Arya Sareen (Sushmita Sen) returns to India with her children to testify against the conspirator Shekhawat led by her Machiavellian father Zoravar (Jayant Kriplani), furious brother Sangram (Ankur Bhatia), and, of course, the fake Udayveer.
|Movie Name:||Aarya Season 2|
|Release Date:||10 December 2021|
Akash Khurana). But destiny has something else in store for Arya, as she and her children are once again caught up in the designs of their siblings, friends and rivals, and the Russian mafia. Some of them seek revenge, but they are all behind the prized wine that apparently fell into the hands of the police at the end of the first season.
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As new plots are hatched and shots are fired to silence Arya – despite the promise of police protection by well-known ACP Yunus Khan (Vikas Kumar) – along with her husband Tej Sareen’s (Chandrachur Singh) killers for her. Compromise becomes imperative. ) To live to fight another day.
This creates an emotional rift in her family, and eventually Arya is once again forced to bare her paws and get her hands dirty in order to save her children, leading to some intense drama, with gripping action. it occurs.
The core theme of ‘My family is both my strength and weakness’ isn’t brand new, but the way the show’s producer and co-director Ram Madhvani has steered the series, you stay invested until the climax of the eight-episode season.
A lot of credit goes to the art directors who have created a charming modern Rajasthani atmosphere that combines the royal haveli culture of the past with the uber-chic that characterizes the desert state today. As in the first season, Ram has made interesting use of old songs to wrap up the proceedings in the last three episodes.
Sd Burman’s Meri Duniya Hai Maa Tere Aanchal Main from Talaash (1969) strikes the right chord again as differences grow between Arya and her daughter Arundhati (Veerti Vaghani).
The dialogues are sharp and full of meaning, but the conversation rarely turns into a melodramatic juggernaut. Amidst the sound of gunshots, Ram pulls strings in this tale of human greed where redemption is not easy. The sequence where Sangram gets kidnapped when his wife Hina (Sugandha Garg) is in the labor room, or when Arya’s younger son draws a gun at his father’s killer stays with you.
When a character like Sampath (Vishwajit Pradhan) becomes more than a hardened criminal, you are in awe. And when Arya and her friend Maya’s (Maya Sarao) killer combination swag, it keeps you entertained.
It’s relatable character arcs and terrific performances that make sure you don’t reach for the remote, even when the action becomes predictable in a few episodes.
Cast in a writer-backed role, Sushmita is compared to a wounded lioness who is forced to hunt her rivals to save her children. Over the years, she was hardly provided with material that suited her strong personality.
Here to test as a ‘working’ mother, she brings her pride, polished demeanor and loud voice to make her larger-than-life heroic character her own. Displaying a range of emotions, he embodies fear, moral dilemmas and Arya’s courage and is the primary reason that keeps you hooked to the chain.
Sushmita brings a certain grace to Arya which she does not give up even when she is pushed into a corner. More than anything, it’s the kindness and elegance that unnerves its rivals and wins over the audience.
Ram has put an experienced support around him to keep the scenario believable and Sushmita on her toes. Apart from Kripalani and Khurana, Sohela Kapoor and Geetanjali Kulkarni did their best, but this is Sushmita’s show
When I first saw Aarya, Season 1, I did it purely because I loved Sushmita Sen and wanted to see her on screen after ages. This time, when I saw season 2 of Aarya, I did it for the screenplay, plot twist and characters. Inspired by the Dutch drama Penoza, the show revolves around a mother turning crime lord.
My favorite thing about Arya is that no character is black or white. For example, Sampath has a soft spot for Arya’s daughter Aru and saves her life from a drug overdose. Moments like these are like silver linings in this dark crime-thriller drama. So I decided to highlight some of the best moments of Arya, Season 2.
Arya is forced to testify in her family’s drug-cartel business trial and is forced to return to her home. Just as she is about to testify against her family’s drug business, Hina (his brother’s girlfriend) tells Arya that she is pregnant and is forcing Arya to lie for the sake of Hina and the unborn child.
Here, we see her in her most vulnerable position, trying to choose between her family and what’s right, while also facing the added threat of public prosecutor and Inspector Khan.
With the help of Maya (Maya Sarao), Arya kidnaps Shekhawat’s daughter and grandchildren. She tells him that they will be returned only after Kedia is safe and sound. They fix a time and place and Shekhawat agrees.
Arya takes the grandchildren to the exchange but does not take their mother as she does not trust Shekhawat. Sampath comes with Kedia, who is completely beaten up. He hands it to her, but not before placing the tracker in his pocket. Arya tries to pull fast, but thanks to the tracker, they are caught and take Kedia back.
Back where Maya is holding Shekhawat’s daughter, they end up in a scrap and Maya kills her in a scuffle. Arya returns seeing him distraught and immediately finds a way to hide the body. Meanwhile, Sampath reaches there as soon as he manages to escape.
They drive into an abandoned area and bury the body. Arya cuts off a finger to prove that they still have it and then they go back home.
At home, they find ACP Khan waiting for them. He initially apologizes for the trouble caused to Arya and Maya and then informs them that he has proved that the security guard was responsible for Sangram’s death.
Hearing this news, Arya goes to Daulat and reprimands him because he had hired a security guard. Daulat pleads his innocence and claims that there is one person above him who makes all the decisions. Then Arya learns that Zoravar had killed his own son.
She visits him in his room and curses him, making his mother aware of his dastardly actions. She leaves, but not before praying to God that her father be removed from her life forever.
Arya sends the finger to Shekhawat and tells her that Kedia should be handed over to him if he wants to see his daughter again. Sampath immediately goes there with Kedia on the orders of his boss.
The Russians are already at Arya’s house awaiting their payment. They bring her fake ID and passport at her request so that she can escape, but she returns them claiming that she is tired of running.
When Sampath arrives, Arya is about to finish him off when he tells her that he knows Shekhawat’s daughter is dead and is ready to switch allegiance because there can only be one ruler at the top. She also learns that she is responsible for saving her daughter’s life, so she spares him.
Finding that all this has turned against him, Uday Shekhawat tries to run away, but with the help of the Russians, Arya reaches there ahead of him and takes him out as well.
She goes to meet ACP Khan, who questions her about Shekhawat and her daughter’s sudden disappearance, but she expresses ignorance. She then proceeds to celebrate with her family and co-conspirators in the business.
The next day, he gets a call from Shekhawat’s son-in-law Suraj, who vows to take revenge and pay him for what he has done. She invites him saying that the story has just begun. This brings season 2 to a close.
Arya (Sushmita Sen) returns to testify in the case against Zoravar (Jayant Kriplani) and Sangram Rathore (Ankur Bhatia) as well as Udayveer Shekhawat (Akash Khurana), when ACP Khan (Vikas Kumar) assures her that It will be beneficial for him in the long run. term protection.
In order to deal with the endeavor of her life, the unstable mental state of her daughter, Arundhati (Varti Vaghani), and the crying pleas of her friend Hina (Sugandha Garg) to save her brother’s life, Arya lies in court. decides to speak. dismissal of the case.
Zoravar is diagnosed with cancer and sets his right-hand man Kedia (Tariq Vasudev) to act on the fate of his last will and testament and his off-shore accounts. He initially decides to leave it all in his son’s name, but once he learns that Arya was attacked, he leaves everything to her for his own safety.
Udayveer and his daughter are visited by the Russians, who want to pay for the lost consignment, which was picked up by the police before they lay their hands on him. Uday, in turn, wants to squeeze that amount of Arya and Sangram as well as avenge his son’s murder.
ACP Khan and Public Prosecutor have their own agenda to ruin Arya’s case to bring down the drug ring. They try everything possible to collect evidence against him to keep him behind the bars for a long time.
Arya wants to sell the family pharmaceutical company to make her escape, but she needs to agree to have Sangram sign his share as well. Sangram, in turn, wants to revamp the company so that he can use it as a front for his side deals.
He is in talks with corrupt official Sushila Shekhar (Gitanjali Kulkarni) for a consignment of heroin that belonged to the Russians. Sangram had tipped off the police in the hope that he might get his hands on it later and sell it for a profit.