Love, Lust and Confusion Season 2 Review: Viu gets an exciting web series

12 . Mar . 2019
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The second season of Love, Lust and Confusion, the franchise that has worked wonders for Viu, is now online. The series has one of the few, well written and believable woman protagonist, portrayed by Tara Alisha Berry. Here’s our complete review of the second season of Love, Lust and Confusion, Season 2.

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The second season of the series starts a few months after the incidents that took place in the first season. The main character, Poroma Sarkar has now come closer to Raahil Khan, her love interest, and looks like she’s finally moving ahead in her life. But just as the going gets good, she meets other men, and it looks like she has yet a long way to go before she decides to settle down.

What’s Wow:

Tara Alisha Berry has by now got into the skin of the character and she plays her well. The series has a young, zestful vibe to it, which will find a connect with the younger audiences. This is a light, take-your-heart-with-you rom-com that presents a quirky picture of the current generation. It’s good to see that the director Victor Mukherjee, who is also the writer, has kept the oomph level in check, keeping the fun vibe as it should be.

The writers have come up with a refreshing concept, and it feels good to see a web series with a female character who’s allowed to make mistakes and lead a normal life, if she owns up to the mistakes. Audiences will agree that it is these hickey-dickeys that make Poroma Sarkar that much more lovable.

What’s Blah:

While the series is good, it doesn’t remain with you for a longer time. The story and the screenplay are better suited for a TV series – and probably that’s where the sequels of this series should be seen.

Parting Shot:

Love, Lust and Confusion Season 2 works because of its believable concept.

Cast & Crew : 

Cast: Tara Alisha Berry, Rajat Barmecha, Piyush Ghadse, Ankit Bathla, Meiyang Chang, Meghana Kaushik, Mohini Shimpi

Writers: Victor Mukherjee, Sharanya Rajgopal

Director: Victor Mukherjee