Never kiss your best friend
Season one of never kiss your best friends starring Anya Singh, Niki Walia, Nakuul Mehta and directed by Arif Khan. Season one was released last year on 20 January 2020. And season two of the show was released on 18 Jun 2020. In this article, you’ll know everything you need to know about Never kiss your best friend.
Never kiss your best friend Season 2
Tanie (Anya Singh) is stranded in Delhi with her Bittu Mama(Javed Jaffrey) due to the current lockdown caused by the global pandemic Coronavirus. Tanie continues to attract drama in her life being in the walls of her uncle’s home as she reconnects with an old buddy, Zayed (Zain Imam).
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Never kiss your best friend Season 2 Review –
The title ‘Never kiss your best friend’ series reveals the core plot. Two childhood friends end up locking lips, which should never have happened? The lockdown special version continues from where it left off. Tanie, who is still in a relationship with her ex-boyfriend Sumer (Nakuul Mehta), is convinced that kissing her BFF was the greatest mistake of her life. And that passion and friendship cannot coexist. Will this realization last or will end up finding herself in the same loop over again, the second season might tell.
As if being locked in her uncle’s apartment wasn’t hard enough that Tanie’s social media reputation is jeopardized after one of her alleged followers. Zayed, publicly announces that she is a fake for keeping the news of her relationship with Sumer hidden. Tanie’s reputation as a strong social media influencer and the author has been tainted, and she is now exposed to constant online abuse. Happy (Niki Aneja Walia), her mother-turned-publicist, realizes that serious harm has been done, particularly with the release of her second book just around the corner. Soon after, Tanie contacts the source of the exposé, Zayed, and learns that he is, in fact, the boy she kissed when she was 14 years old. The now-adult couple clears up old misunderstandings and rekindles their friendship.
Tanie’s mother proposes that she enter into a fabricated engagement in order to divert her followers’ attention away from the lies and toward her latest romance. Is Zayed the best answer except for a pointless fling? What if the arrival of this new man complicates her personal life any further?
Keeping in mind the initial process of the Indian lockdown, the creators have real-life examples of people doing ‘jhaadu-pocha’ and boasting about their culinary skills through all social media channels. Slowly but steadily, the plot shifts toward the Tani-Zayed tangent and the two’s increasing affection. ‘Never Kiss Your Best Friend: Lockdown Special,’ co-written by Sumrit Shahi and Durjoy Datta, is a light-hearted rom-com that re-examines the ties between love and friendship.
The recurring theme of this 10-episode series, directed by Arif Khan, is: “Ek Ladka Aur ladki Kabhi dost nahin ban sakte”. Initially, the clarity captivates, but the authors succumb to writing repetitive twists and turns, and you end up wondering what’s coming next. Furthermore, the parallel track of Javed Jaffrey’s love life and the unresolved problems with his sister seem needless, owing to the fact that they never find a satisfactory conclusion.
Anya Singh’s (Tanie) and Zain Imam’s (Zayed) performances both do justice to their respective mushy roles. And they work together to infuse cute moments into the lives of these two long-lost friends. Happy, the loud and overprotective Punjabi mum, is played by Niki Aneja Walia, who gives a natural performance on screen. Javed Jaffrey is supposed to be this control freak who reminds Anya to wash her hands and sanitize before preparing meals for him. Among other annoying behaviors, and he plays his part well, evoking the level of frustration that the script required. Juuhi Babbar Sonii, who played Zayed’s sister Fatima and her fiancé Annup Sonii in cameo roles, made an impression.
There was a lot of buzz about the adaptation of Durjoy Dutta’s book, Never Kiss Your Best friend, into a web series starring Nakuul Mehta and Anya Singh. The web series, which aired on Zee 5, was just what we predicted. It will certainly appeal to rom-com fans, and it was also light and breezy, with excellent performances and beautiful cinematography. Season 2 of the series is now available. Isn’t it weird how quiet its debut has been, with its trailer only being released a day before it aired? After watching it, I believe I discovered the reason: it is a low-budget web series.