If thriller with a family drama is the genre you dig, Ram Madhvani's Aarya Season 2 is just the kind of series that will feed your curiosity about what happens next and make you want more. The pilot season of the series captivated the digital viewers and made us wonder about the surprises Ram Madhvani has in store for us. The second season of the series now holds a special place in the hearts of OTT buffs. Here are five reasons why creator Ram Madhvani's Aarya Season 2 is a must-watch.
Spectacular performance by Sushmita Sen
Sushmita Sen as Aarya Sareen is a revelation in Season 2 of the series. She essays the role of an urban woman, who takes care of her kids and will fight any number of challenges to protect them. She juggles a face-off with her family and dealing with the king-pins of the drug business. Carrying the series on her shoulders, Sen offers a spectacular performance as she navigates the wounds of bullets and betrayals.
A gripping plot and a great climax
The story of the second season of Aarya follows a working mother who must come to terms with the monsters of her past and protect her family while dodging betrayal and threats. Creator Ram Madhvani took care to offer enough meat in the series for it to hold the attention of millions. The brains of the season made sure that the series did not lose the plot with the major incidents being charted out across the series. This led to an awestruck audience and a gripping narrative. There has been universal praise for the last episode and the climax of the season that has left viewers wanting more.
Pitch perfect cast
The success and popularity of Aarya Season 2 can be attributed to its pitch-perfect cast that pulled off the portrayal of twisted and complex characters. Sushmita Sen plays Aarya with such ease and finesse that it seems the lead role was tailor-made for her. The actress is joined by Sikandar Kher, Ankur Bhatia, Vikas Kumar, Mayo Sarao, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Sugandha Garg, Geentanjali Kulkarni, Jayant Kripalani, Akash Khurana, Sohaila Kapur, Dilnaz Irani and Charu Shankar. The performances of the supporting cast amp up the drama and create intrigue about what comes next.
Moral conflicts in the series
Without giving away spoilers, we can conclude that the moral conflicts of the series make it personal to us. The series is essentially a family drama. Every family has its issues and that the ones depicted inAarya are far more convoluted. Although most of us have never faced the odds shown in the series, the emotional conflicts make it relatable.
Leaves you with questions
One of the highlights of the series is that it leaves us with flawed characters and questions. How do you sail through moral conflicts? How do you deal with children when there are secrets that must be kept? What are the difficult work choices you must make? What are the duties and roles you choose in your life? Is family your biggest strength or weakness? The series poses questions that not only relate to the characters but also to the audience and that's what makes it relatable and popular