The trailer for Season 2 of Amazon Prime Video's marquee show Four More Shots Please is out now, and by the looks of it, the new season promises to be sassier, smoking hot and more gloriously in-your-face than ever.
The girls Umang (Bani J), Siddhi (Maanvi Gagroo), Anjana (Kirti Kulhari) and Damini (Sayani Gupta) learn to live it up in life and cock an irreverent snook at all the misogyny, patriarchy and male chauvinism that Indian society is made up of.
The end of Season 1 had seen all four protagonists caught up in a soup, of or not of their own making. Season 2 shows the girls finally making peace with their real selves, without being burdened by feelings of guilt, shame or inadequacy heaped on them by society.
Siddhi takes to stand-up comedy as a fish takes to water. She also sheds her inhibitions when it comes to guys, and gets the best action of her life. Journalist Damini writes a best-selling book, along with having spectacular action between the sheets with the two men in her life - her gynac, played by the dishy Milind Soman, and the bar-owner Jeh (Prateik Babbar) of the girls' favourite watering hole.
Anjana stands up to her convictions and her ex-husband Varun (Neil Bhoopalam), to fight for her child's custody. In between, she makes time to romance her law intern (Ankur Rathee) and also... ahem... her ex-husband's lawyer, played by a new entrant, Sameer Kocchar.
Umang's love life with her lesbian partner, the Bollywood superstar (Lisa Ray) seems to have taken a happy turn, from what we gather from the trailer.
All said and done, the trailer promises a show with huge dollops of fun, drama, emotion, sex, and of course, the bad-ass girls kicking ass like the world's gonna end.
From what the trailer offers, Four More Shots Please Season 2 is a show worth waiting for. The show is directed by Anu Menon, while Rangita Pritish Nandy is the showrunner. Writing credits are shared by Devika Bhagat and Ishita Moitra. The show is produced by Pritish Nandy Communications.
Four More Shots Please Season 2 arrives on Amazon Prime Video on 17th April 2020.