factory will be available to stream from 24 September, 2021.
First broadcast in April 2019, Kota Factory is a story set in Kota, a hub for many coaching centres where students come from all over India to prepare for various entrance exams. It follows the life of 16-year-old Vaibhav who moves to Kota from Itarsi and shows the life of students in the city, and their efforts to get into IIT.
The series stars Jitendra Kumar, Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Ahsaas Channa, Revathi Pillai and Urvi Sing, the second season of Kota Factory is set to premiere on Netflix on the 24th of September, 2021. It will follow the life of Vaibhav, a young student on his journey to Maheshwari – one of Kota’s leading training institutes, and how he tries to balance his friendships, his relationship with his mentor and the looming pressure of getting into IIT.
Speaking about season 2 of the series, Raghav Subbu said: “As a director, I try to create stories that inspire and enthrall audiences throughout. Season 2 of Kota Factory will chronicle the journey of students at Kota and the struggles they face on a daily basis, which will make it more engaging and realistic.
“The compelling story and spectacular performances will keep the audience intrigued. I’m really excited to share the epic content with the diverse audience of Netflix,” Subbu added.
Watch the official teaser here:
Tanya Bami, Director, International Originals, Netflix India, said: “We are excited to bring back the favourite characters, Vaibhav, Uday, Shivangi, Meena and Jeetu Bhaiyya in the second season of Kota Factory on Netflix.
“Just like the previous season, this season too is rich with authenticity and relatability of college life, the choices and struggles of the youth not just in Kota, but everywhere in the country too.”
Combining some of the finest talents from the industry, the series is produced by The Viral Fever and Season 1 of the series is available to stream now on Netflix.
Season 2 will be available from 24 September, 2021.