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Virgin Bhasskar Season 2 is an upcoming web series releasing on ALT Balaji & Zee5 Premium.
The Show is based on the hilarious story of an adult novelist who wants to lose his virginity with a girl who as they say – is way out of his league. It is a quirky series with a never-seen-before concept that intends to take the internet by storm.
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2: Storyline
The story of this web series revolves around a Guy named Bhasskar who is still a virgin. He loves his childhood friend. What happened when a series of events happen between there life.
Virgin Bhaskar season 2 is full of comedy and bold scenes similar to season 1 and has a total of 11 episodes.
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2: Cast
- Bhaskar Tripathi is playing Anant Joshi.
- Ritapanna Aishwarya plays Vidya Pandey.
- Mishra Ji plays Dhirendra Kumar Tiwari.
- Rohan is Himanshu Arora.
- Abhishek Yadav is going to see us in the role of Omkar Nautiyal.
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2: Review
Bhasskar (Anant Joshi), who is an erotic novel writer known by the name Bad Boy Bhaskar, falls in love with Vidhi (Rutpanna Aishwarya) and fights odds to overcome professional hurdles in their relationship.
While he is getting love, he still wishes for intimacy with his partner. However, Vidhi leaves him to pursue her career.
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2 Review – An Erotic Comedy That Loses Its Spunk Quickly
The depiction of various emotions and perversions in the show fails to impress. There are confusion and chaos in the name of an adult comedy not only for Bhasskar but also for the viewer.
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2 Review: A lost comedy
In the initial half, it’s a full-fledged adult comedy where the farcical, partially erotic situations ensure a few laughs. The latter part of the series suddenly turns into a family entertainer and even begins to deliver social messages about repressed sexual desires of both genders.
Watch Or Not??
Virgin Bhasskar Season 2 is strictly for adults only who savor pointless adult comedies. Others may skip this series without any second thought.