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Alt Balaji has been on the brink of producing bigger shows one after the other for a long time now and one of the most encouraging aspects of this has been the fact that they have managed to clock franchise shows. One of their recently popular shows has been Class of 2020, which was the second installment in the Class Of series. And now, owing to the roaring success of Class of 2020, there is a second season rolling already where things are only going to get crazier, wackier, and a lot of fun indeed.
In an exclusive interview with us, we had actor Joyita Chatterjee who plays the Ranchi talk about several things from what to expect in the second season and her character. When asked about how her character will be shaping up in Season 2, she said, "My character is a confident girl, who is the hottie of the school where people keep wondering whether she is actually good or bad. The viewers would know how even in the end of the first season, rest of the school friends come to know that my character Rachi always comes to help when needed. Coming to second season, it is all about the goodness where she will become the nicest person of the school, which I know will be rather surprising for everyone."
When we asked what is new in this season, she said, "In this season, there is a twist. In the first one, as one knows, she dated two boys and this season, there will be a one-of-a-kind love triangle between me, Rohan Mehra and Shefali Jariwala's character. In the end of the first season end, it was shown that we are finally together after so many hurdles but it this time around, it will be shown that there is a lot of misunderstandings which will lead to a breakup between me and him and then again lead to a love triangle between the aforementioned."
When we asked that does the character feel stereotyped due to being 'bold' per se, she said, "If you call this character specifically bold, then yes she is bold but not stereotypical because the girl is as such. In the end, when it comes to the show, it's a school drama and we have tried to maintain the reality as much as possible. Yes obviously there are kissing scenes and everything else but no 'bold' scenes as such."
Signing off, we asked her what is next for her, to which she said, "Next, I have signed a South Indian film so probably that should begin soon and I have also signed another show with Alt Balaji, which should roll soon."
We wish the actor all the best for all her future endeavors.