Mind The Malhotra's Season 2 Review

Mind The Malhotra’s Season 2 Review: Everything We Know So Far in 2022!

Season 1 of ‘Mind the Malhotras’ on Prime Video was well-received and a smashing success. It’s been a long time coming, but the second season of Mind the Malhotras has finally arrived, and it’s packed with all the goodies that will make it the perfect weekend binge-watch.

Season 2 of Prime Video’s ‘Mind the Malhotras’ is now out, and it’s packed with even more belly-busting comedy than before. You’re in for a hilarious ride with Shefali (Mini Mathur) and Rishabh (Cyrus Sahukar) in this romantic comedy. Already receiving rave reviews from viewers and reviewers alike, the show is finally ready for your viewing pleasure.

Mind the Malhotras Season 2 Release Date

The comedy-drama series Mind the Malhotras, starring Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar, returned for a second season on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday. Season 2 of Mind the Malhotras will be available on Amazon Prime on August 12 in India and in 240 other countries and territories across the world.

What are you waiting for? Mark your calendars and sign up for a premium Prime membership so you can watch the family drama when it premieres. Mind, Season 2 On August 12th, The Malhotras will be released. There’s no way your family can avoid hearing about us!

Mind The Malhotras Season 2 Review

The Indian version of the Israeli sitcom La Familia is a watchable comedy about a feuding couple who see a therapist to deal with their messed-up household and everyday problems. But Dr. Gulfam (Denzil Smith), who just listens to their outbursts rather than giving actual therapy, deems their marital issues too minor for them to seek help.

The Malhotra family consists of the parents, Shefali (Mini Mathur), who runs a cooking channel, and Rishabh (Cyrus Sahukar), who is working on a merger with a Japanese company to make millions, and their three children, the sensible and studious Dia (Nikki Sharma), the simmering social media influencer Jia (Anandita Pages), and the youngest son, Yuhan (Jason D’Souza).

This dysfunctional family of five is both entertaining and annoying to watch because of the havoc they produce. The second season of the Karan Sharma and Sahil Sangha sitcom has some funny moments, but the fundamental problem is that the humor feels forced throughout. The tasks have a fresh look, but they’re actually very identical to last season’s and don’t offer much to the show.

The program spends a lot of time on Jia’s angst over her relationship status, which becomes old fast. In a parallel story, Sunita (Sushmita Mukherji), Rishabh’s mother, develops romantic feelings for Roshan (Dalip Tahil). While the premise of this one is appealing, it quickly falls apart due to their trite conversation. They must feel pressured to present as a fashionable pair, but unfortunately, the attempt comes off as fake.

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Stars of Season 2 of “Mind the Malhotras”

Beware the Malhotras Cyrus Malhotra and Mini Mathur return in the second season’s seance episode. Both Rishabh Mathur (Rish) and his wife Shefali Malhotra (Sia) are set to return to their previous roles. Cyrus has appeared in a number of films, including Aisha, Love Breakups Zindagi, Delhi 6, Maska, etc., whereas Mini is best known as the host of the hit singing competition Indian Idol.

In 2017, she competed on the reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Dia Mirza, Sahil Sangha, Sameer Nair, and Deepak Sehgal of Bollywood’s Applause Entertainment and Madiba Entertainment co-created the show, which also features the talents of Sushmita Mukherjee, Anandita Pagnis, Nikki Sharma, Jason D’Souza, Rahul Verma, and Denzil Smith.

Mind The Malhotra's Season 2 Review

Mind the Malhotras Season 2 Plot

The comedy centers on Rishabh and Shefali Malhotra, a married couple who engage in frequent, heated confrontations with one another. They start to worry that their marriage is on the verge of collapse when they learn that yet another married couple in their social circle has filed for divorce.

The Malhotras chose to consult a therapist, who promptly began digging up the most embarrassing and odd incidents in the family’s history, from the sex lives of the parents to the eccentricities of their three children to Rishabh’s bothersome mother. Audiences should expect Season 2 to be even messier, crazier, funnier, and more entertaining than Season 1.

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