Actor Megan Suri, who appeared on the ABC family comedy fresh off the boat, Will star in the second season of never have I ever, A Netflix Upcoming Age Series. The show, created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, revolves around Devi, an academically competitive and hot-headed Indian American teenager, played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, trying to catch the eye of the school’s heartthrob Thea, who was secretly mourning the sudden death of her father. Good in Bed: Mindy Kaling for Star and Jennifer Weiner’s film adaptation for HBO Max’s best-selling novel
According to Deadline, Suri Sherman will play the role of Anisa, a new Indian student at Oaks High, whose confidence and sparkle will pose an immediate threat to Devi. Suri’s feature credits include films such as “Valentine’s Day” and “The Misdemeanor of Bindu”. The news of her casting comes as production in the second season began a fortnight ago. Mindy Kaling would like to work with Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor
In the new season, Ramakrishnan, Pooran Jagannathan, Richa Murjani, Zarine Levison, Darren Barnett, Lee Rodriguez and Ramlila Young will play the role of Devi along with the returning cast. The first season, which began on 27 April this year, was praised by critics for its inclusivity and breaking of South Asian boundaries.
Fisher 3 serves as executive writer, executive producer and showrunner for Kaling, along with Howard Klein and David Minor of Arts Entertainment. The show is produced by Universal Television in collaboration with 3 Arts Entertainment, Original Langster and Kalinga International.
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