South Film industry’s popular actress Samantha Akkineni has resumed work, the actress recently dubbed for the web series, The Family Man season 2. Marking her digital debut with its second season, the actress was quite thrilled to record for her character, hinting the audience to get ready for a crazy ride on the digital platform. The season 2 of this hit series to be premiered on Amazon Prime Video, saw versatile actor Manoj Bajpayee in the main lead, playing an analyst in TASC in reel life.
Samantha, sharing a picture of the dubbing studio on her INSTA Stories thanked the creator of the show, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Samantha wrote, “Dubbing for the Family Man season 2 … OMG you guys are in for a crazy ride.” She also added, “@rajanddk Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou.” Samantha as stated in Indian Express had expressed to be part of the booming digital space and felt nothing would be better than The Family Man season 2 to dip her toes in the digital space.
She said, “With the digital space booming, I knew I had to be a part of this revolution. What better way to make my digital debut, than with one of India’s most loved series – The Family Man.”
Also praising the creators of this show, she added, “I have loved Raj & DK’s work and given the global reach and standing of Amazon Prime Video, I couldn’t have asked for better partners.” ALSO READ: Samantha Akkineni Looks Stunning As She Flaunts Her New Piercings; Gets A Huge Thumbs Up From Her Fans- PIC INSIDE
Not spilling more about her role, she said, “The role I play in the show is diametrically different from anything I have done before. It will certainly surprise and delight my fans.”
OTT platform is yet to announce the premiere date of The Family Man Season 2. ALSO READ: Naga Chaitanya Goes All Goofy With Samantha Akkineni; You Will Be Compelled To Drop Red Hearts
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