'Casting Couch With Amey & Nipun' Is Back With Its Third And Final Season!

Radhika Apte is the first guest, this season!

Bharatiya Digital Party, Radhika Apte, Sai Tamhankar, Spruha Joshi, Bhau Kadam

Maharashtra's much loved talk show 'Casting Couch with Amey & Nipun' (CCWAN) is back with its third and final season. The popular Marathi web series produced by Bharatiya Digital Party, a leading Marathi content creator, is a faux talk show hosted by Amey Wagh and Nipun Dharmadhikari. 

In the earlier two seasons, actors like Radhika Apte, Sai Tamhankar, Priya Bapat and the late Reema Lagoo have graced the show as the celebrity guests. 

But in this season, 'Casting Couch with Amey & Nipun' has a little twist attached to it. This time, all the episodes of CCWAN will be shot in front of a live audience. Actors like Radhika Apte, Bhau Kadam and music composer duo Ajay-Atul have already shot for their respective episodes and some new names will be added soon. 

The viewers who will be watching this live are in for a treat as CCWAN is a part of Bha Di Pa Live. Bha Di Pa Live will also see live performances of stand up comedians and Marathi hip-hop dancers. 

"We want to give a unique experience to our viewers. Bha Di Pa Live will allow the audiences to see the behind-the-scenes process of shows like CCWAN. We'll also have a lot of audience interaction which will help in building the immediate effect," said Anusha Nandakumar, co-founder of Bharatiya Digital Party. 

"So far, we have organised the shows in Pune, Mumbai, and Thane. We're now planning to do the same in rest of the cities in Maharashtra," she added. 

The first episode of the hilarious web series will hit Youtube on March 20, 2018. 

Watch the teaser to know what you can expect from this season!

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