Hotstar has launched the original latest Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors which is a sequel after a successful first season. If you still are not watching the first season then watch it soon then watch the second one.
According to the Indian Penal Code (IPC) forced sex is considered a crime only if the wife is under 15. But marital rape is not considered a criminal offense. This series also depicts that rape is still rape whether the rapist is marital or not. From the first season, it is known that Anuradha has been consistently abused emotionally at the hands of her husband.
Pankaj Tripathi who is a lawyer fight against injustice doesn’t use brash words to make a point. At the major portion of the, he is almost clueless about the person he is fighting for that attitude and his fight ability makes him a hero to the viewers. He doesn’t give up and fixed like a rock that doesn’t break through the cyclone.
Ashish Vidyarthi, a serious and rearward lawyer who is fighting for the rapiest and puts religion and nation over everything else. This character is played very real that it makes you hate him with an act of revenge. But he is doing only his job as a lawyer greatly which is his duty this thing is cleared from one of his dialogues, “Humarey Desh Mein Anyway Marital Rape is not considered an Offence”. This shows also explores the view of society on marital rape.
Every single female character whether it is Anupriya Goenka who plays the role of the emotionally-conflicted lawyer to Shilpa Shukla the cold-blooded rich child in jail to Deepti Naval who is the mother of the accused Kirti Kulhari also the role of the victim which is based on the entire season to Khushboo Atre plays as Pankaj Tripathi’s wife to Khushboo Mulay who is a cop whose husband is fighting for the injustice has been performed brilliantly that is worth a watch.
The name of this season Criminal Justice is named Behind Closed Doors which is very appropriate for this season as it portrayed the tortured life of a woman who is held as a prisoner in her own home. This story is very relatable, showing the terrifying life of a woman behind the doors that have seen often in the Indian houses.