The Family Man Season 2 Review: Manoj Bajpayee’s performance is superb and once again audience appreciates him

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New Delhi: Action man Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee), who works in the National Security Agency, has changed now. He left his job and joined an IT company. Spends family time with children and family. The wife tries her best to make peace with Suchi (Priyamani). Meaning now Srikant Tiwari is trying his best to mould himself in the family environment by taking off the uniform of country service. But there is still the distraction of serving the country inside him. After an incident, Srikant finally leaves the IT company and joins the Secret Agency of National Security. But this time in his mission, Srikant’s family is also in the eyes of enemies. In such a situation, will Srikanth be able to protect the family along with his mission? What sacrifice will Srikanth have to make to complete the mission and save the family?


The second season of The Family Man has been released on Amazon Prime Video on June 3. Everyone liked the kind of drama that the first season of the series presented to the people. This expectation of its audience has also been retained in The Family Man 2. There is action and humour, but this time there is a new story in the series, whose strings are related to the terrorist mission of the last season. Apart from all the main characters of the first season, actress Samantha Akkineni also appeared in this season. Let’s know how The Family Man 2’s caravan went, what was new in this season and what is now the end of the season.


Story

The directors of The Family Man series, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK leave no stone unturned in serving the audience the best story. Where last time Srikant Tiwari and his secret agency fought terrorists, this time he also faces a Tamil Sri Lankan rebel government who considers himself a revolutionary. Many such members in this faction are ready to give their lives to bring their government to power. Among them, there is also a female rebel, Raji (Samantha Akkineni), who alone is enough to settle ten people. She has got training to drive a plane apart from running a hand and a gun and a gun. The responsibility of completing the mission rests on her shoulders.

Prime Minister Basu (Seema Biswas) and the President of Sri Lanka have to agree to an agreement between the two countries. For this, the government of Sri Lanka demands a special person from that rebel group. The Prime Minister agrees to this and then the task of finding a member of that rebel group is entrusted to the agency. The agency finds a member of that rebel group, but he dies in a bomb blast before handing him over to Sri Lanka. After this death, his brother, who is the leader of the rebel faction, becomes stunned and joins hands with terrorist Sameer (Darshan Kumar) to exercise his power. The interesting thing is that Sameer has taken the life of his rebel brother, which no one knows except him. The leader of the rebel group puts his men on a mission to avenge his brother’s death and activate his government.

The purpose of this mission is to turn the meeting of Prime Minister Basu and the President of Sri Lanka into a death scene. The technology they use for this is very dangerous and secret. This technique is known only to Raji who has got training to fly the plane. Dark complexion, calm but angry expression on her face, agreeing to the excesses of men, works in a small factory in Chennai. She is hiding her true identity, waiting for the day when the death of her rebel siblings can be avenged. After the announcement of the mission, Raji meets her remaining rebel comrades and starts completing the work.

On the other hand, Srikant Tiwari has now started working in an IT firm. Trying to make the image of a family man in front of his wife and children. But there is still a fragrance in his mind to know the mission going on in the agency. He takes the details of every mission from JK, as well as helps them. He gets into an argument with Suchi on his wife’s birthday and angrily tells Suchi that it was better that Srikant would have gone back to his old work. Srikant got the wish without saying as much as he wanted. On the second day, he leaves the company and joins the agency back.

But it is not so easy for Srikant Tiwari to get the successful meeting of Prime Minister Basu and the President of Sri Lanka. Srikant’s old enemies are eyeing his family to disturb his mission. They kidnap Srikanth’s daughter. Now, on the one hand, Srikant has the task of fulfilling his mission in Chennai to serve the country, and on the other hand, save his kidnapped daughter in Mumbai from the clutches of terrorists. The wires of both are connected but to know who is of importance to Srikant, the series will have to be seen. On one side the duty of the father and on the other hand the duty of the country, Which of these two will Srikant save and whom will he sacrifice?

Acting

The Srikant Tiwari we saw in the first season still hasn’t changed. Yes, the work changed but the heart still beats for the country. Manoj Bajpayee in the character of Srikant has lived up to the expectations of the audience hundred per cent. The way of expressing your anger humorously on a lighter note still hasn’t changed. Samantha Akkineni has completely justified the character of Raazi. How a woman who looks like a poor woman becomes fierce and merciless, has been shown by Raji very well. According to the demand of the series, Raji had to carry a flat expression on her face throughout the show, which was presented by Samantha so closely that one might at once doubt that it was the same bubbly-beautiful Samantha seen in the films. Manoj Bajpayee in the character of Srikant Tiwari and Samantha in the role of Raji has been perfect. This time Srikant Tiwari’s daughter Dhriti (Ashlesha Thakur) also got an important role in the main characters of the series. Ashlesha also showed the irritating nature very brilliantly. Apart from these, other artists including Priyamani, Sunny Hinduja, Sharad Kelkar, Sharib Hashmi, Seema Biswas, Dilip Tahil, Shahab Ali, Vedanta Sinha are also praised.

Direction

The direction of director Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK will have to be praised. The Family Man 1 not only won the hearts of the people but The Family Man 2 also impresses the audience with a new story. The funny thing is that the directors have given a hint of a new mission at the end of this mission of the series. That is, after The Family Man 2, its third season will also be seen by the people. This time the story will be something else, a glimpse of which is shown at the end of the second series.

Where was the story lacking?

Talking about the lack, this time there was a lack of Moosa (Neeraj Madhav) in the series. Seen. Yes, Raji may have replaced Musa but that aggression was less visible in this season than before. Somewhere it was felt that some scenes have been forced into the show.

Overall, The Family Man 2 is a great experience. 9 episodes of about 50-50 minutes can be watched comfortably in half a day. The second season of The Family Man will not bore you. It will not be an exaggeration even if we name it a treat for the fans of Manoj Bajpayee.

Produced by: Raj & DK

Directed by: Raj & DK, Suparn S. Verma

Written by: Raj & DK, Suman Kumar, Sumit Arora, Suparn S. Verma, Manoj Kumar Kalaivanan (Tamil)

Music: Ketan Sodha & title-music by Sachin-Jigar

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