Four More Shots Please Season 2 Review: Maanvi Gagroo & Sayani Gupta’s series is guilty pleasure at its finest

Confession time! I hadn’t watched Four More Shots Please Season 1 untill last week and “had” to go through it in order to decipher Season 2 better and I’m glad I did! With the prior season fresh in mind, I was able to appreciate the new season even better! While the storyline summary is mostly the same as the four lead characters – Damini, Umang, Anjana and Siddhi – try to trudge through this thing called life, it’s the attention to the character arcs that helps elevate the new 10 episodes! Yes, there are trials, tribulations and way too men to deal with, but eventually, it’s the leads who reign supreme!

Without giving too much away, Four More Shots Please Season 2 begins months after the huge fight between the four best friends. When Siddhi (Maanvi Gagroo) gets in trouble in Istanbul, the animosities are kept aside and Damini (Sayani Gupta), Umang (Bani J), Anjana (Kirti Kulhari) whisk of to be the knight and shining armours for their best friend! Nevertheless, it’s after making up, when the problems actually begin! For Damini, it’s getting over being released from the very own company that she founded. It’s also her troubled love triangle with Jeh Wadia (Prateik Babbar) and Aamir (Milind Soman) both in the twisted mix. To make it more complicated, the headstrong journalist in her seeks to write a book on a controversial matter, even at the cost of her own life. For Umang, it’s the all-consuming love of her life Samara Kapoor (Lisa Ray) that’s the central focus for the Punjabi kudi along with trying to not shed her own identity.

Speaking of an identity crisis, our Sidhi-Pidhi is trying to make a name for himself and has turned to stand up comedy when she accidentally realises that she’s damn funny! Finally, we have Kirti, who is trying to mend things with ex-husband Varun (Neil Bhoopalam) while trying to commit to Arjun Nair (Ankur Rathee) and being a responsible single mother to a growing child.

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