Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya 2 went on air this week and it seems to have had a fair start so far. The show features Pooja Gor and Arhaan Behll take on their roles of Pratigya and Krishna, respectively. The story continues on the same lines as we see the couple much in love and having a happy life with their children. Meanwhile, Pratigya is seen as a lawyer who will continue to stand up for the wrong and fight for what she believes in, even if it means standing against her own.
Thakur Sajjan Singh will be played by Anupam Shyam once again, this time, he has the agenda to have power over the whole of India. Meanwhile, Pratigya will continue to fight against prejudices that are so deeply rooted in society as far as the caste system goes. The first two episodes have been a treat to watch purely for how these are the things that still need to be spoken about.
As for everyone's acting, we still see the same kind of chemistry between Pooja and Arhaan as before, and in fact, it seems to have only elevated over time. As for Anupam, he continues to be just as villanious as he is known. Meanwhile, through all of this, Pratigya has held her ground and not gave up on anything even when her daughter is kidnapped by a goon in regards to a case she took once again. While it sure tells us how everything a woman does seems to have caught on and ultimately affect their personal lives, what is also interesting to see is how one can fight it through.
Pooja has managed to bring on her best acting chops forward, acing whatever she does, ensuring that there is no stone unturned in giving away the message that the show is meant to. As for Arhaan's Krishna, there is a change in his character, but there are still all these loose ends that seem to be calling him back to being the person he once was. Nonetheless, it all makes sense and continues to send out a message that the show has always intended to.
Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya 2 is as good as it gets, and while it is not free of loopholes, all of it makes sense as there is a bigger message that the show aims to give. With all that it stands for in an attempt to show how women must fight and raise a voice, it makes for a good watch.
Ratings: ***1/2 (3.5/5 stars)