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 Priyanka Chopra shares first look of Episode 1 of Quantico Season 2 on Twitter

Priyanka Chopra shares first look of Episode 1 of Quantico Season 2 on Twitter

| | 19 Sep 2016, 03:26 pm
Mumbai, Sept 19 (IBNS): With just a week to go for the return of Quantico Season 2, fans are curious about what new direction Alex Parrish’s life will take as she embarks on a new journey with the CIA.

While the wait maybe killing us all, a sneak peak of the very first episode of the second season shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on her Twitter account leaves no doubt that this season will be an action-packed thriller. Intriguingly titled Kudove, the first episode shows Alex Parrish, played by Priyanka Chopra, chancing upon what can be assumed a terrorist attack involving the President of the United States.

Seemingly a life-or-death situation involving the President at a political summit, the one thing that is definitely proven after watching the video is that Alex Parrish does punch a kick even while keeping it stylish.

With some very fierce moves that involve kicking butts, there is every evidence that this will be an dramatic season!

Fans in India can catch all the action of Quantico Season 2 on Star World and Star World HD every Monday at 9:00 PM beginning Sept 26.

Watch the entire sneak peek of Kudove, Episode 1 of Quantico Season 2 here:


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