REVIEW: Tripling Season 2 is too busy in advertising that it forgets its uniqueness.

TVF's Tripling Season 2 coming after three years from its predecessor is too busy in advertising culture, car service and tourism that it forgets to show the unique bond of a dysfunctional family properly.

The story starts rolling from the shoot of the epic MaDa Faka song for the film based on the story of first season of Tripling. The book on which the film is based is written by Chandan Sharma (Sumeet Vyas) himself. He accidentally meets Chitvan (Amol Parashar) in a bathroom, similar to the first season. Then after a series of torture, they meet Chanchal (Maanvi Gagroo) who is living a frustrating life because of something written by Chandan about her husband (Pranav). They reunite to find Pranav (Kunal Roy Kapoor) through a road trip. And thus begins a rollercoaster ride of nostalgia and emotional moments with humorous one-liners by Chitvan.

This season like the first season doesn't have much in the story but is entirely dependant on the emotional touch of different moments and nostalgia. But the uniqueness of the show has always been inclined in showing the bond of siblings even after being a dysfuctional family. The bond-related moments are there but in very less quantity. The show is more concerned on their personal lives rather than the bond they share with each other. Also, it lacks epic moments like the first season had, there is no new soundtrack similar to Mada Faka. Though overall characterization has improved, in fact a spin-off show based on the life of Chitvan could become a massive hit. The show tries to capture the culture and scenic beauty of India but continuous avertisement of a car rent service will irritate you a lot. Some clever shoot techniques have been adapted in the show like it uses the living-in-past technique already used in many Hollywood movies like Marvel's Ant-Man.

All the actors, Sumeet Vyas , Maanvi Gagroo , Amol Parashar acted really well, no flaws there. Gajraj Rao as Prince Alexander is fun to watch. The direction by Sameer Saxena falls off and takes common path mostly where it could have been more creative at that places and made this ride more fun and emtional. Scripting of the show is normal, though some one-liners made for the character of Chitvan were pretty humorous. Cinematography was on point , it covered the scenic beauty of India fairly. The music of the show is pretty good this time, some songs are gonna stay in your mind even after the show.

Overall the show tried to capture the magic of first season but wasn't that effective in doing so.

Acting - 3 / 5.

Direction - 2 / 5.

Script - 2 / 5.

Cinematography - 2 / 5

Music - 3 / 5.

Final Verdict - 2 / 5.

Could have been better but still give it a watch.