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Four More Shots Please so that I can forget about this show!
Four More Shots Please (A Pretentious Prime Original) is a vague attempt at making a feminist show. We Indian, I must say have a very wrong notion about feminism. This show is supposed to be portraying women power in a fresh light but ironically this show is filled with cliches and cringe-worthy one liners which we are now already very used to seeing in Bollywood.
This show is filled with desperate innuendos to make it look more "progressive". The plot is mired with some very one dimensional and shallow writing.
And lastly about men in this show. Though I have no problem with strong female characters and I also know that in a feminist show you shouldn't really expect male characters to shine but this show fights "male chauvinism" with it's own version of "female chauvinism". Men are mere ornaments for a good orgasm in the show, which is exactly what Bollywood is known for (just with the roles reversed).
Total disappointment from the writing.
Edit - The above review only portrays the cons, which I believed would be the right way to criticize the show at that time, but looking at it's meager rating now I feel like I should add some pros too.
There are very few things which I liked about this show. One being the performances, especially by Kirti Kulhari. Another being the music. In spite of having an inconsistent and flawed script, it manages to pull a pretty decent finale.
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