Aarya Season 2 REVIEW: Aarya season 1 was one of the most beloved suspense thriller web series on Disney+ Hotstar and now Aarya is back in season 2 with a bang. The story of the Aarya 2 Web series is so interesting that it kept hooked us with the story till the end of the show.
The first season of Aarya was released on June 19, 2020, which is directed by Ram Madhvani. People loved the show and it got a rating of 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb which shows that the audience enjoyed this suspense thriller series.
Aarya Season 2 Review
Aarya 2 review: The first season of this popular series was left at the point where Aarya Sareen was running away from the dirt she was forced into. Season 2 takes a short leap and begins while she has disguised in the new surrounding.
But her past memories never let her live peacefully and she is pulled back to the same dirt and situation. When she returns, her foes get activated.
Now is the time for Aarya when she should play with her mind and not with the weapon. The most powerful weapon in this war is the mind she applies to this mess and she is good at it.
Aarya is fighting and doing everything to protect her family values in a set-up where people around her have the most mercurial morals. But what exactly is Aarya’s family? The father who killed her husband? The brother who wants her dead? Or the children who are on the verge of breaking due to everything happening around them? She explores everything and more.
The show is the story of a woman who wasn’t convinced to play the game of death but she was forced into this. There are only two choices left for Aarya, either fight and get rid of all her foes or surrender and go to the death bed with her 3 children.
She is a great mother so she chose to fight against all the enemy but the enemies are all around her. One mistake and everything she did for her family will vanish into grief.
She has no one to trust for her and the safety of her family but to be so powerful that no one could stand against her. On the journey to have a peaceful happy family, she is now the queen of the underworld.
It’s interesting to see a woman leading the underworld because the story is one of its kind. We haven’t seen any movies or show in which a lady with 3 children run the underworld to save her family from her family.
Ram Madhvani, Vinod Rawat, and Kapil Sharma in their direction go very deep into the emotions of their lead characters in Aarya Season 2. There’s longing, revenge and regret all around and they capture the emotion.
Season 2 of Aarya is much darker than the first season. Romances, comedy and all the brighter sides of the story look fade into the dark and serious plot. Sudip Sengupta’s camera follows these people like someone’s stalking them.
Aarya Season 2 Cast & Crew Details
Some of the characters from Aarya Season 1 are back – Jayant Kriplani as the aging, an ailing lion still clinging to power, Sohaila Kapur as the world-weary elderly woman who has seen it all, Ankur Bhatia as Sangram, Aarya’s duplicitous brother, Sikander Kher as Daulat, the family loyalist with a chink-in-his-armour, Vishwajeet Pradhan as a hood with conscience, Vikas Kumar as the cop who struggles to do the right thing professionally and personally, and Sugandha Garg and Maya Sarao as Hina and Maya, Aarya’s soul sisters and frenemies, both as effective as before.
Some new characters have also been added to the story and all of them did great in their role.
Here are some of the top characters featured in Aarya Season 2.
|Sushmita Sen||Aarya Sareen|
|Vikas Kumar||ACP Khan|
|Namit Das||Jawaahar Bishnoi|
|Virti Vaghani||Arundhati ‘Aru’|
|Jayant Kripalani||Zorawar Rathore|
|Maya Sarao||Maya Bishnoi|
Aarya Season 2 Review: Should you watch the show?
Aarya Season 2 REVIEW: I’d say yes! If you have watched season 1 of the show, you should definitely binge on season 2 of Aarya but if you haven’t watched the first season, there is no point watching the second season. To understand the story, you must watch the first season before watching the second season of Aarya. But the point is, the show is worth your time. If you like a suspense thriller, this story will keep you hooked till the end.