The second season of Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone is finally out and if you have watched the first season, you'll definitely want to catch up on this one. Unlike the first season, this one is more emotional and gripping. The second season is all about Sunny's bond with her mother, how it fell apart and how it evolved. Grusha Kapoor, who plays Karenjit's mother in the web series, grabs all the spotlight with her performance. The second season begins with the family accepting the fact that Sunny Leone is an adult star and ends with her turbulent relationship with her mother. No, it doesn't have the kind of ending you would speculate but it gets very emotional.
The last episode, especially, will really get to you. You'll also love Sunny more in this season. She comes across as more responsible and mature and Sunny does complete justice to it. The other characters are also don't disappoint you with their performance. It's easy to empathise with the Vohra family. Sunny's regrets, anger and breakdown when her mother is on the death bed is quite relatable. The actress has portrayed all the emotions perfectly. This season shows more of Karenjit and less Sunny. Of course, the cringe-worthy interview segment still prevails in this one.
But apart from her relationship with her Mom, you also get to see the heartbroken side of her when she finds out her fiance cheated on her and she had called off her wedding at the last moment. Despite living a life a lot of people don't perceive to be ideal, the actress had her share of troubles that every girl can relate to, okay most girls. It all narrows down to the fact that Karenjit is very much like a normal girl who has faced normal struggles in life while living her other life as Sunny. It's the transition from Sunny to Karenjit and back to Sunny that makes this series worth a watch.
- Overall performances, especially Grusha Kapoor
- It's emotional and makes you want to empathise
- The writing is way better than the first season
- It's better than the first season
- The series could have been shorter and crisper
- There are a couple of continuity issues
- Again, the interview segment is tiring to watch, even if it has less screen time this season
Compared to the first season, this one was more emotional and more about Karenjit than Sunny. It gives you a sneak peek into her life. Though it has it's own flaws, the story, the writing and Grusha keep you hooked on to your phones. What are your thoughts on the web series? Tell us in the comments below and stay tuned with us for more.