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Sony gets 2nd season of ‘Adaalat’ at 8 pm, ahead of the ‘Kapil Sharma Show’

MUMBAI: Sony Entertainment Television (SET) is bringing back its courtroom drama ‘Adaalat’ for a second season.

Premiering on 4 June, the show will air on Saturday and Sunday in the 8 pm slot. Sony expects to build this slot ahead of the ‘Kapil Sharma Show’, which airs at 9 pm.

The channel is airing repeats of ‘Mahabali Hanumaan’ on Saturday and ‘Suryaputra Karn’ on Sunday as the 8 pm slot is currently vacant.

In Season 2, ‘Adaalat’ will revolve around the thought that ‘Raay rakhne ka adhikaar sabko hai, par nyaay karne ka sirf Adaalat ko’, which means while everyone is entitled to his/her opinion, only the judicial system has the right to pass a verdict and thereby deliver justice.

Produced by Contiloe Pictures, ‘Adaalat 2′ will feature gripping stories where the verdict is given on the basis of facts and after thorough investigation.

While the talented Ronit Roy reprises the role of KD Pathak, the show will also see popular actors play crucial roles. Tisca Chopra, Rakshanda Khan, Amit Tandon, Samir Dharmadhikari, Anand Goradia, among others, will be seen playing public prosecutors against Ronit.

SET EVP and business head Danish Khan said, “’Adaalat’ underlines the important role that judiciary plays in our society. Through KD Pathak, it celebrates an ideal practitioner of law. KD is unpredictable, sharp and witty but always on the right side of the law. Ronit Roy as KD will enthral our viewers. Episodic stories will be reflective of the times we live in.”