Bard of Blood is an Indian action and thriller web series. Ribhu Dasgupta is the director of the show. The famous Red Chilli Production is the producer of the series. The show released on 27 September 2019, on Netflix. Bard of Blood is the adaptation of an espionage novel, Bard of Blood (2015) written by Bilal Siddiqi. The critics gave average reviews of the series. It scored 7/10 on IMDb. However, the audience loved the acting and the setting of the show.
Since the conclusion of the first season, the fans were wondering about the second season of the show. In this article, we will clarify the chances of the release of part two of the production.
In case, you are planning to start with the show, here is every detail you need to know about the series, Bard of Blood.
Kabir Anand is the protagonist of the story. He is a former agent of Indian Intelligence Wing. During an operation, his comrade dies, which leads him to quit his job as an Intelligence Agent. Kabir later takes up the job of a teacher and takes care of his friend’s widow.
One day, the Taliban in Quetta captures four of the Indian Intelligence Wing’s agents. The secret service director Sadiq Sheikh summons Kabir to save the agents. Kabir initially refuses to help, but later agrees to rescue the strangled agents. During his interrogation, he visits Sadiq’s house, where he finds him dead. Kabir becomes the suspect of the murder of Sadiq and tampering with the witness. Later he gets free of the charges. Then, he decides to follow the person who is continually following him. Kabir ends up strangled in Baluchistan.
Each episode of the show starts with a dialogue from William Shakespeare’s work. The season one managed to capture the attention of the viewers.
The creators have not yet decided to renew the show for the second season. But, the ending of the first season indicated that the show is not over yet. So, if the show gets renewed, we can expect the second season to come out by the end of 2020.
- Emraan Hashmi as Kabir Anand/Adonis
- Vineet Kumar Singh as Veere Singh
- Sobhita Dhulipala as Isha Khanna
- Danish Husain as Mullah Khalid
- Kirti Kulhari as Jannat Marri
- Abhishekh Khan as Nusrat Bashir Marri
- Ajay Mahendru as Rehmat Khatib
- Asheish Nijhawan as Aftab Khalid
- Shamaun Ahmed as Qasim Baluchi
- Jaideep Ahlawat as Tanveer Shehzad
- Rajit Kapur as Sadiq Sheikh
- Shishir Sharma as Arun Joshi
- Amit Bimrot as Nihar Gupta
- Sohum Shah as Vikramjeet
- Sahiba Bali as Abida, love-interest of Tanveer Shehzad
- Kallirroi Tziafeta as Jessica Parker
- Nikita Sharma
- Harshvardhan Singh
- Ankit Hans as captured agent