Maharani Hindi Season 2 Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Maharani Season 2 Review: Season 1 of Maharani, starring Huma Qureshi, debuted with low expectations but quickly rose to fame thanks to its inventive storytelling. After the success of the first season, producers decided to make season two available for streaming on the Sony Liv OTT service. Instead of wasting time, let’s see what others have to say about this political show.

Maharani Season 2 Review

Story

After spending Season 1 in prison, Bheema Bharati is released and demands that his wife, Rani Bharati, step down from her position as chief minister and give him control of the country. After getting acclimated to politics, Rani Bharati decided to remain chief minister and revamp her political party. The tension between the husband and wife continues to rise, and other political parties are using this to their advantage by becoming more negative about the couple. The rest of the story focuses on the consequences of the political and personal tensions between the series’ primary characters.

Cast & Crew

The cast of the second season of Maharani includes Huma Qureshi, Amit Sial, Sohum Shah, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Vineet Kumar, Pramod Pathak, Kani Kusruti, Sushil Pandey, Anuja Sathe, and Neha Chauhan. Filmed under the direction of Ravindra Gautam. Naren Kumar and Dimple Kharbanda produce the series. Original series creator Subhash Kapoor collaborated with writers Subhash Kapoor, Nandan Singh, and Umashankar Singh to pen this anthology.

Series Name Maharani Season 2
Director Ravindra Gautam
Writer Subhash Kapoor
Producer Naren Kumar & Dimple Kharbanda
Genre Political, Drama
Cast Huma Qureshi, Amit Sial, Sohum Shah, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Vineet Kumar, Pramod Pathak, Kani Kusruti, Sushil Pandey, Anuja Sathe, Neha Chauhan
Music NA

Verdict

Season 1 of this show concentrated on the protagonists’ origin stories and downfalls, establishing their roles in the story. The political path of the main characters takes some surprising turns in Season 2, revealing a new side to these already multifaceted people. The first season captivated viewers with its novel premise and engaging narration, but the second season fails to excite due to its uninspired storytelling and predictable plot points. There are parts of season 2 that will interest viewers, though.

In the part of Rani Bharati, Huma Qureshi displays her acting prowess once more. Sohum Shah was outstanding as usual, but his appearance seemed forced, and his mustache and beard were obviously fake. Amit Sial is the other bright spot of the current season. He really brought his A game and did a great job. Everyone on stage, from Kani Kusruthi to Pramod Pathak, played their part perfectly.

On paper, it seems like a decent series. The series’ music and score were not crucial to the action and fit the mood well without being overbearing. Some of the cinematography was excellent, but the most of the series’ pictures are somewhat repetitive. This political series has excellent production quality, and it’s not simple to talk to such a large crowd when filming sequences of political gatherings.

Only partially was director Ravindra Gautam able to sustain the first season’s buzz into the second. It’s true that the director did their best to make a few standout scenes.

In sum, season 2 of Maharani is a political drama that succeeds as a whole.

Rating: 3/5

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