What is the story about?
The season dives into the continuing fallout of the events of the first season, and the challenges Bishan Khosla has to face, even as he prepares for a possible elevation in service to the High Court.
Like its first season, Your Honor does not disappoint in its second season, showing how Bishan's life keeps imploding in slow-motion, with people around him in grave danger because of a chain of events he inadvertently began in Season 1. E. Niwas's direction never lets the narrative tension slip up, showing how Bishan's integrity keeps slipping away like a slippery mask, in spite of his best attempts to balance his duty as a father with being a judge. The screenplay is rife with many terrific moments, and an in-form Jimmy Sheirgill makes it worth a watch.
Besides Sheirgill, the rest of the cast, including Gulshan Grover, Mahie Gill, Mita Vashisht and Pulkit Makol are solid in their respective roles.
Music & Other Departments
The cinematography and background score lend urgency to the proceedings.
E. Niwas' direction
Jimmy Sheirgill as Bishan
The knotted screenplay
The screenplay lags at a couple of places.
Did I enjoy it?
Do I recommend it?
Yes. Watch it for a superb Jimmy Sheirgill.