What is the story about?
The series follows Shivu's phone conversations with her mother, that touch on various issues affecting both women.
There's not a lot of things OHO Gujarati can change about the format of Kadak Meethi. The ten-minute duration of each episode was a major stumbling block in Season 1, and as a viewer, you kept getting the feeling that each episode would end just when things were beginning to get more interesting. However, this season has been written by Harsh Shodhan, and though he does not tinker around with the format established by director Anish Shah, he makes both Shivu and her mother well-rounded characters. The fact that both characters are separated by physical distance and other compulsions becomes an important thread running through all five episodes this season, even as each episode dives into a different topic. Episodes 1 and 3 are where the season truly peaks, but the other episodes are also smartly written in a way that the limitations of the short-episode format don't show up. Viewers interested in family-friendly fare can give this a watch.
Both Aarti Patel and Aarohi Patel bring their real-life bond to the screen, and this chemistry is infectious throughout all episodes.
Music & Other Departments
Dhir Kansara's camerawork and Aashinee Patel's editing are okay.
Episodes 1, 2 and 3 are the best written episodes.
Not a lot of experimentation happens, thanks to the bite-sized length of each episode.
Did I enjoy it?
I liked this season better than Season 1.
Do I recommend it?
Yes. You can give this a watch for some light-hearted banter between two women.