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City Of Dreams Season 2 Review: Bigger, Better & Grander Than Its Predecessor

City Of Dreams Season 2 Review: After a gap of more than two years, the second season of Hotstar’s original series City Of Dreams is finally here, the series released by the makers on Hotstar. The series looks good, bigger, and better than its previous season. I just finished the series and here I am with the full detailed review of the web series. I am going to talk about the Performances, Plot, and a few more highlights & drawbacks of the series.

The web series stars Priya Bapat and Atul Kulkarni in main lead roles. The series also stars Eijaz Khan, Sandeep Kulkarni, Geetika Tyagi and others. The web series is produced by Applause Entertainment and created by Nagesh Kukunoor and Rohit Banawlikar. There is a total of 10 episodes in the series and all episodes are approx 30-45 minutes long. The series has lots of Skin Shows and abusive dialogues, So the web series is not suitable to watch with family and Kids.


The story of season 2 moves ahead of season 1. Season 2 has much more than the simple family Politics of season 1. Poornima Rao Gaikwad (Played By Priya Bapat) is CM now and She is fighting against her dad to save her CM Chair. Elections are going to happen in the next few months and all of a sudden a bridge in Mumbai got collapsed. Poornima has now pressure by the media and she has to give answers to people about this accident.

On the other hand, there are many stories that are going Parallel with this story and they are directly or indirectly related to Poornima. How will Poornam face this situation and what is going to happen next with Gaikwad and what will be his next move? To know this you have to watch the full series on Hotstar.


Priya Bapat looks amazing in her role again, it looks like she has started from the same place where she left it 2 years back. She is again one of the best performers in the series. Her expression, Body languages and were amazing and she looks brillaint. Atul Kulkarni never fails to impress us and here he does the same. Although the series is more about Priya now, still he makes a great impact on the series with his amazing Performance. Eijaz Khan as Wasim Khan was equally good and he looks matured and calm. These three make the series amazing in terms of Performances by their super amazing acting Skills.

The other actors like Divya Seth, Sushant Singh, Sandeep Kulkarni, and Geetika Tyagi were also good in their respective roles. Sushant will amaze you with his amazing skills and never seen the look in the series. The rest of the actors were decent and good enough to watch.


Season 2 is bigger and better than Part 1. This time the story is more thrilling and diversified, you are going to see many stories linked together and this makes the writing superb. The screenplay of the series was decent and it keeps you hooked most of the time. The locations were amazing and the Music and BGM of the series were decent.

I Have issues with the length of the series, the series looks very long sometimes and it looks like some scenes and sequences were not needed at all. The editing needs little improvement too. The overall experience of the series was good and if you liked season 1, you will love season 2.


I am going with 3 out of 5 stars for the series. Season 2 is bigger, better, and more thrilling than season 1. If you liked Part 1, Don’t miss this second season. Season 2 of the series is now available on Hostar VIP in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and in few more regional audios along with the subtitles. There is a total of 10 episodes in the series and the series is not a family-friendly show.

This was our’s City Of Dreams Season 2 Review, Please drop your opinions about the series in the comment section, for more news and updates regarding OTTS, stay tuned with us.


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