Read the Four More Shots Please! Amazon Prime Video Web Series Reviews Starring Sayani Gupta, Bani J, Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo.
Four More Shots Please Reviews
Ratings: 5.8/10

Reviews Counted: 26
Score: 65%
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Indian Hindi Amazon Prime Video Original TV Web Series Four More Shots Please Reviews and Ratings from Top Critics.
Creator: Rangita Pritish Nandy
Director: Anu Menon, Nupur Asthana
Writer: Devika Bhagat, Ishita Moitra
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release Date: 25 January 2019

Soumya Srivastava | Hindustan Times: 3/5
Amazon’s ‘sex’ comedy hurts at first but gets better with time. Sure, the women are still having sex without removing their lingerie and the bedsheets are still the biggest saviours of breasts, but these are baby steps in the right direction ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 2/5
Glass half full. While it's great to see women owning their desires, complexities and flaws, Four More Shots Please! is barely reflective of the average Indian woman at large. The characters might be aspirational. Sure. But while being aspirational, why are they not held accountable for their actions and choices? ... Full Review

Vaishali Jain | News18: 2/5
A Mess that Struggles to Find its Central Theme ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3.5/5
Propelled by breezy writing (Devika Bhagat and Ishita Moitra), a lively musical score by Mike McCleary and peppy performances from the lead quartet, Four More Shots Please!, bears the imprimatur of people who clearly love what they do behind and in front the camera ... Full Review

Tanika Godbole | Feminism In India: 2.5/5
And while Four More Shots Please does have some good qualities, it fails to give its characters the depth that they deserve. Perhaps the show’s biggest flaw is its failure to bring out the most basic problems of its target audience: urban Indian women ... Full Review

Kusumita Das | FirstPost: 2.5/5
Amazon Prime Video India Original fails to make its characters worth rooting for ... Full Review

Soumya Rao | Scroll: 3/5
Four More Shots Please works best when it manages to move beyond its manufactured situations and sharp categorisations to let things flow organically ... Full Review

Aastha Atray Banan | Mid-Day: 4/5
At the end of it, we thought: how long do we have to wait for the next season? We thoroughly enjoyed the all-women fare ... Full Review

Nagarathna A | Filmi Beat: 3/5
The show is bold and the story seems messy initially, but gets better with time. On the whole, the show is about the girls and for the girls! ... Full Review

Joel Keller | Decider: 3/5
STREAM IT. Four More Shots Please! is funny and light, and it shows that even on the other side of the world, dating as a millennial just sucks so much ... Full Review

Nirmal Raj | Just For Movie Freaks: 3/5
Four More Shots Please is an easy binge. The sensual scenes keep you hooked along with the fun the characters have among themselves by pulling each other legs. Overall, it provides the entertainment factor, but, compromises largely on its content ... Full Review

The Digital Hash: 2.5/5
Why is sex such a big part of the existence of these four girls – almost as if they are puppets and sex is the puppet master. Is it that the creators think that OTT is a big show-all-you-can party? ... Full Review

Chaai Coffee: 2/5
It’s really boring. Story and Screenplay is misfit and characters are not doing the justification in Indian Context. ... Full Review

The Opinionated Indian: 3.5/5
Four More Shots Please is a breezy entertainer, which you can definitely watch after a hard day at work. Watch it with you tub of popcorn & with your girl gang! ... Full Review

Knowledge-Guru: 3/5
Amazon’s ‘sex’ comedy hurts at first but gets better with time ... Full Review

Jagran: 2.5/5
Old cocktail in the name of women's freedom ... Full Review

Murtaza Ali Khan | The National Herald India: 2/5
It is a half-baked attempt and there is a lot of exaggeration on offer, but it cannot be denied that there is a great need for new age women-centric content that breaks free from saas bahu sagas ... Full Review

Udita Jhunjhunwala | The Quint: 3/5
Impressive production support, nicely filmed and well edited, the series... takes time hitting its stride. ... Full Review

Jessica Thomas| The Digital Fix: 3/5
Funny and complex but in some ways problematic ... Full Review

Gulf News: 3.5/5
The episodes move at a taut but fluent pace whipping up a lather of luscious emotions, all fairly pleasant but not afraid to reach out to the darker moments when needed ... Full Review

Free Press Journal: 3.5/5
Sinfully smart sassy and sometimes smutty ... Full Review

Devanshi Singh | Medium: 3/5
It's a pity that we have to make these types of shows to tell the world that women do exist in all those colors and it is okay, it is normal ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 3/5
A show like Four More Shots Please! that doesn't just distract but also deflects from the realities on the ground, offers a different kind of escapist, therapeutic pleasure ... Full Review

Proma Khosla | Mashable: 3.5/5
The payoff of seeing even a few of these stories told is monumental. Another shot, please. I'll be staying at this bar ... Full Review

Noor Anand Chawla: 3.5/5
Anu Menon’s “Four More Shots Please”, isn’t award-worthy, but it’s a light-hearted, entertaining, weekend binge-worthy TV show. I recommend it as worth watching. Keep in mind that you may not enjoy it if you’re easily scandalised, or prefer to watch only high-brow content ... Full Review

Rashmi Paharia | IWM Buzz: 2.5/5
That notwithstanding, for us, the real take-away from the show was its superbly real, non-judgmental and unprejudiced portrayal of the trials of the LGBT community in a still-majorly-homophobic country such as ours. The rest was just glorified window dressing ... Full Review