“The renewal of any season is the biggest feedback one can receive”: Kumar Varun on Amazon miniTV’s Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare Season 3

Mumbai, 8th May 2024: Amazon miniTV, Amazon’s free video streaming service, recently unveiled the third season of its highly acclaimed series, Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare. Led by the dynamic Zakir Khan as Ronny Pathak, the new season takes the audience on an enthralling ride through the bustling streets of Indore. As Ronny ventures into local politics amidst comedic misadventures and unexpected challenges, he deals with the complexities of power, friendship, family, and personal growth. Capturing the essence of local charm and political satire, the third season features Zakir Khan, Abhimanyu Singh, Amruta Khanvilkar, Kumar Varun, Alka Amin, Vyom Sharma, and Venus Singh in pivotal roles.

Kumar Varun, who essays the role of Kranti, Ronny’s friend, in the series, shared his initial reaction to its renewal for the third season, expressing a sense of validation and gratitude. “My first reaction was a sense of validation. The renewal of any season is the biggest feedback one can receive when creating something. Even though I have a small part in the show, knowing that the season is being renewed is the greatest feedback I could ask for. Additionally, the fact that it is available on Amazon miniTV made me even happier, as it means everyone can watch it for free,” stated Varun.

Meanwhile, talking about the strong bond he shares with his co-stars in the series, Zakir Khan shared, “For my friends in the series, in fact for most of the actors, I would move mountains and destroy them, too. I would do the same for not just the actors but also the real-life inspirations behind the characters in the series.”

The new season of Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare is streaming exclusively on Amazon miniTV for free within Amazon’s shopping app, on Prime Video, Fire TV, Smart TVs, or download the app from Play Store.

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