Read the Four More Shots Please Season 2 Amazon Prime Video Web Series Reviews Starring Sayani Gupta, Bani J, Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo.
Four More Shots Please Season 2 Reviews
Ratings: 6.1/10

Reviews Counted: 28
Score: 79%
: 22 | : 6

Indian Hindi Amazon Prime Video Original TV Web Series Four More Shots Please Season 2 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: 17 April 2020

Soumya Srivastava | Hindustan Times: 3/5
But for some reason, even with its aimless plot and cringeworthy dialogues, it still makes for a good watch during quarantine ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 2/5
Reality check needed. What's too tough about female bonding? Why can’t they get it right? And for the umpteenth time, its not just about getting drunk and talking about sex — that’s the pole star to which this group inadvertently steers itself to ... Full Review

Shilajit Mitra | The New Indian Express: 2/5
Four More Shots Please! has always been a cheery sleepover. Too bad it comes of age this far into the ride ... Full Review

Shrishti Negi | News18: 3/5
Having said that, the show has its moments. Kirti Kulhari's Anjana as an ambitious single working mother stands out most, and holds your attention right to the very end ... Full Review

Akhil Arora | NDTV Gadgets: 2.5/5
And even when its characters have something sensible to say, Four More Shots Please! season 2 can't commit to it. Too afraid of depicting something raw, the Amazon series is happy to jump from one cutesy, cheesy, and clich├ęd moment to another ... Full Review

Srivathsan Nadadhur | Binged: 3.25/5
Bigger, Better and Messier ... Full Review

Jishika Madaan | Koimoi: 3/5
Won’t deny that there were scenes that left me in splits, and others that made me miss my gal pal, but I’d still root for Season 1. Watch it not because you know we women have issues, but because we’re all in this together ... Full Review

Priyanka Roy | The Telegraph India: 3.5/5
Season 2 carries on with its ‘made-for-guilty-pleasure’ template but also gives its protagonists solidly built character arcs ... Full Review

Devansh Sharma | FirstPost: 4/5
At the end, it does not feel like a compromise. The investment feels earned, and we come out more empathetic, less judgmental ... Full Review

Aishwarya Vasudevan | DNAIndia: 3.5/5
Maturity comes crawling to flawed women with pleasantly delightful results ... Full Review

Shweta Keshri | India Today: 3/5
Four More Shots Please S2 is a good watch, and even helps satiate your wanderlust by giving you a glimpse of the three cities. We would have loved more, but we'll take what we get ... Full Review

Udita Jhunjhunwala | Scroll: 3.5/5
As you watch these flawed women figuring out their lives out, you realise that not only has season two skillfully developed the relationships onscreen, it has also cemented the audience’s familiarity with, and affection for, these characters ... Full Review

Roktim Rajpal | Deccan Herald: 3.5/5
Coming to performances, Kirti Kulhari puts her best foot forward and brings out the dilemma faced by her character. Her chemistry with Neil and new entrant Samir Kochar adds a new dimension to the viewing experience. ... Full Review

Pankaj Shukla | Amar Ujala: 2/5
This series is more fake than Thugs of Hindostan, Watch out ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 3/5
Four More Shots Please doesn’t find the artistic or emotional depth that a series like Made In Heaven did because the storytelling is content to float in shallow waters ... Full Review

Alisha Lakhani | Book My Show: 3.25/5
Even though the show is filled with cringe-worthy lines and all the cliches of a sisterhood drama (relationship twists, fancy clothes, partying in exotic locales), it’s a lot of silly fun ... Full Review

George Sylex | 3/5
While the main season has just managed points like treachery, self uncertainty just as the terrible truth of the corporate lives, this one will acquaint you with all the 'desire stories' you may have needed to see, yet from a lady's viewpoint. You can stream it for girls fun ... Full Review

Shomini Sen | WIO News: 3/5
But some hilarious moments courtesy Gagroo, some genuine heart-to-heart conversation between the girls, gorgeous locales like Udaipur and Istanbul make this for an easy binge-watch ... Full Review

Sonal Pandya | Cinestaan: 3/5
However, from its wanderlust storylines to the strong bonds forged by the four friends, Four More Shots Please! is a welcome distraction from our own dour interiors ... Full Review

Aditi Sharma | Republic World: 2.5/5
However, unlike the first part, netizens may find the second part a little boring due to the unwanted exaggeration ... Full Review

Vishal Verma | Glamsham: 2/5
A much much better and refined approach was expected from a FOUR MORE SHOTS PLEASE Season 2 team that has a female writer, director, showrunner, and a camerawomen ... Full Review

Amrita Tanna | Biz Asia Live: 4.5/5
There are so many messages within the two seasons of ‘Four More Shots Please!’ and these are very interestingly and subtly embedded within the intertwining storylines ... Full Review

Pankhuri Shukla | The Quint: 3/5
I know Four More Shots Please! lacks nuance, is cringy as HELL but it seems like it could have its moments ... Full Review

IANS | ABP Live: 3.5/5
There is an element of simplistic joy that drives "Four More Shots Please", and it's a quality that endears you to the show ... Full Review

Karishma Shetty | PinkVilla: 3.5/5
excels primarily for its main characters. Strong, flawed women who are on the path of finding themselves through various trials and tribulations with their best girls by their side and you know, four more shots! It's guilty pleasure at its finest! ... Full Review

Tanmayi Savadi | Peeping Moon: 3.5/5
With minor hits and misses, is worth every bit of your time ... Full Review

Mahima Pandey | Desi Martini: 3/5
The Show Is Gripping And Fun, But Fails At Striking The Right Chord ... Full Review

Antara Dasgupta | Maps of India: 3/5
It is almost as if the female-led makers are checking feminism boxes. But somewhere the glitz and glam takes it all away and oversimplifies it all ... Full Review