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Four More Shots Please!

iMDb Rating: 5.2/10
Genres: Comedy | Drama | Romance
Network: Amazon Prime
Creator: Rangita Pritish Nandy
Stars: Kirti Kulhari, Sayani Gupta, Gurbani
No. of Episodes: 10
Language: Hindi DD5.1 / ESubs

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Four More Shots Please! (Season 2) Review:-

Four More Shots Please! is an Indian web television series on Amazon Prime Video[2] directed by Anu Menon and Nupur Asthana. The series[3] follows the story of four unapologetically flawed women (two in their 30s and two in their early 20s) as they live, love, make mistakes and discover what really makes them tick through friendship and shots of tequila in millennial Mumbai. The series is Amazon Prime Video’s first all women protagonist Indian Original starring Sayani Gupta, Bani J, Kirti Kulhari and Maanvi Gagroo.

Here’s the official synopsis of the second season: “Umang, Anjana, Damini and Siddhi – four best friends will cuddle up again and tell the world to sit up and pay a little more attention to what women truly want. Girls will always be girls around their girls – the problems remain simple yet complicated and funny to each other. They will make new mistakes, but love each other a little more fiercely and choose themselves over society and expectations.”

When Siddhi goes to Istanbul, the rest of the group decides to go looking for her. When they return to Mumbai, they’re met with unresolved issues and old relationships. Familiar faces make a return, while new problems present themselves to the foursome.

The Hindustan Times review of season one called the pilot episode “a shallow, screaming mess that doles out thick and unsubtle curses at patriarchy and pop lessons in feminism,” but noted that the show gets better in later episodes.