Kerala Crime Files 2

Fake auditions happening in the name of Kerala Crime Files 2: Ahammed Khabeer

Director Ahammed Khabeer on Tuesday took to his Instagram stories to share that there are fake calls and auditions happening in the name of Disney Plus Hotstar web series Kerala Crime Files Season Two.

Ahammed’s note on Instagram read, “ATTENTION PLEASE! Hi All, It’s regarding the fake calls & fake auditions happening in the name of Kerala Crime Files Season two. For the past three days, I’m getting many calls & messages on Instagram regarding the same. So I’m here to clarify this. Yes, There will be `KCF Season 2″ for sure. I’m directing it & we have already started the discussions too. But writer @ashiciaimar & I haven’t fixed the final plot. After finishing the script, Disney+ Hotstar Team will officially announce the KCF Season 2. If there are any audition calls, it will be posted in my social media handle and no where else. Thank You (Again if somebody conducting the fake auditions, you can expect CI Kurian’s Version of Reply!!! ) Ok Bye!”

Ahammed Khabeer had earlier confirmed the second season of Kerala Crime Files. In an interview with, he said, “Without a doubt, there will be a second season for Kerala Crime Files. However, the current story will conclude with Season 1, and the subsequent season will not continue from where it left off. We are presently engaged in discussions for a potential follow-up season, and I already have a small story idea, which needs to be developed further. Once I get a comprehensive idea, we will proceed further and the next installment of Kerala Crime Files will likely arrive next year.”

Kerala Crime Files Season 1, starring Aju Varghese, Lal, Zhinz Shan, Navas Vallikkunnu, Sanju Sanichen and Devaki Rajendran among others, released to rave reviews. A part of’s review of the web series read, “A lot of expectations were riding on Kerala Crime Files as it was the first big series from the Malayalam entertainment industry. And I am happy to report that Kerala Crime Files delivers. It is a taut, engaging and well-made police procedural.”