Made In Heaven Season 2 Review: Arjun Mathur and Sobhita Dhulipala led the much-awaited web series Made in Heaven Season 2, which is a connected story with 2019’s 1st season, so we recommend you, if you still haven’t watched the first season, watch it or watch a recap, which will help you to be well connected with the story. The series contains 7 episodes, and every episode’s duration is more than an hour.
About Made In Heaven Season 2
Venture Type: OTT Movie
Released Date: August 10, 2023
CBFC Certificate: “U/A”
Genres: Romance/ Drama
Language: Hindi/ English
Directed by: Nitya Mehra, Alankrita Shrivastava, Neeraj Ghaywan
Written by: Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti, Alankrita Shrivastava
Star Cast: Arjun Mathur, Sobhita Dhulipala, Jim Sarbh, Shashank Arora, Kalki Koechlin, Shivani Raghuvanshi, and others
Production Companies: Excel Entertainment, Tiger Baby Films
Episodes: 7 Episodes
Runtime: 61 Minutes – 74 Minutes/ Episode
Streaming Platform: Amazon Prime Video
Made In Heaven Season 2 Plot
Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala) and Adil Khanna (Jim Sarbh) led the romance drama around Tara and Adil; both of them are walking out of their wedding; on the other side, Karan and Tara’s offices were vandalised; and now they are entering into a new partnership with Ramesh Jauhari. The new Made in Heaven office was set in Bulbul‘s (Mona Singh) house, which is the wife of Jauhari.
Tara and Adil’s business is running without profit, which is why Bulbul came to the firm as an auditor. Kabir wants to fly to New York, U.S., with his beloved Dilshad. Karan Mehra (Arjun Mathur), who became addicted to gambling and drugs and whose mother is suffering from the last stage of cancer, keeps in touch with his mother, while also working in Made in Heaven. Every episode of Made in Heaven Season 2 shows different clients who are working with Made in Heaven to nicely organize their wedding functions. Every single episode shows the challenges against the presence taboos.
Made In Heaven Season 2 Review
The series focuses on many themes, like skin color, sexuality, drugs, and many other sensible things, which are carefully presented throughout the season. The series has brought together many popular faces, but after assembling a huge number of popular faces in the series, do the directors perfectly use their talents to make the series attractive and the content powerful? Unfortunately, the answer is negative. Through the series, many personal stories are presented through the episodes, but very few talented actors work will make you engage with the series.
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Over all, the series is unable to keep engaging the audience, and the screenplay and narration are quite lengthy and slow. Excel Entertainment and Tiger Baby Films delivered a poor narrative and stretched story, and so many conflicts are shown, which will bore the audience.