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The investigation into the death of Mr. Kapoor (Ashwin Kaushal) in Sunflower Season 2 is progressing, with most of the residents and frequent guests being questioned.

Sunflower Season 2 Review

Sunflower Season 2 picks up where its predecessor left off, delving deep into the events following the mysterious demise of Mr. Kapoor in a suburban residential society. Led by Officer Digendra aka DG (Ranvir Shorey), and Chetan Tambe (Girish Kulkarni), the investigation has intensified as all attention focuses on Sonu Singh (Sunil Grover), who has gone missing and once again become the prime suspect. The story unfolds with a blend of mystery, humour, and unexpected twists, keeping the audience engaged.

Produced by Vikas Bahl and directed by Naveen Gujral, this eight-part situational crime comedy introduces more complex characters, all with motives intertwined with the deceased. One such character is Rozy (Adah Sharma), a mysterious bar dancer close to Raj who brings chaos into everyone’s lives, especially Sonu’s. As Rozy and Kapoor’s wife (Shonali Nagrani) enter the scene, the case becomes even more intricate.

While it seems everyone has their own agendas, the identity of the killer remains a mystery until the end. The narrative is crafted with a focus on investigation and the potential involvement of each character, blending humour and mystery.

Sunil Grover continues to impress, portraying a 35-year-old salesman afflicted with obsessive-compulsive disorder, whose eccentric behaviour can be bizarre yet impossible to ignore. Ada Sharma adds a new dimension with her portrayal of the enigmatic Rozy, though her character’s journey feels somewhat predictable.

Like the previous season, both police inspectors, Ranvir Shorey and Girish Kulkarni, deliver stellar performances, with Shorey’s portrayal of a non-nonsense cop standing out. However, the subplot involving Digendra and Mrs. Ahuja (Radha Bhatt) feels somewhat caricatured. Bhatt and Mukul Chadda as Mr. and Miss Ahluwalia, reaffirm their roles with conviction.

A standout feature of the best mystery thrillers is the ability to keep the audience guessing until the last moment, but Sunflower Season 2 falls short of fully embracing the mystery thriller style. While it remains intriguing, the narrative feels somewhat stretched, missing the opportunity to take viewers on a truly wild journey with its quirky characters. Nonetheless, it evolves into an interesting dark comedy, with Sunil Grover’s captivating performance hinting at another season’s possibility.

Sunflower Season 2 offers captivating continuity in the investigation of Mr. Kapoor’s death, blending humour, mystery, and diverse characters to keep the audience hooked until the end.

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