Much like its season one, The Family Man 2 has ended on a cliff-hanger. Will Suchi (Priya Mani) lastly inform Srikant (Manoj Bajpayee) what really transpired in Lonavala? Will Covid-19 be an integral a part of Family Man’s third season? Is the brand new TASC mission headed to the Northeast as a brand new lethal mission is afoot? Indianexpress.com caught up with the makers of The Family Man 2 — creators Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, author Suman Kumar and co-director Suparn Varma — to search out some solutions.
While the makers insisted they’re but to write down the third season, Raj revealed the concept for the follow-up has existed ever since they wrote The Family Man season 2 a few years in the past. “The story was always there. Not that particular scene (the last sequence) but the idea of where the show is heading was always there even as we wrote season two. As we were discussing season two, we were discussing other ideas that are going to come later. So we knew where it was heading, what world it was going to focus on and what kind of things are going into it,” he mentioned.
The final scene of The Family Man Season 2 was set towards the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide lockdown that adopted. It reveals a mysterious particular person sitting in Kolkata, preparing for a Chinese mission Guan Yu, which is prone to hit the northeast area of the nation. Raj shared how the scene was shot individually as a result of they were certain about addressing the pandemic within the upcoming season, however not if they’d delve deep into its influence.
“The scene was shot later. It was representative of where we might go and where we might not go later. The idea is to give a little tease. Now that there are fans of the show, it’s fun to do a teaser. I am sure we are going to address it a bit (the Covid-19 situation), for sure, but if it is going to be little or much, that we have to sit and write,” the director continued.
As Srikant Tiwari efficiently completes his newest mission and kills Raji (Samantha Akkineni) within the ultimate episode, he’s an exhausted man with the deaths seemingly weighing him down. When requested if that is the temper that Srikant will be carrying to the subsequent season, Raj mentioned all they know at this level is that they will keep genuine to the character and the challenges that Srikant is now going to face.
“I don’t know we have to write it. The idea is to being true to what’s going to come,” he mentioned, to which Suparn Varma hinted that it’s anyway not going to be a simple trip for Srikant as his private life is ready to unravel. “We have teased a different emotion with the Srikant and Suchi scene in the kitchen. So there is anyway a big bomb waiting to explode.”