Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat Season 2 review: Ekta Kapoor knows how to work magic on any medium including the Digital one. The proof lies in Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar starrer Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat.
After a successful season 1, that was launched in April 2017 and received unparalleled love from the audiences. The second season of Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat season 2 returned on Valentine’s day. A befitting gift for the fans of both Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar.
Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat Season 2 plot
The show has Dr Tripurasundari Nagrajan aka Tipsy (Sakshi Tanwar) back from her escapist/ rejuvenating/bucket list 3 month holiday from Europe. Still hungover her feelings for Karan Khanna (Ram Kapoor).
Whereas, Karan has moved on from his alcoholism but not Tipsy. The duo meets when Tipsy’s sister Sherry (Tanvi Vyas ) is marrying Karan’s assistant cum friend Vishal (Kavi Shastri).
Events eventually align themselves that the cat and mouse duo confess their love to each other. But their happy space doesn’t remain happy for long as both of them has to deal with their past that has returned to the present to disrupt their future.
A comic angle ensue in their relationship when Tipsy’ Chitti (Swaroopa Ghosh ) doesn’t approve of their relationship.
But the real trouble arrives when karan’s ex wife Radhika (Shweta Kawatra ) lands in trouble and requires him to stand beside her. Tipsy has her own past – ex-lover Palash (Sameer Kochhar) to deal with. Both gets insecure about each others ex’s.
Would their love stand the test of Time, Chitti and Ex’s.
Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat Season 2 Review
The sizzling yet quirky chemistry of Ram and Sakshi is undoubtedly unchanged and a 100% cute and hot at the same time. The connection that started in “Bade Acche Lagte hai,” has strengthen in the series.
The USP of the show is their Love and fight, which is well maintained. The rest of the cast especially the ex’s Shweta and Sameer have well defined personalities. Each of them has done justice to their respective characterizations.
Our only concern is that you can take the show out the TV, but you can’t take TV out the show. To put it more clearly the crispness that a web series deserves is missing. The 11 episodes of season 2 does create magic but not a lasting one.
The Cinematography, script, set ups and costumes all have that daily soap inspired feel to it. Due to which the show loses its grip of reality more often than not.
Why to Watch
While we can point out tons of reason only one really matters, If you love Sakshi Tanwar and Ram Kapoor together the show is a treat for your sore eyes.