After the spectacular success of Manoj Bajpayee’s web series ‘The Family Man, now Amazon Prime has given a green signal to season 2 of the web series. In Season 2 of The Family Man, the character of Shrikant Tiwari i.e. Manoj Bajpayee is going to be even more powerful. In the web series, Manoj was seen working in an anti-terror organization, who hides his identity from his family.
In this entire web series, Srikanth Tiwari is seen coordinating his family and work. The Family Man has producers, writers and directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. At the same time, she is also going to debut Samantha.
the family man season 2 details
|Premier on (Channel Name)||Amazon Prime|
|Released Date||3th june 2021|
|Director||Raj Nidimoru & Krishna D.K|
|Production by||Raj Nidimoru & Krishna D.K|
|Child Kids Cast||Ashlesha Thaakur & Vedant Sinha|
|Lead actor||Manoj Bajpai|
The Family Man Season 2 Plot
The majority of the storyline of the series is conveyed by the title, which tells the tale of a man and his family, with the added element that the guy is tasked with the job of defending the country against terrorist attacks. The National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) (also known as “The Family Man”) Srikanth Tiwari was the genius behind the formation of the TASC team, which was established to stop any terrorist strikes in India. Throughout the first two seasons of Family Man, the TASC team works to foil two major attacks.
Despite the fact that Srikanth and his wife Suchi are going through a difficult time in their marriage, the former needs to carry out his responsibilities to the nation in order to prevent his family from disintegrating.
The Family Man Season 2 Cast
- Srikant Tiwari played by Manoj Bajpayee
- Suchitra “Suchi” Iyer played by Priyamani
- Jayavant Kasinath “JK” Talpade played by Sharib Hashmi
- Dhriti Tiwari played by Ashlesha Thakur
- Atharv Tiwari played by Vedant Sinha
- Sajid Ghani played by Shahab Ali
- Moosa Rehman played by Neeraj Madhav
- Rajalakshmi Sekaran (Raji) played by Samantha Akkineni
- Arvind played by Sharad Kelkar
- Milind Hinduja played by Sunny Hinduja
- Zoya played by Shreya Dhanwanthary
- Kulkarni played by Dalip Tahil
- Major Sameer played by Darshan Kumar
- Asif played by Dinesh Prabhakar
- Kalyan/Salman played by Abhay Verma
- C I Umayal played by Devadarshini
- Chellam played by Uday Mahesh
The Family Man Season 2 Release Date
It finally surpassed all other online series on Amazon Prime Video in terms of viewership. The second season was supposed to premiere on February 12, 2021, however, due to production issues, it wasn’t made available to the public until June 4, 2021, instead.
The Family Man Season 2 Review
A show that can be watched in its whole and provides entertainment in each and every episode. The Family Man television series has thus far distributed two seasons, and a third one is now under production. The standard that was established in the first season of Family Man was successfully maintained in the second season.
After watching both seasons, I was unable to classify it into a single genre because it is a thriller as well as a drama, but it also has the feel of a comedy show due to Srikanth’s well-timed one-liners and the humorous exchanges that take place between him and JK.
The first season begins with Shrikant’s family life and delves into his world as a covert government agent attempting to stop terrorist attacks in India. The politicians and terrorist organizations of Pakistan conspire to launch an attack on India in an effort to escalate tensions, ignite a war, and topple the government.
Shrikant is successful in stopping many attacks, but he also makes a terrible mistake and kills an innocent man. This causes his consciousness to feel guilty. On the other hand, Shrikant’s wife isn’t happy about him devoting all of his time to the nation, and his kids don’t like the fact that he doesn’t earn much as a government employee. However, they are unaware of the truth.
The Family Man Season 2 Critical reception
The series has received a rating of 8.8 out of 10 on IMDB, while the Tomatometer over at Rotten Tomatoes is now at 100 percent, with the average viewer score being 85 percent.
Both the audience and the critics have expressed highly positive opinions regarding the performance.