Yesterday, the Mirzapur team held a press conference in Mumbai which witnessed the presence of the whole cast along with the creators and producers of the 'Mirzapur'.
Amazon Prime's Vice President Tim Leslie was also present at the event. Tim said "We are investing in local contents from India and providing them to international audiences through our platform, we aim at motivating the local content and taking the best out of them"
It started with all the creators introducing the world of Mirzapur:
Producer Ritesh Sidhwani
said, "Everyone will love all the characters from Mirzapur and the characters will make a special place in the minds of viewers"
He also revealed that season 2 of Mirzapur is in the making.
Then the Mirzapur writer-director Karan Anshuman said, "It will be a unique content for the Indian audiences and we hope that they will love it"
The powerhouse cast of 'Mirzapur' joined the stage.
When Pankaj Tripathi
who will be seen playing Kaleen Bhaiyya in Mirzapur was asked, Was it difficult to play a serious gangster in Mirzapur?
The actor answered, "It was difficult for me to not to be funny on screens while shooting this series"
was asked, "You seem to be selective when it comes to films, what was the reason which inspired you to do Mirzapur?
The actor answered, "The whole cast and a good script inspired me to do Mirzapur"
Actress Shweta Tripathi
and Shriya Pilgaonkar
who are playing on screen sisters in the upcoming series said, " We are lucky to have more screen space in Mirzapur and having vital roles"
She said, "I started from a cycle, then bike and finally a bullet". The actress will be seen riding a bullet in the upcoming series.
Sharing a funny incident from the sets of Mirzapur, actor Divyendu Sharma
said, "I shooted a 'speech giving' scene in a college and next a day a student came to me and said I will vote for you Munna and he also wrote a poem for me as he thought I was a real gangster".
Stay tuned for more updates.