The Family Man Season 2 Teaser Poster Out, Hints at February 12 Release

The Family Man is set to return for a second season on Amazon Prime Video, as the web based stage shared a secret banner by means of Twitter on Tuesday. The government operative spine chiller stars Manoj Bajpayee as Srikant Tiwari, who attempts to discover a harmony between his high-stakes work as a National Intelligence Agency (NIA) specialist and attempting to keep his family protected from the risks that accompany the occupation. Close by Bajpayee, makers Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. (otherwise called Raj and DK) are additionally ready.

Amazon Prime Video shared the secret banner by means of a tweet on its official India handle, however the banner doesn’t uncover a lot. Remaining consistent with the counter psychological oppression subject of the show, the picture portrays a delayed bomb being gathered, with some photographs and news sections thronw around. The dispersed photos affirm that Bajpayee and Sharib Hashmi (who plays Tiwari’s trusty partner JK Talpade) will for sure be returning for the second period of The Family Man.

Priyamani, who plays Tiwari’s significant other Suchitra, and Vedant Sinha, depicting Tiwari’s child Atharv, are additionally expected to return for the second part of The Family Man. The show was at that point recharged for a subsequent season back in November a year ago, and the most recent secret sets the ball moving for an unavoidable delivery.

In our survey of the main season, we stated, “On one hand, The Family Man demonstrates itself to be socially and politically mindful yet its inelegant treatment of piece, and powerlessness to be apparently strong allows it to down. Its endeavors at humor are welcome since they fill in as a break from the dreary dramatization, yet it’s uncommon that said endeavors work, and appear to be a demonstration of inadequacy when applied in the expert climate.

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