Inside Edge – an Indian sports-drama TV show produced by Karan Anshuman. It was premiered on the 10th of July 2017 on Prime Video. It is the leading Hindi-language show issued by Amazon Originals.
THE STORYLINE – SEASON 3 – INSIDE EDGE
The part six of Inside Edge is being played by – The Mumbai Mavericks in the power play league. The preceding tours were going fine, but while the crew gets a new keeper, the climate in the team will be changed devastatingly. Fame and Greed bring to the fore. The show spins around a T20 cricket club that is fictional.
This show has gained many positive responses from fans and the viewers and was also nominated for the Best Drama show at 46th International Emmy Awards. The segment III was broadcasted on December 6, 2019. The root of origin is India, and the Real language is English and Hindi. It consists of two seasons with 20 chapters.
THE RELEASE DATE – SEASON 3 – INSIDE EDGE
While many audiences are waiting eagerly for its season 3, when will the announcement be made?
This Amazon Originals Series released on July 10, 2017. Part I of this show gained so much of love, and the creators premiered its part II on the 6th December 2019. There are no official reports concerning the renovation of season three. Season 3 of Inside Edge does not have any official launch date. So, we need to anticipate a little longer for its announcement.
THE CAST FOR SEASON 3 – INSIDE EDGE
Who are all the casts involved in this season? Check it below –
The cast would include many talented actors who were in the first and second seasons as well –
Vivek Oberoi as Vikrant Dhawan.
Aamir Bashir played the role of Yashvardhan Patil.
Richa Chadda as Zarina Malik.
Sapna Pabbi played her role as Mantra Patil.
Tanuj Virwani as Vayu Raghavan.
Siddhant Chaturvedi as Prashant Kanaujia.
Angad Bedi played her role as Arvind Vashishth.
Sayani Gupta played her role as Rohini Raghavan.
WHAT PROBABLY THE STORY WILL BE IN THIS UPCOMING SEASON –
Mumbai Mavericks – a fictional T20 cricket pair, and the creator on the same. In the previous installment of part 2, we got to see that Mumbai Mavericks were paused for two decades due to the involvement in match-fixing.