Samantar 2: Swwapnil Joshi Shoots A Thrilling Sequence Of His Upcoming Digital Series

Superstar Swwapnil Joshi shares a glimpse of the thriller sequence from the shoot of his upcoming thriller web series, Samantar 2.

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Samantar 2: Swwapnil Joshi Shoots A Thrilling Sequence Of His Upcoming Digital Series
Superstar Swwapnil Joshi starrer upcoming thriller web series Samantar 2 has been on the most awaited list for a while now. The 1st season of the series rocked the Digital media platform with its mind-blowing and thrilling story. The story of a man who’s in search of his other self, made the audience wonder about many things. With an amazing start, the story left the audience thinking about what’ll happen next with a mysterious end to the 1st season. 

As the new year is coming, the excitement about the series is increasing day by day among the audience. And, actor Swwapnil Joshi has also been adding more to this excitement by posting various BTS posts from the shoot, on his Insta handle.


As we all know, the second season is currently in the shooting phase there are various sequences being shot. Among them, it seems like the shoot has come to the part where they have started shooting a thrilling sequence, as we can see from Swwapnil’s latest post. This post looks like it’s from a thrilling scene, as it’s getting shot in the darkness and the light is only focused on Swwapnil’s face. After seeing this amazing BTS, the audience has become more eager as it looks like the series is packed with some amazing thrilling scenes. But the series is still a work in progress. So it seems like we’ll have to wait till this series rocks the Digital platform in 2021.

Meanwhile, on the work front, the actor is currently appearing as the permanent guest in the famous Marathi comedy show Chala Hawa Yeu Dya, as he’s recently joined the CHYD team.


Image Source: Instagram/swwapnil_joshi
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