Four More Shots Please
| January 25, 2019 (United States)
Summary: Four female friends from different walks of life deal with romance, work-life conflicts, ambitions and anxieties in modern-day India.
Countries: IndiaLanguages: Hindi, English
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Four More Shots 2022 Season 3 Review
Four More Shots 2022, In 2019, when we were introduced to Anjana (Kirti Kulhari), Damini (Sayani Gupta), Siddhi (Maanvi Gangroo), and Umang (Bani J), we encountered four muddled women who were questioning the concept of a “perfect and proper” lady. The idea was novel, and the four ladies represented every complex aspect of modern city life. With three seasons under its belt, we as viewers have progressed and become somewhat, if not significantly, more mature; nonetheless, Four More Shots Please has yet to evolve beyond its central premise.
On Friday, October 21, the third season of Four More Shots Please debuted on Netflix, reuniting viewers with their favourite glamorous ladies as they swig shots at the fictitious Trunk Bar in Kaala Ghoda. The ladies in this season had their share of problems, just as in the first two. Though the wonderful women were all experiencing their fair share of tragedy this season, the show should have handled them with greater seriousness.
Siddhi had just lost her father, and Damini had also experienced the trauma of a miscarriage. Umang was dealing with her life after breaking up with her famous lover at the altar, while Anjana was dealing with her trust problems with men after discovering that Shashank Bose (Sameer Kochhar) lied about his ‘open marriage. The show highlights several intriguing subplots, but it’s only able to skim the surface of the many layers there are to investigate.
The new season is the same old wine in a new bottle; each character still has her share of issues, faults, and tragedy. Some hot actors like Neil Bhoopalam, Prateik Babbar, and Jim Sarbh were thrown in for good measure, but they just serve as distractions rather than catalysts for the main characters’ growth and development. Furthermore, the conversations are painful to listen to.
By the time the women were hugging it out at the airport at the conclusion of the tenth episode, all I could think was what an irritating cycle these ladies had been put through over the three seasons.
The performances are commendable, despite the limitations of the script. Of course Maanvi, Bani, and Simone Singh are the highlights of the programme. They make the most of the advantages afforded to their characters compared to those of the other protagonists in the series.
Four More Shots, Please! maintains its visual elegance and sophistication, effectively depicting the sparkle and glamour of South Bombay (popularly referred to as SoBo). The sights and sounds of Mumbai are captured magnificently by cinematographer Sanket Shah. The season’s soundtrack is another highlight for me. From the usual rehashes, this was a welcome change.
Can I Have Four More? does a fan service for those who have been watching the show religiously from the beginning with its repeated formulas such as a monologue from Siddhi and Damini self-sabotaging her relationship, but after three seasons, you’d want them to not only own up to their mess but get a little better at cleaning it up as well.
If they decide to come back for another season, I hope the authors can find a way to break away from the usual tropes and try some more complex storylines.