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Save The Tigers 2 review : Back with a bang, emotion and comedy

Save the tigers 2 review

Starring: Priyadarshi, Abhinav Gomatam, Krishna Chaitanya, Seerat Kapoor, Pavani Gangireddy, Hymavathi, Deviyani Sharma, Rohini, Darshana Banik, Satya Krishnan, Srikanth Iyengar, Mukku Avinash and others

Director: Arun Kothapally
Producers: Mahi V Raghav, Chinna Vasudeva Reddy
Music Director: Ajay Arasada
Cinematographer: S V Vishweshwar
Editor: Shravan Katikaneni
Review : 3/5

Save The Tigers 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the uproarious Telugu web series, Save The Tigers, prowls onto the Disney Plus Hotstar OTT platform today, promising to deliver another dose of laughter and entertainment. But does it manage to capture the charm of its predecessor? Let’s find out in our review.


The series picks up from where it left off, with Ghanta Ravi, Rahul, and Vikram facing accusations of kidnapping heroine Hamsalekha. However, when the actress herself steps forward to clear their names, an unexpected bond forms between them. As Vikram and Harika delve into a new project, Rahul pens a story for Hamsalekha, and Ghanta Ravi harbors political ambitions. How do their plans unfold, and what repercussions do they face? The series delves into these complexities while exploring the dynamics of their relationships.

Credit goes to creators Mahi V Raghav and Pradeep Advaitham for seamlessly transitioning from the first season to the second, infusing the narrative with emotional depth while maintaining the humor. Priyadarshi once again shines, delivering a captivating performance, complemented by Abhinav Gomatam’s impeccable comic timing. Chaitanya Krishna impresses with his solid portrayal. The female leads, including Seerat Kapoor, contribute effectively to the storyline, with Kapoor’s presence adding value.

While the series maintains its overall charm, there are occasional lulls in entertainment value, particularly in the fourth episode. Seerat Kapoor’s role, though well-executed, could have been more substantial, and Rohini’s character feels underutilized. Certain subplots lack impact, and Darshana Banik’s role could have been further developed.

Technical Aspects:

Director Arun Kothapally, with creative input from Raghav and Advaitham, crafts an entertaining viewing experience. While production values remain satisfactory, certain episodes could benefit from smoother editing to maintain the narrative flow.


Save The Tigers 2 offers a watchable comedy experience, bolstered by commendable performances from the lead actors. Despite occasional dips in entertainment value and underdeveloped subplots, the series remains a viable option for family viewing, albeit slightly less entertaining than its predecessor. So, if you’re in the mood for some laughs over the weekend, this sequel might just hit the spot.

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