Four More Shots Please! Season 2: ‘It’s our labour of love’, says Manvi Gagroo
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Four More Shots Please! Season 2: ‘It’s our labour of love’, says Manvi Gagroo

By Sakal Times


After the success of the first season, Four More Shots Please! Season 2 will start streaming on Amazon Prime Video from April 17. The series revolves around four unapologetically flawed women as they live, love, make mistakes. It talks about how the four women go through the thick and thin in life and still manage to keep each other empowered. The trailer of the series will launch on March 31. 

Sharing her excitement, Kriti Kulhari shares, “The concept of the series intrigued me from the first day of learning about the show; and, it comes as no surprise that my excitement doubled when we started the shoot of the second season. Personally, 2019 has been a milestone for me, starting with the phenomenal success of Four More Shots Please! and then being part of some of the biggest films of the year. I believe that each viewer will see a little bit of themselves in each character and I really hope they love the second season as much as they did the first.”

Throwing more light on the character, Bani J expresses, “I’ve said this a couple times before, and would like to repeat it because it felt serendipitous to me that I was approached to play Umang. Not because she has an affinity to lift weights, but because of her journey, her story and this unshakable conviction with which she does things in her life.” 

Manvi Gagroo also adds, “Life comes to a full circle as we are all set to launch the second season of Amazon Original Four More Shots Please! This show, particularly Siddhi, is very close to my heart; after shooting for two seasons, I can now understand Siddhi Patel better and why she does what she does on the show. She is a relatable inspiration each time she turns her weaknesses into her biggest strengths. Four More Shots Please! Season 2 is our labour of love and we are certain that it will receive a lot of love from our audiences.”

Sayani Gupta says that the second season feels nothing less than coming back in a familiar environment and striving to do something even bigger, better, deeper than the first season. “There is a special charm in reuniting and collaborating with the same gang of co-actors, makers, creators. The first season was infinitely successful and received an unprecedented love from the fans. It truly is beyond dreams that a forward, rule-bending show like ours would receive so much love and craze from fans from all across the board, from all parts of the country and different parts of the world and from all age groups and gender. It also surpassed all pre-conceived notions that a show made by women on women, would be about male- bashing. Each character had something people could relate to and connect with them,” she says. 

She adds that the beauty of the series is that it celebrates four women who are so different, not only in the way the look bit also their personalities. “The women in the show are flawed but they completely own it. The show also celebrates women with agency, which is the need of the hour. The second season will be twice as special. You will see the girls having more fun, the friendship growing deeper and fierceness growing stronger but also them accepting their vulnerabilities.”

The series stars Kirti Kulhari, Bani J. and Maanvi Gagroo, with Prateik Babbar, Lisa Ray, Milind Soman, Neil Bhooplalam, Simone Singh and Amrita Puri. The series is directed by Nupur Asthana and written by Devika Bhagat, with dialogues by Ishita Moitra. 

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