Paava Kadhaigal Season 2: know everything, check here
Paava Kadhaigal season 2 : This is an anthology drama web series whose language is Indian Tamil. It includes four short film segments.
the segments are linked with various themes through love stories like – love, pride, respect, and sin, etc.
Paava Kadhaigal season 2 release Date –
On December 18, 2020, the season 1 premiere of Paava Kadegal was released on Netflix.
On 27 November 2020 official teaser and on 3 December its official trailer earlier was released.
Series released in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, and English languages on Netflix.
Talking about season 2 of Paava Kadegal, no official confirmation has been made yet towards the Makers.
But because in today’s era, such anthology shows are in great demand.
So we are likely to return for the next season of this show.
In 2022, Season 2′ of Paan Kadhaigal’s released may be.
The first season is directed by Gautham Menon, Vignesh Shivan Vetrimaaran, and Sudha Kongara.
The producer of the season first was Avinash Viswanathan, Rhea Kongara, Ashi Dua, and Ronnie Screwvala so, season second also.
‘Season 2’ Cast –
The cast of the first season of the show was Kalki Koechlin, Prakash Raj, Anjali, Sai Pallavi, Shantanu Bhagyaraj, Hari, Padam Kumar, Bhavani Sere, Gautam Menon, Simran, and Kalidas Jayaram.
But in the same second season, Dua and Screwvala’s earlier anthology venture called ‘Ghost Stories’ has a new set of actors. So, it may have also.
The plot of Paava Kadhaigal Season 2 –
Pava Kadhaigal Season 1 is full of complex themes of pride, honor and sin.
It’s adverse effects on those who try to push social boundaries or who are in love.
The show also raises the issue of honor killing, which is prevalent in the country.
It ends the series’ story with ‘Oor Iravu’, who follows a pregnant young woman who was Ran away from her family and brought to her father’s home.
Then his father intends to organize a baby shower for her.
Since all the stories are finished on a decisive note, this is why the second season may be set apart, with short sections dealing with different themes and issues.
Like ‘Ghost Stories’ which was the sequel to ‘Lust Stories’ released in 2018. The two films explored themes of fear and lust differently.
Why Netflix made a Tamil series?
A 2018 report surfaced that Netflix plans to film an anthology in Tamil, such as the Hindi-made films Lust Stories were distributed by the streaming platform.
The same announcement was made on 28 August 2019, that Sudha Kongara, Gautam Vasudev Menon, Vignesh Shivanand Vetrimaran, will direct four short films for Anthology.
The film also marked the venture into South Streaming content before Netflix.
The shooting was delayed due to the director’s commitments with other projects and shooting .
The film, titled Paava Kadhaigal, was announced on October 1, 2020, by Netflix’s parent department, Srishti Bahl Arya, Which features four volumes by four different directors.
The film was produced by Ronnie Screwvala, and Arshi Dua under RSVP Movies and Flying Unicorn Entertainment.
The same film was also rumored to be an adaptation of Lust Stories, later it was confirmed that the film was of a different theme from the original.
Paava Kadhaigal season first contains four episodes each episode has a different segment title.
- Thangam is the first episode of segment title, Sudha Kongara direct it and written by Shan Karuppusamy, Sudha Kongara.
- ‘Love Panna Uttranum is the second episode of segment title, Vignesh Shivan direct and written it.
- Vaanmagal is the third episode of segment title, Gautham Menon direct and written it.
- ‘Oor Iravu’ is the last episode of segment title and Vetrimaran written and direct it.
So, next season also expected four or more than it episode.
Experience of making Paava Kadhaigal series –
Talking about the experience of making the Paava Kadhaigal series, Vetrimaran (Visaaranai) said that it was a liberating experience for him.
As these short films were not made for theatrical viewing
That is why his creativity and vision did not interfere.
He also said that Whole and chapters both seen in this series.
Listening to Vetrimaran’s views, Gautam Menon (‘Rahna hai Tere dil mein’), who has also worked in his short ‘Vanamagal (sin)’, noted that –
”He had the freedom to do things that were solely for the content with thinking about who it appear in a theater screen.”
He realized one more thing that directors of different genres made each story, but still in the same area.