Delhi Crime Season 2: When It Will Be Renewed?

We are amazed at every confusing and on-the-edge-of-our-seat moment. Hearing that a TV show or movie is based on actual events makes us more interested. It knocks people out with a crazy mix of awe and confusion.

Delhi Crime is the same show that tells the story of what happened after the shocking Nirbhaya case in 2012. Soon, the Streaming Platform will have the second season of Delhi Crime.

In September 2020, it was the first Indian show to win the Outstanding Drama Series award at the International Emmy Awards. It came out on March 22, 2019, and IMDb gives it an 8.5/10 score.

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After a violent quadruple murder spreads fear and widens the gap between the rich and poor in New Delhi, DCP Vartika and her team race to find the killers before they attack the city’s elderly again.

Release Date

The first season of Delhi Crime, directed by Richie Mehta, has 7 episodes, and we expect the second season to have 7 episodes. Even though Netflix has confirmed that there will be two seasons of the Delhi Crime Web Series, the trailer has not yet been released.

Delhi Crime Season 2

Even though Netflix posted a mixed teaser for the much-anticipated second season, Delhi Crime Season 2 is still one of the most-anticipated shows. With the almost 1-minute teaser video, the platform also showed when the movie would be out.

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The second season of Delhi Crime will be on Netflix on August 26, 2022. The trailer is already out.

This is the second part of a popular Hindi web series that everyone has been waiting for. You can watch season 1 of Delhi Crime online on the platform until season 2 starts. Season 1 is on Netflix and YouTube.


Take a look at the Delhi crime season 2-star cast.

  • Shefali Shah is playing the role of Vartika Chaturvedi
  • Rashika Dugal in the role of IPS Trainee as Neeti Singh
  • Adil Hussain is a CP as Kumar Vijay
  • Rajesh Tailang is playing inspector Bhupendra Singh
  • Avijit Dutt is Gururaj Dixit
  • Gopal Dutt, in the role of Sudhir Kumar

Delhi Crime Season 2

Sanjay Bishnoi, Mridul Sharma, Yasashwani Dayama, Swati Bhatia, Jaya Bhattacharya, Akash Dahiya, and Denzil Smith are also in the Web Series.

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Golden Karavan and SK Global Productions make the show. Tanuj Chopra is in charge of the show, and Richie Mehta came up with its idea. Rajesh Mapuskar and Tanuj Chopra ran the show.

OTT Platform (Digital Rights)

Season 1 was a big hit on OTT, and critics have praised the main cast’s performances. The first season of Delhi Crime, which had the main plot that was intense and emotionally upsetting,

Delhi Crime Season 2

was a big hit and was shown on the leading OTT platform Netflix. Season 2 will stream on the same OTT platform in August.

Frequently Asked Question

Will Delhi Crime Have a Second Season?

On August 26, Season 2 of Delhi Crime will be on Netflix.

What is the Second Season of Delhi Crime About?

true events
Delhi Crime Season 2 was made by Richie Mehta and produced by SK Global Entertainment, Golden Karavan, and Film Karavan. It is based on actual events and is directed by Tanuj Chopra, the showrunner. Writers are Mayank Tewari, Shubhra Swarup, Vidit Tripathi, Ensia Mirza, Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh and Virat Basoya.

Where in Delhi Can I Watch Crime 2?

The second season of the “Delhi Crime” trailer is now on Netflix. Shefali Shah is back as the main character, Deputy Commissioner of Police Vartika Chaturvedi, also known as ‘Madam Sir.’

Teaser & Trailer

Take a look at the Delhi crime season 2 trailer:


The first season of Delhi Crime, which came out in 2019, was praised by critics. The series was based on a real-life rape case in Delhi in 2012, which shocked the whole country. This series is the first Indian show to win the prestigious Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. Now, the creators are returning with a second season that you can watch on Netflix.

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