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Gandii Baat 2 (ALTBalaji) Review

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Gandii Baat 2 Cast & Crew

  • Flora Saini as Sajeeli
  • Anveshi Jain as Neeta
  • Aman Maheshwari as Viabhav
  • Rahul Jaitly as Saagar
  • Kamla Devi as Daadi

Gandii Baat 2 (ALTBalaji) Review

For a long time, Indian audiences were denied access to authentically rooted sex stories. All of this is changing as a result of the new upcoming digital crest. ALTBalaji is one of the forerunners of a new phenomenon that finally accepts that sex is more than two flowers meeting, and they have no qualms about displaying this very natural act.

Ekta Kapoor’s Gandii Baat, a soap and now a web queen, has returned with its much-anticipated sequel. There are four different stories here as well, all of which are only about sex. On the basis of our review, we saw three of them.

When it comes to sexual content, the first thing that comes to mind is to criticise it. But, rather than becoming moralistic.

A lot of rural and small-town Indians, the stories of Gandii Baat are centred there are getting laid left, right, and centre. The only problem is that they refuse to admit it.

The series’ success also suggests that there is a large untapped audience for such explicit content. Porn has always had numbers, so this was never a debate to begin with.

To those who argue that this is against Indian traditions, we have a short and simple response: guys, don’t watch if you don’t like it. But you can’t impose your individualistic desires on other adults. I’m not even going to the oft-repeated Khajuraho line.

We want to emphasise that it is past time for parents to take up the mantle of ensuring that their children do not watch age-inappropriate content. Because it already broadcasts television, the government cannot always be a nanny.

It would be worthwhile if, rather than leading to reactionary calls like banning or web censorship (which I doubt will be technically enforced in the first place), such content could lead to a debate on lifting the traditional taboo on sex, making life better for millions of physically intimacy-deprived Indians.

Having said that, the content creators have also played to the lowest common denominator in the first two episodes by attempting to associate gay sex with crime. 

But, yes, the series does highlight a lot of hidden voyeurism (a boy peeping into a girl’s room in the second episode) and socially inappropriate relationships (third episode, sister-in-law tries to seduce her brother-in-law). A lot of this occurs behind closed doors.

The series also explores the Indian obsession with the size of female breasts, which frequently drives less-endowed girls insane. The scene in which the mother makes the girl apply oil to increase her bust size and adds cotton (to make her cleavage appear larger) to her dress is accurate.

On the other hand, a man who is unable to satisfy his woman goes to hell. But, once again, they portray him as a villain rather than focusing on its disastrous effect on the male psyche. Guys, where is the sexual sensitivity that is supposed to characterise modern-day India?

All of this is depicted as filthy, hence the title. Even the talking is dark; after a while, you get bored. Top frontal nudity is a given after Sacred Games, though the women here have covered themselves with their arms during love-making scenes. Will there come a time when the full monty is also the norm?

Full credit must be given to the actors (Flora Saini), who had the audacity to do love-making scenes, particularly the lesbian one, given the ferocious reaction it elicits. You will also be typecast as being only a bold artist.

Vishal and Renu, the writers, should be commended as well, because they have brought tales from real India; there is no urban pretence at all. Sachin Mohite, the director and producer, deserves a pat on the back as well; his team at Jaasvand Entertainment has used local accents (Haryanvi, Uttar Pradesh) and mannerisms where necessary. The sets and costumes are exactly what the doctor ordered. The use of well-known Bollywood songs adds to the sensual atmosphere.

In conclusion, we believe Gandii Baat 2 is a watchable film if you can overlook the aforementioned flaws.

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