Criminal Justice Chapter 2: Kirti Kulhari Calls the Second Season of Pankaj Tripathi’s Legal Drama More Convoluted, Gripping

Criminal Justice Chapter 2: Kirti Kulhari Calls the Second Season of Pankaj Tripathi’s Legal Drama More Convoluted, Gripping

Actress Kirti Kulhari stars in Criminal Justice Behind Closed Doors, and she says the new season is more convoluted and gripping than the first part of the web series. The trailer of Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors has been released. While Anu Chandra (Kirti) confesses that she has stabbed husband, the motive is not known. Actor Pankaj Tripathi returns as lawyer Mishra. He takes up her case, which other lawyers are not interested in. Criminal Justice 2 Trailer: Pankaj Tripathi as Madhav Mishra Is Back And She Hustles To Save Kirti Kulhari From A Murder he Probably Did Not Commit (Watch Video)

“I am so looking forward to having viewers watch me in the second chapter. It is more convoluted, gripping and engaging. I think its plot lends an insight into the world of law and crime from multiple points of view. The second chapter makes the events of the narrative more relatable for everyone,” said Kirti. Vikrant Massey Elated With the Success of his web-series ‘Criminal Justice’

The crime-thriller also stars Shilpa Shukla, , Ashish Vidyarthi and Naval. It will be out on December 24 on an OTT platform.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Dec 10, 2020 05:07 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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