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MTV brings back the second season of ‘Big F’
MUMBAI: Iconic youth brand MTV is all set to launch the second season of ‘MTV Big F’, a show that gives wings to fantasies that are forbidden no more.
Treading the untrodden path for the first time on Indian television by giving voice to female desires and fantasies, ‘MTV Big F Season 2’ claims to be an eye-opener for the youth of the country.
The second season of ‘MTV Big F’ delves deeper into the psyche of Indian women to explore their hidden desires, giving them the confidence to break free from societal taboos and claim their desires and their bodies.
MTV has roped in actor Randeep Hooda as the host, who will be making his television debut with the show.
Hooda will bring to the audience a potpourri of stories about the desires of women, sexual or otherwise. He will speak directly to young men and women out there curious about their sexuality. Empowering women through tales that have long been kept under wraps, Hooda will get the audience thinking.
Launching on 12 March at 7 pm on MTV, the show will be available for viewers on Viacom18’s online platform VOOT from 13 March.
Speaking about the show, Viacom18 head of youth and English entertainment Ferzad Palia said, “With ‘MTV Big F Season 1’, we took a very bold step with stories of sexual liberation that we showcased and were appreciated for it. What we realised was, as a custodian of youth culture in the country, MTV had immense power to bring about change—however small—in the way people thought about these things. Season 2 practically wrote itself. The society we live in is known for suppressing the voice of women, more so if they’re talking about their desires. Through ‘MTV Big F Season 2’, we want to give more power to women and their desires. I am sure, through this season we will be able to change the way the society looks at women and their right to express their sexuality.”
The show promises to get the nation talking with the most daring portrayal of female sexuality. So, as MTV says, tune in at 7 pm to “understand that orgasms have no gender”.