On the other end of the story is Shrikant Tiwari, who is affected by the Delhi gas tragedy, now leaving TASC and doing a 9 to 5 IT job. He tries to get his family life back on track. Having a secure job, spending time with kids, helping wife, etc. But still there is something missing somewhere. He is in TASC with heart and mind.
Meanwhile, from his friend JK (Sharib Hashmi), Srikanth gets the news of a dangerous mission involving Bhaskaran. After some family issues, Srikanth returns to TASC once again and Mission Bhaskaran begins.
The series will keep you tied from beginning to end
Talking about sympathizers of Tamil rebels in one scene, Srikanth says, “The definition of terrorism in the world keeps changing from time to time. Whose government its policy.”
The first season of The Family Man was well-known for its adventure, patriotism and detective style. The second season has also lived up to the expectations. In the first few episodes, the audience gets to know about the mission of the rebels. But then the journey to reach the end of the mission will keep you hooked till the end. Especially as a member of Bhaskaran’s team, the story of Raazi (Samantha Akkineni) will leave you emotional and serious. However, can Shrikant Tiwari be able to stop Bhaskaran’s team from attacking? Do ISI’s plans fail once again? Also, can Srikanth be able to stop the disintegration of his family? ‘The Family Man 2’ has been woven from the answers to these questions.
This series is full of powerful scenes. Especially the police station scene and the climax. However, four episodes of the series have been directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, while the remaining five episodes were directed by Suparna Varma.
There is no doubt that these three have managed to make a successful sequel. Episode by episode, the pace of the series increases and layers are removed from the story one after the other. It is full of romance, emotion and patriotism. There is also comedy through dialogue in some of the scenes. The best part is that both the sides of Shrikant Tiwari – Family Man and Secret Agent .. have been shown equally in the series.
The series looks a bit weak on one side that is the suspense. What is going to happen next in the story.. It can be guessed somewhere in advance. However, this shortcoming will not bother you much.
In 9 episodes, Raj and DK have put together the plot very efficiently. At the same time, the series is also very strong on the technical side. The cinematography, costume, location, background score take the series to a whole different level.
However, a significant portion of the series has been shot in Tamil language only. Hindi and English sub-titles have been given to help the audience. This may bore some people, but it brings the series closer to reality.
Talking about acting, the strongest aspect of this series is its actors. All perfect in their respective characters. Manoj Bajpayee in the role of Shrikant Tiwari is less appreciated. Annoyance, anger, love, helplessness, strength, sentimentality, devotion to duty… all the expressions come out very well on his face. At the same time, Samantha Akkineni has done a good job in the role of Bhaskaran’s associate Raazi. It would not be wrong to say that he cannot be taken away from him in the series, especially in action scenes. Samantha looks fabulous in every frame.
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Overall, ‘The Family Man’ has maintained its level with the second season. The Samantha Akkineni and Manoj Bajpayee-starrer this season is a must watch. And of course, also for the Season 3 teaser shown at the end. 4 stars to the series from Filmibeat.
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