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Your Honor Season 2 Review – Delivers Justice

Your Honour season 2 thriller drama directed by E Niwas, features Jimmy Sheirgill, Varun Badola, Parul Gulati, and Mita Vashisht. The show is a remake of the Israeli show Kvodo.

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Delivers Justice

When it comes to saving his wayward only son, even an upright Sessions Court judge, tipped to move to the High Court, is susceptible to supping with the same devils he sits in judgement on.

Season 1 introduced Judge Bhishan Khosla of Ludhiana (played with incredible dignity and restraint by Jimmy Sheirgill) who has turned crooked and dispenses his brand of justice outside the courtroom.

Based on the Israeli series Kvodo, E Niwas directs with Ishan Trivedi and Neeraj Pandey as writers. (This Neeraj Pandey is different from the filmmaker who goes by the same name.)

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In the first five episodes of Season 2, it’s time for the noose to close in on Khosla as he has a history with two rival gangs – the homegrown, Punjabi-spewing Mudkis and the Bhaiyya Pandits who wear huge tilaks on the forehead and covet another man’s wife. Crime and filthy abuse go together whichever gang they may belong to, and the once-upon-a-time honest judge is caught between the two.

There comes a time when the judge who waves away police protection requires protection from one gang to save him from another. That’s how deeply he’s entrenched in the crime world while his son Abeer (Pulkit Makol) grows more irredeemable in jail. 

Night clubs, drugs, and deals with the judge bring together a bunch of actors who spout a mix of Punjabi and Hindi with ease. Count Gulshan Grover (Gurjar Pannu) and Mahie Gill (Yashpreet) are among the Punjabi crime royalty and Mita Vashisht as Jat woman, Kiran Sekhon.

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When a judge puts family before ethics, justice, law, or even his conscience, he must pay for it. Kiran Sekhon, the woman in khaki who’s been on his trail since Season 1, is back on duty. Back to sniffing every lead, using old college friend Yashpreet’s junkie brother too as leverage. The Bhaiyyas will also get their just deserts with the widowed but feisty Indu (Richa Pallod), forcibly confined as a wife, who will have her day. And there’s trouble brewing among the Punjabis.

Consistent performances from the cast help E Niwas as gang wars and jailbirds with a judge and a policewoman at the centre make it an interesting cat-n-mouse watch.   

Your Honor Season 2 is produced by Applause Entertainment in association with Sphere Origins, Yes TV and Koda Communications.

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