Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives’ second season premiered tonight on OTT, and it is unquestionably twice as intense as the first!
The show is very “crazy” to see, with anything from divorces to menopause to on-screen intercourse and a quick excursion to the woods!
We were especially pleased by how sensitively the creators addressed the subjects of divorce and menopause.
One of the key moments in the show is when Maheep Kapoor attempts to discuss menopause and female reproductive systems with grit and audacity.
The four women then pay a quick visit to the most well-known gynecologist in the country to learn more about menopause, which aids in dispelling numerous misconceptions about this critical period time in every woman’s life.
As shown in the second season, Neelam Kothari Soni, Bhavana Pandey, Seema Sajdeh, and Maheep Kapoor are an absolute riot.
Despite being completely different from one another, all four people share a certain amount of maturity and wildness in their own unique ways Seema Khan is unquestionably the “Kapil Sharma” of this season because of her hilarious one-liners! She makes you laugh so hard. But also a wonderful mother, and I have no doubt that she is hilarious as well!
Seema, who went by the surname Khan in the first season, has chosen to maintain her maiden name of Sajdeh after filing for divorce from Sohail Khan . The designer discusses her difficult divorce process and her intense guilt as a mother for subjecting her children to having to deal with separated parents. Everything is skillfully and delicately woven.
Maheep’s foul behavior from the first season, in which he was criticized for frequently using profanities, persists. This time, though, we also get to see a sad and compassionate Maheep who discusses the difficulties she encountered in her first marriage years ago and how she left it with a little child in tow. Kapoor thinks she made the best choice of her life when she decided to forgive Sanjay in order to protect her children. Maheep also discusses losing Rekha, the housekeeper she saw as her backbone, to COVID. Learning about the terrible time’s everyone endured during the pandemic truly tears your heart.
Neelam, the obedient Bollywood doll from the 1990s, is now sexier and more exciting. Neelam, who vehemently opposed
The idea of kissing on-screen is seen approving the practice for a forthcoming film Zoya Akhtar has brought to her. It’s funny to watch her portray her anxiety over it by acting out the kissing scene with her real-life husband Samir Soni.
Chunky Panday, an actor, and Bhavana Pandey have been wed for 24 years. They are currently renewing their vows. Due to this, the season is quite vibrant and vivacious. Ananya and Rysa, two members of the so-called “Gen Z” age, react with “eww” and “yuck” when their parents discuss their romantic aspirations. This strikes me as odd. Sad to see the girls, who were often extremely intelligent, have such an odd perspective on something so intimate and significant, especially when it touched their parents. Next, simply the girls travel briefly to Jawai, where Neelam and Seema become so terrified, that they are unable to function.
The cameo appearances of Karan Johar, Gauri Khan, Bobby Deol, Malaika Arora, Ananya Panday, Nirvaan Khan, Manish Malhotra, and Vikram Phadnis add to the program’s entertainment value. Another highlight of the show is the four women gushing over Ranveer Singh during his guest visit. Singh’s brief cameo in the episode serves as a sneak peek for his upcoming Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani, which is being directed by Karan Johar.
Oh yes! In an effort to assist Seema Sajdeh in finding a new and compatible companion to whom she can “adapt” for the rest of her life, renowned matchmaker Sima Taparia from Indian Matchmaking pays her a visit. As Seema listens to Sima Auntie describe her concept of a successful marriage and all the labour that goes into it, she laughs heartily.
So, The second season of Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives is full of Entertainment, filled with sophisticated and crazy elements.
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