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  • Bhaukaal 2 streaming on MX Player is about a fight between an IPS officer and criminals in UP.
  • The series shows Mohit Raina playing IPS officer Naveen Sekera who was hailed as real-life Singham by locals.

Bhaukaal 2 led by Uri fame Mohit Raina is all about real-life incidents that years ago headlined the newspapers of the nation. It throws light on the notorious fight that took place between the Dedha brothers and the braveheart IPS officer Naveen Sekera who was then posted at Muzaffarnagar.

In this series, which is now streaming on the MX Player, Mohit plays the role of Naveen who was hailed as real-life Singham by the locals after he led a major campaign to eliminate goons and criminals from the city of Muzaffarnagar.

The real-life experiences of Naveen are highly inspirational and his fight showcased in the first season of Bhaukaal against Shaukeen won the hearts of the audience. In the second season of this series, Naveen will be seen tackling the Dedha brothers who created havoc in Muzaffarnagar and also received a lot of backlash from the media as well as the public.

The story of Bhaukaal 2 is a tribute to those brave IPS officers and police forces in the country who continue to fight against the criminals and goons in real life to ensure that the citizens of India are secure and safe.

As expected, Mohit Raina who impressed the audience earlier as Major in Uri: The Surgical Strike and Bhaukaal 1, does wonders in the role of the IPS officer. Siddhant Kapoor, as one of the Dedha brothers, is also quite impressive.

The second season is much better than the first season as the team of Muzaffarnagar police sets out to eradicate the Dedha brothers. A lot of swag, high-octane action, suspense make this series worth a binge-watch during the weekend.

The series has been produced by Applause Entertainment and also stars Pradeep Nagar, Gulki Joshi, Late Major Bikramjeet Kanwarpal, Ajay Chaudhary, Siddhanth Kapoor, and Rashmi Rajput in important roles.

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