The audiences were eagerly waiting for season 2 of the most anticipated web series, The Family Man. Everyone who has watched season 1 wants to know what happened in the end at the chemical factory. The Family Man 2 has answers to all those questions. The series is based on several real-life incidences. The Family Man season 1 received eleven nominations at the Filmfare OTT Awards. It eventually won five awards. Best Actor for Manoj Bajpayee, Best Actress for Priyamani, Best series, Best Director, and Best Dialogues.
The Family Man is an action thriller series streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Directed and Produced by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Dialogues by Sumit Arora and Suman Kumar, and Manoj Kumar. The series starred Manoj Bajpayee as Srikant Tiwari, a middle-class man working 9 am to 5 pm job but secretly working as an intelligence officer for the Threat Analysis and Surveillance Cell (TASC) a fictitious branch of the National Investigation Agency. It eventually became the most viewed series on Amazon Prime Video.
The Family Man Season 1 Summary
Before talking about the second season of The Family Man, let’s take a quick review about season 1 of “The Family Man.” The series follows the life of Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee), a middle-class man who lives an undercover life. The series is all about protecting the country from the terrorists at day and a wonderful husband and a loving father at night. From capturing ISIS terrorists at the Arabian Sea near Kochi and not let the terrorists succeeding in their intentions. Srikant is not letting the terrorists succeed. Season 1 ends where ISIS terrorists planned to recite the Bhopal Gas Tragedy again in Delhi. Delhi is on the verge of a gas attack, and the viewers are left hanging on the cliff with the question, what happened next? Is Delhi saved from the attack, or is the gas leaked? All the answers are In Season 2.
The Family Man 2 Story
Let’s talk about The Family Man 2. The series begins with many suspicions. Srikant Tiwari left his job with the NIA and is now working in an IT company. The second season’s lady star is actress Samantha Akkineni. She played the role very passionately. Samantha Akkineni plays the role of Raji, an antagonist. We see that Srikant’s marital life is on the rocks, and he is trying to patch things up with his wife. With all these ups and downs in his life, we see that the NIA needs Srikant.
The Tamil Rebels and ISIS are together planning something big. What’s next? With the new challenge in Srikant’s way, how will he manage with these circumstances? The audience is restless to know what happened to the gas attack on Delhi after Srikant tried to save it and the difficulties Srikant is facing in his personal life. Watch out the season 2 to find out.
The Family Man 2 Review
Manoj Bajpayee delivers another outstanding performance. Another explosive character is Samantha Akkineni, who shows no expressions. Samantha’s Raji has gone through a lot of difficulties. From facing brutality at a tender age to being abused by men at her workplace or a random stranger trying to touch her inappropriately on a local bus. Her expressionless face is covering her dark side, which is not easy to handle.
The first season of The Family Man was a huge hit. Thanks to the fun element and the thrilling patriotism. The second season lives up to the expectations too. The first few episodes are laying the foundation of the show. With it, the show gradually picks up the pace. It is interesting to see that how Srikant will find the balance between his job and his personal life. There are drawbacks, but not enough to stop you from watching it. Also, watch the show for the chemistry we see Srikant and Raji’s paths are crossed. There are nine episodes, and the duration of season 2 is around 416 minutes.
The Family Man 2 has thrill, suspense, and drama that will keep you engaged till the last. We give this season 4 stars out of 5. Have you watched this season? How did you find it? Let us know in the comments below.
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