Disney Plus Hotstar’s latest original Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors is a sequel to a successful first season, featuring a new case. So even if you haven’t had a chance to watch the first season yet, you can watch the second one. Here’s 6 Reasons Why ‘Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Door Is The Perfect Binge
It Sensitively handles emotional abuse
It is clear from the first episode that Anuradha has been a victim of consistent emotional abuse by her husband. The show quite sensitively handles the subtle nuances that abusers use to groom their victims.
Pankaj Tripathi is an unlikely hero
Pankaj tripathi always saves the day. When ever he comes on screen he captures the show completely.
Story Grips audience
It evolves around Anuradha Chandra (Kirti Kulhari) who stabs her lawyer-husband Bikram Chandra (Jisshu Sengupta). After committing the act, she calls emergency services and slips out of her swanky apartment. The man lies bleeding in bed, and their 12-year-old daughter Rhea (Adrija Sinha) is left to deal with all the mess.
The Comic Relief
Madhav(Pankaj Tripathi) and his wife Ratna’s (played by Khushboo Atre) banter does provide ample comic relief. It’s quite a delight to watch Tripathi with mehendi on his hands as he handles briefs and hearings in court.
The women in the show steal the limelight
Women with different personalities and different ways of dealing with their life and problems. The murder accused is a housewife, who has confessed to stabbing her husband and is guilty in the eyes of the law. Kriti put forward an amazing screen presence and she doesn’t missed a single mark.