After Only Murders in the the Building, Never Have I Ever makes a humorous Squid Game connection with an Indian touch – Casey Weekly


Squid Game’s huge vogue persists on as Never Have I Ever Season 3 noted the hit show in its last episode titled Never Have I Ever… lived the dream, in relation to Anupam Tripathi’s personality Abdul Ali. One of Never Has I Ever’s precious USP is the crispy, mirthful pop civilization references which feature every other conversation as detected in the first two seasons. Similarly, Never Have I Ever Season 3 – which dropped this week – doesn’t disillusion in that unit! From Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to Kanye, all the celeb newsmakers had special recognition in the Maitreyi Ramakrishnan-led series.

Amongst the many pop culture authorities, a truthfully humorous one was committed to Squid Game, the escape South Korean show which took the whole globe by bombardment last year. Starring Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, and Ho Yeon Jung, Squid Game also featured an Indian personality named Abdul Ali, recreated by K-drama staple Anupam Tripathi. Ali’s unfortunate demise was referred to in Never Have I Ever Season 3’s conclusion. In Episode 10 titled Never Have I Ever… lived the dream, we see Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and her grandmother Nirmala (Ranjita Chakravarty) overlooking an episode of the famous Hwang Dong Hyuk series.

If they kill off the Indian personality, I’m reporting to Netflix, Nirmala laments about Anupam Tripathi’s personality Ali, to which Devi logically quips, Uh, Pati, I guess the whole point of Squid Game is that a lot of people have to die.

Amusing, indeed! Meanwhile, Squid Game will be around with a Season 2, with Lee Jung Jae and Lee Byung Hun as Seong Gi Hun and The Front Man, respectively, while Gong Yoo’s strength also mostly repeats his epic cameo part as a salesman. On the other pointer, Never Have I Ever will be heretofore with a Season 4, which will also keep an end to the Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher play.



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