Breathe Into The Shadows Season 2 Review: A Predictable Plot
Dr Avinash Sabharwal (Abhishek Bachchan) is in an institution, trying to get past the strangle-hold of J, the dominant aspect of his split personality.
A mild-mannered family man, focussed on getting his patients’ mental health better, Avinash is revealed as suffering from schizophrenia.
in Season 2, with Avinash’s doctors cautiously pleased with his progress, but they can’t say for sure whether he is free of J. Which is wise because our evil pal is just biding his time, and the killings begin again.
Has the Ravan killer, thus named because each murder is tacked against a head, escaped? If so, why are the cops keeping quiet? The number of victims, done to death in different ways, rises.
But it doesn’t correspondingly raise any feeling of dread, or fear. That’s the biggest problem with this eight-part series, and this is exactly what had beset the first season. This, and the inclusion of all kinds of unbelievable elements and twists.