The Mandalorian Season 2: The Story continues the journey of the Mandalorian and the Baby Yoda to find a home with the Jedi!

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Star Wars holds a special place in the hearts of the fans and resonate with so many people on different grounds all across the globe. The franchise motto “May the Fourth be with you” is etched in hearts and mind of the cinemagoers as well as he first epic science fiction space adventure to be told on a grand scale. The first movie was released in 1977 by Lucasfilm had licensed nearly $25 billion worth of products which ranged from action figures to video games to books.

The season one of The Mandalorian got better and better with every episode. The show becomes after five years after Return of the Jedi, where we are introduced to Mandalorian and is popularly known as Mando who is an amazing fighter and comes for a race of warriors who have been enemies of the jedi. The show starts with Mando taking a bounty to hunt down a small remnant of the Galactic Empire hiding out on Nevarro. The bounty is given by a senior Imperial officer but only shares few details about the target besides its age and location.

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Mando travels to the Razor Crest, and reaches on Arvala-7. He meets an Ugnaught named Kuiil who serves as his guide and teaches him to ride a Blurrg. We also get to see high octane action scene in which Mando partners with bounty droid, IG-11, and takes out a group of guards before entering a building and discovering the target. But he is shocked to discover that the target is none other than a baby of the same species as Jedi Master Yoda. The rest of the season is roller coaster of Mando, meets many people in his journey to save the young ones.

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The season one ended on a cliff-hanger and we get to see Two scout troopers have killed Kuiil, and taking away the child in a sack. As they are about to take way Child to Gideon, IG-11 shows up out of nowhere and easily defeats them. We also get to see Gideon promises to kill Mando and his friends if they don’t hand over the Child to the empire. The villains also reveal that he knows Mando and his friends background, also we get to see Mando’s real name is Din Djarin and he was saved by Mandalorian called Death Watch saved him from the Separatist droids as a child.

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Mando uses his jet pack to fly up to the fighter, bring down the TIE fighter by placing a grenade. The day is won for the good people and leave for the space with the child to fat await place. The last episode we get to see Gideon’s crashing TIE Fighter. Gideon emerges, and we see the weapon he used to free himself – a Darksaber, an ancient weapon forged by a Mandalorian Jedi. 

The makers of the Mandalorian releases the much awaited the trailer of the season 2 and fans are looking forward to it as the season one well-written series with great performances, cinematography and visual effects. In the trailer, we get to see that next chapter in the journey of Mandalorian and the Child (Aka Baby Yoda). Like the first season we hope the duo will encounter numerous characters during the journey some friendly and hostile. in the trailer we get to see Mandalorian is assigned the task find a home with the Jedi, and that will be interesting to see. 

Also, fans are excited to see WWE star Sasha Banks who is all set to be the part of the show and is also visible in the trailer briefly as a mysterious cloaked character.  The first season of “The Mandalorian” garnered 15 Emmy nominations, as well as Outstanding Drama Series. Season 2 is all set to premieres on 30th on Disney Plus Hotstar in India.

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Published by Vikram Roy Mehta

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