Cast: Masaba Gupta, Neena Gupta, Neil Bhoopalam, Armaan Khera, Rytasha Rathore, Ram Kapoor, Kusha Kapila, Karima Bairi, Barkha Singh.
Masaba Masaba S2
Masaba Masaba’s premise is based on a bucketful of courage and mother-in-law. Since when has it been easy to bring one’s life into such a world? Where have Tweets, Likes, Loud Opinions and Canceled Culture become the currency of relevance?
For starters, famous fashion designer and now actor Masaba Gupta, and her veteran actress mother and glass ceiling breaker Neena Gupta are to be commended – not once, but twice. Because, they are back with a brand new second season of their show.
Masaba Masaba S2 Review
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Masaba Masaba S2 has successfully lived up to the expectations set against it. The writing is fresh, sassy, mostly relatable, with occasional opportunities for introspection and self-reflection. This time around, the real and reel-life mother-daughter-duo has had its fair share of differences, but they have one commonality: the need to re-establish themselves in their respective fields.
A wedding collection called House of Shaadi
Masaba started his game mode with his PR manager Nicole (Kusha Kapila) and expanded his label with a wedding collection called House of Shaadi. What’s more, her heart and instincts are also torn between two men: her investor Dhairya Rana (Neil Bhoopalam) and her client Fateh (Arman Khera) who is about to marry Ayesha (Barkha Singh).
Neena Gupta eager to go back to the past
Neena Gupta, on the other hand, is eager to go back to the past. As she revamps her popular and much-loved daily soap Fursat with her old flame and co-actor Shekhar Mirza (Ram Kapoor). Women have their fair share of obstacles and hurdles to conquer, both externally and internally.
Before they realize that the best way to stay relevant is to honor their own truth in the midst of the chaos. In doing so, they are surrounded by many strong minded, opinionated, diverse yet inspiring women. on which they can continually step back and learn.
relationship with one’s inner child and this equation
In addition to being a light-hearted entertainer, Masaba Masaba S2 also sparks some important conversations about the complexities and confusions regarding mental health, balance between personal and professional life, especially towards women in the entertainment business, under the age of 30. Also addresses the importance of representation, issues of body image, the relationship with one’s inner child and how this equation affects day-to-day relationships with other people, the culture affected and much more.
Neena Gupta An experienced and influential as always
Whereas Neena Gupta is as experienced and influential as ever. She is quite natural in front of the camera. It knows very well when to disappoint its guards. And his insecurities and weaknesses do the talking instead. If anything, she’s back more polished with her craft than in the first season. Neil Bhoopalam, Rytasha Rathore, Kusha Kapila, Barkha Singh, Armaan Khera and Karima Bairi also do justice to their roles.