Criminal Justice Season 2 Review: Pankaj Tripathi is simply outstanding

Directors: Rohan Sippy and Arjun Mukherjee

Criminal Justice Season 2 Cast:

Kirti Kulhari, Pankaj Tripathi, Jisshu Sengupta, Anupria Goenka, Deepti Naval, Ashish Vidyarthi, Shilpa Shukla, Mita Vashisht

Release Date:

Season 2 comprising 8 episodes was released on 24th December 2020 on Disney Plus Hotstar.

Criminal Justice Web Series Season 2 Review: Story & Performances

The trailer of Criminal Justice Season 2 had given us a brief idea about the story. We have seen many stories before also about the India Justice system. A courtroom drama full of suspense has been narrated beautifully here.

Bikram Chandra (Jisshu Sengupta) is one of the most reputed criminal lawyers in the city. He was living a happily married life with his wife Anu Chandra(Kirti Kulhari) and their daughter Riya.

Everything was going well until the night when Anu stabbed Bikram and left the house immediately.

Their daughter Riya saw her father in critical condition and removed the knife.

No one was ready to take the case to defend Anu. Madhav Mishra(Pankaj Tripathi) had chosen to take over the case. His wife was simply not happy for leaving her on the first night.

Nikhat (Anupriya Goenka) was struggling to get a Job. Madhav requested her to assist him in this case and she agreed.

Slowly, as the story unfolds we came to know about the many secrets of Anu. Her pregnancy, treatment for depression, relationship with the doctor Moksh, etc. made the story more exciting.

It was a scintillating performance from Kirti Kulhari on Criminal Justice Season 2. She was too good in the emotional scenes.

Pankaj Tripathi is simply unmatched. His ability to give any character a real feel makes him stand out from the rest. His performance in Criminal Justice Season 1 also was highly impressive.

Anupria Goenka & Jisshu Sengupta also did not disappoint us and provided very good performances with their respective characters.

From the writers to the costume designers everyone did a great job to make the Criminal Justice Season 2 crime thriller worth watching.

Criminal Justice Season 2: Behind Closed Doors reminds us that a person should be considered innocent until proven guilty.


Criminal Justice Season 1 Trailer:

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