Netflix is serving up Part 2 of Selection Day this April, and a new trailer gives us a look at the show’s second innings.
The Indian cricketing drama, based on Aravind Adiga’s novel of the same name, is a coming-of-age story about two brothers raised to be sports legends. But while Radha is a bright star of the young cricketing scene, his younger brother, 14-year-old Manju, hates the game. When the family moves to Mumbai and the brothers start at a new school, Manju discovers his interests outside of cricket and starts slipping away from Radha and his father’s grasp. More importantly, Manju becomes friends with Radha’s greatest cricket rival, a boy who is the very definition of freedom and confidence – concepts Manju has never experienced himself.
Part 2 picks up as silver linings have turned to golden opportunities for Radha and Manju, with their struggles finally bearing fruit. They must, however, find the answer to one important question – when the moment of truth arrives, who do you betray… your blood or your true self?
Selection Day Part 2 premieres on Friday 19th April. Here’s the trailer:
Selection Day is available on Netflix UK, as part of £7.99 monthly subscription.
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