The Family Man

The Family Man

8 out of 10
The Family Man

04 Jun, 2021
Hindi
Drama, Action

Cast & Crew
Krishna D. K (Director)
Raj Nidimoru (Director)
Suparn Verma (Director)
Manoj Bajpayee (Actor)
Samantha Ruth Prabhu (Actor)
Sharib Hashmi (Actor)
Shreya Dhanwanthary (Actor)
Sharad Kelkar (Actor)
Dalip Tahil (Actor)
Darshan Kumaar (Actor)
Sunny Hinduja (Actor)
Pawan Chopra (Actor)
Aritro Rudraneil Banerjee (Actor)
Priyamani (Actor)

Min Rating
7/10
Max Rating
9/10

The Family Man Season 1 Review:

Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Directed and produced by, who also co-wrote the story and screenplay with Suman Kumar. The Family Man is the story of a special forces house. However, unlike Liam Neeson in Tekken, Srikant Tiwari lives in a middle-class family in India. Working in a high-pressure job in a secret government agency doesn’t rule out the fact that she has a family to support and protect. It covers the premise of the story. It is the story of a family man working to save his country and his family from adversity, torn between diplomatic and domestic tensions.

Released in 2019 – Starring Manoj Bajpayee, Priyamani, Sharad Kelkar, Neeraj Madhav, Sharib Hashmi in lead roles. The Family Man Season 1 follows the life of Shrikant Tiwari, a typical middle-class man who lives a secret life. Working with the National Investigation Agency’s Special Cell, the 10-episode series sees him shift between the role of an agent and a family man – saving the country from terrorists by day and being the naive husband and father by night. . Here you will find a sharp story line with comedic moments and on-point acting.

The Family Man Season 1 Trailer

The Family Man Season 2 Review:

In The Family Man Season 2, Shrikant Tiwari has quit his job in the TASC force and settled for a 9 to 5 corporate job in an IT firm. It is no longer his job to save the world, but old habits die hard, and for Srikkanth, his job at TASC is the only safety net as his married life falls apart. Eventually, he succumbs to his natural instincts and rejoins the force.

Where Season 1 deftly fragments the two sides of Tiwi’s life, Season 2 picks up pace with an added dose of an adrenaline rush, and it’s about much more than just chasing down the bad guys. As the plot thickens, the stakes in the story get higher. Apart from Manoj Bajpayee’s phenomenal performance, we see Samantha Akkineni as the final nail in the coffin.

The Family Man Season 2 Trailer

Manoj Bajpayee

The lead actor of Family Man made his OTT debut with Seasons in 2019. He is playing the role of Shrikant Tiwari, Senior Agent and Analyst in TASC. His pride in the series is as professional as his humour, which justifies two sides to his role.

The Family Man, Manoj Bajpayee

Sharib Hashmi

Another recurring actor in the series is JK Talpade, Srikanth’s collaborator in TASC. His character adds a funny comic relief to the story, but the story takes an interesting twist when Talpade finds himself in a hostage situation.

The Family Man, Sharib Hashmi

Sharad Kelkar

Actor Sharad Kelkar played the role of Arvind in his latest web show, The Family Man and was widely appreciated by the audience. In the series, Sharad Kelkar played the role of Arvind, who shares a romantic bond with Suchi (Priyamani), who is married to Srikanth (Manoj Bajpayee).

The Family Man, Sharad Kelkar

Samantha Akkineni

Starring in Season 2 of The Family Man, Samantha Akkineni plays Rajalakshmi Chandran (Raazi), an activist and member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam or LTTE. Her gradual transition from a lethal young woman to a lethal weapon in the series triggers intrigue and conspiracy.

The Family Man, Samantha Akkineni

Priyamani

Srikanth’s wife Suchitra Iyer Tiwari does not know that her husband is a senior agent responsible for the defense of the country. In the second season, Srikkanth and Suchitra’s marriage has many ups and downs as Srikanth is dissatisfied with his new life. In the trailer, he is seen getting the couple treated to make their marriage a success.

The Family Man, Priyamani

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