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Four More Shots Please! renewed for a third season, Tannishtha Chatterjee on board as director


The Amazon Prime web-series features Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo and Bani J as four fast friends who support each other through thick and thin. 

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Best friends Damini, Anjana, Siddhi and Umang will return for one more round in a third season of Amazon Prime's Four More Shots Please! with Tannishtha Chatterjee joining the show as a director.

The comedy and drama series, starring Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo and Bani J, ended the second season at Umang's wedding in Udaipur. The third season will continue the stories of the four women, who each were dealing with a major event in their lives when the second season ended.

Producer Pritish Nandy said in a report on IndianExpress.com, "In the new season, the unapologetically flawed girls will face even greater challenges and stereotypes thrown at them but all the while their friendship will be their driving force. The third season will pick up from where the four girls are left at the end of season two and will take forward their stories as they journey ahead in their career, relationships, love and, most importantly, the passion and beauty of their friendship."

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Created by Rangita Pritish Nandy, Four More Shots Please! also stars Milind Soman, Lisa Ray, Prateik, Neil Bhoopalam, and Simone Singh. Actress-turned-director Chatterjee will direct the third season; Anu Menon and Nupur Asthana respectively directed the first and second seasons. Devika Bhagat will return to write the third season, while Ishita Moitra will write the dialogues.

In a statement, Aparna Purohit, the head of Amazon Originals said, "The response to Four More Shots Please! has been phenomenal. It has already become the most-watched show from India this year. The first season was one of the top three most-watched Amazon Original Series from India in 2019, and season two has set yet another benchmark.”

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