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Four more shots, please! Is just not only about feminism. A must watch web-series.

Recently, I saw the ads of Four more shots, please! again. Last year, my friends did praise about the web-series but I assumed that it might be inspired by Kareena Kapoor’s Veerey Di Wedding and I decided to skip it because I wasn’t interested in watching any show based on feminism which shows how women have all rights to be badass.

This year, as we are in lockdown there is sufficient time to watch shows which varies by our taste.

So I started with Season 1 last Thursday night and finished the last episode of season 2 on Saturday afternoon.

I just loved the web-series. I tell you why?

Review in my way:

I am not going to write here the review for that you can just google it and find many articles and blogs on the same. Mine is a little twisted, I am not here to simply narrate the story but to make you understand why we must watch it. This web series is about four girls and the journey of their life. Why I liked the plot so much is because

  • All the actors have done justice to their acting.
  • Hats of to the leading ladies, all the four have justified their given roles and are a perfect fit.
  • Damini (Sayani Gupta), Umang (Bani J), Anjana (Kirti Kulhari) and Siddhi (Maanvi Gaagro) so the four girls met at a bar a few years back and bonded together.
  • The beautifully scripted storyline begins with someone’s success to others sorrow and sadness due to personal problems.
  • It actually shows the bond of friends and how important is it to have real friends in life.
  • Many of the times, we listen to others and do what pleases us because we trust a stranger more than others and we intentionally like to fall in the trap. Just like Anjana, who believed in someone.
  • Sidhi’s character shows how the family controls her since childhood and how she deals with body-shaming and finally starts to love herself.
  • In our society, we girls are grown and adapted the way our family and friends body-shame us, make fun of us. If we do something good, our own family doubt on our capabilities.
  • In my family, I am being fat-shamed and body-shamed since childhood. In many families, even in-laws mock and body-shame.
  • One of my cousins mocked at me for having readers and having fans on my page. Where this blog is even liked by Rangita Pritish Nandy and Maanvi Gagroo.
  • One of my knowns keeps abusing and threatening me when I give my views and opinions related to politics.

Must read:

https://romieducation.com/2020/03/03/a-bride-in-a-hostile-family/

https://milifeyourelate.wordpress.com/2020/02/06/government-heard-the-cry-of-emily/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/05/ranbirs-family-body-shamed-alia/

  • Though it was not required the way she gained the confidence, learned self-love and discovers her skills and abilities.
  • Bani J as Umang is a bisexual and falls in love with Samaira (Lisa Ray).
  • Umang’s character was actually interesting, it showed how she wanted to live her life with her own individuality. Being a Punjabi village girl she transformed herself, sustained and survived. Though her partner initially refused to admit their relationship later on everything goes well and they head towards marriage.
  • The one thing, that Umang said, at last, was not to choose a person who keeps career over you and try to mould someone according to own. I fully agree, there must be mutual concern and agreement. A relationship must always be equal in the sense of loving, adjusting, understanding, compromising and sacrificing. I can say that Bani was a real fit for the character.
  • Damini’s character is about a girl who is a journalist and founder of her company. She has a strong will, striking confidence, responsibility and maturity. Her, life shows different shades related to different topics be it office politics, anti-nationalism, righteousness. She is someone having a strong will-power, writing about and standing by the truth.

The story covers topics like misogyny, inequalities, trolling. It’s actually difficult for girls to survive even in Modern India where there are so many idiots in this world. Even on Facebook, so many people keep messaging, calling continuously unnecessarily from Facebook messenger.

Must read:

https://romieducation.com/2020/03/26/must-watch-on-netflix-during-lockdown-quarantine-mode-coronvirus/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/22/is-jacqueline-with-salman-khan-during-lockdown/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/13/sonakshi-sinha-asks-help-from-mumbai-police-to-deal-with-vivek-agnihotris-fake-news/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/12/director-worried-about-how-intimate-scenes-will-be-shot-after-covid-19/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/17/do-you-think-twitter-india-has-did-the-right-thing-by-suspending-rangolis-account-or-not/

https://romieducation.com/2020/04/11/what-are-the-celebrities-doing-during-the-lockdown/

  • Anjana is a lawyer and excellent at her work, however, her personal life is a total mess and she tries to fix out all the issues with her ex-husband. Trying to equally balance her life.
  • Being a successful lawyer, even she deals with the misogynistic behaviour of her boss. In my working career, even I have faced the same issue where higher authorities recommended my name for promotion based on my performance, but my immediate boss suggested a male colleague of mine because he could handle it better as he will not have to deal with home responsibilities.
  • Her character throws life about how difficult it is to raise a child, being a single mother, open relationship, infidelity, adultery.
  • I just loved her dress sense along with her makeover and lip-shades.

This is a complete entertainment during the lockdown. You can easily complete watching all the episode in just a days time.

Apart from the characters, you will love the editing, story-plot, sudden change of emotions in the storyline.

It’s a complete binge time for girls. You can rejuvenate your girl gangs memories while watching it and miss your friends.

Four more shots is bold, witty, fun to watch, delightful, glamourous, it gives you a message between all the glamour and shines of life.

Cinematography is very good.

While you are sitting at your homes you will be happy to virtually tour Istanbul, Jaipur, Goa and even you will love them to watch walking freely on streets and spending time in bars.

The web-series will remind you of FRIENDS as well. Just the coffee shop turned into a bar.

The series will make you miss your sleeping over at friends place, gossip and sharing.

Make you miss your friends and recollect the memories when they were with you during your wedding.

It will make you miss and encourage to plan a trip after things get normal.

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Amazon Prime

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Ranbir’s family body-shamed Alia

In this cruel society, one can always be a victim, the society wants the girl to understand and keep their mouth shut to show regards when the in-laws fat-shame, pass brutal comments about features and looks, above all they won’t even spare the parents of the girl.

They love to criticize the girl in front of her husband and family members despite rectifying their own shortcomings.

Alia and Ranbir married each other, both started a new and happy life but Ranbir’s mother always kept on body-shaming Alia and used to curse both of them.

Alia is a beautiful and chubby girl, she is very fair with flawless skin but she is on the heavier side despite being so beautiful, one demerit of her life gives her in-laws a chance to despise her.

Alia often gets upset and this is nothing new, even before her marriage her mother-in-law made fun of her:

She kept on asking her son “What did you see in her”?

Ranbir always listened to his silently because whenever he tried to support his wife, it made things more difficult and the discussion turned into an argument.

Their behaviour was very irritating and it was difficult for Alia to accept this criticism. She got frustrated and started to get depressed.

She wanted to say to her mother-in-law that in-spite of hurting others she should invest time for her family’s betterment.

The society wants the girl to let go of all this criticism, teasing, mental harassment, demeaning statements but it’s actually not as easy:

  • It shakes the confidence
  • One gets demotivated
  • This leads to depression and it can be dangerous.
  • People don’t forget criticism or this kind of comments easily. According to experts, it takes years to let go of such comments.

Alia’s in-laws are a real example that Indian society can never come out of it. Though many families have learnt to respect and treat their daughter-in-law as their own daughters, the majority love to humiliate and offend.

Many girls and women commit suicide because of being body shamed and criticised by society, family and friends.

Must read:

https://romieducation.com/2020/03/03/a-bride-in-a-hostile-family/

Every day her in-laws criticised her, by talking about her attributes, body, commenting on her parents.

Alia tried to forgive and forget as society demands from an ideal Indian wife and daughter-in-law. They kept on taunting her on everything possible. Even if Ranbir makes any mistake or fights with any family member they eventually blamed Alia.

Even after three years of marriage, nothing’s changed. During a festival, the entire family gathered to stay together where the mother & daughter kept taunting Alia, on the second day while they were commenting on her, she ultimately lost her temper and protested. Seeing her hitting back her in-laws were taken aback and they upped their vitriol. This let to a major verbal escalation and the entire family got dragged into it. Seeing her wife being flanked, Ranbir started supporting her wife. This led to a situation of Pandora’s box being opened up and every other issue started churning.

The end of this fight was not in sight. Ranbir, seeing this is never gonna end turned to his wife and parents to stop this. To this, Alia expressed her deep displeasure that she has been tolerating this pain for a long while now and again a fight ensued between Ranbir and Alia. Seeing the tides changing his mother and sister started taking Ranbir’s side, giving him the sense that this is going a different trajectory. Now, he was literally irritated and wanted this to stop at once, and in that heat slapped his wife.

Alia ran towards her room weeping profusely. She locked her room and kept on weeping. The agony, the pain, the disdain, the contempt, was overwhelming for her. She couldn’t take this anymore and thoughts started coming into her mind. It’s like all of those incidents were taking a rewind, converting her anger into revenge.

As usual, her alarm bell rang sharply at 6 a.m. waking her up from her thoughts, long before any family member does. She started her daily household chores and in the afternoon she went to the market to buy groceries as usual, the thought of revenge not yet faded.

She went straight to a store to buy insecticides tucked it deeply in her pants safely and went straight towards home.

She came back, her throat dry, she took a glass of water, her hands were shaking, went back to her room, looking constantly at the packet of insecticide.

What would you do if you were into Alia’s sole?