Indian Summers season 2←Indian Summers season 1
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Julie Walters, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Jemima West, Olivia Grant, Edward Hogg, Aysha Kala, Alexander Cobb, Lillete Dubey, Roshan Seth, Amber Rose Revah, Fiona Glascott, Craig Parkinson, Nikesh Patel Genre:Drama, Romance Channel:Channel 4 Status:Ended
History it is the length of the knowledge that at least you need to know even in order to continue not to repeat the mistakes of others. Many of you will agree that this claim is valid. For this reason there is an increased interest in knowing the history of the people. In recent years the historical drama took its place of honor on the same wave of popularity. The series Indian Summer is one such example. Events proposed series carry the audience nearly a century ago. The action takes place in India where the spring every day more and more comes into its possession demonstrating its superior to beauty. As you know India is quite beautiful and unique country with sharp difference from the other states. This series offers viewers not only to plunge into the events going on but at the same time enjoy all the unusual and indescribable number of Indian landscape able to surprise even the most inveterate wanderers. At that time, power was a thousand officials from the UK. When the hot summer days fell on the edge of all the powers that left the country and went to hell such as the Himalayas from there to being in a comfortable environment to manage public affairs in India. But in this period, the country's life was not peaceful. Bright flashes of the maturing revolution is increasingly slipped among the local population. Who is engaged in propaganda someone demonstrates calling slogans on the walls. At this hour Gandhi is deprived of the right to freedom. The main character of the series an Englishwoman Alice once lived in India according to the will of circumstances forced return to these lands which are still stored in her memory.
Indian Summers season 2 episodes list:
The epic drama picks up in 1935. A terrorist attack against the British Viceroy of India puts Aafrin in the frame, while Cynthia urges Ralph to make a play for the top job.
Aafrin's wounded comrade Naresh is convinced someone has betrayed him.
Aafrin's troubles deepen as his personal and political worlds collide, while Ralph needs to befriend the slippery but powerful Maharajah of Amritpur and his mistress Sirene
A fashion show at the club ends with a horrifying attack on one of the guests. Ralph plays detective to find the culpit, but the truth is worse than he could have imagined.
A badly burned Lord Hawthorne demands Adam be arrested for the attack against him. Ralph and Cynthia try to find a way to protect the boy, when everyone's lives are thrown into chaos as a devastating earthquake strikes Simla. In the ensuing chaos, Ralph discovers a secret concerning his family history that threatens his relationship with Cynthia, while Alice finally stands up to her abusive husband.
As Simla gathers to celebrate King George's Silver Jubilee, Aafrin is trapped in a nightmare - the terrorist Naresh Banerjee is plotting a bomb strike at the picnic.
The Maharajah returns to Simla, and offers Ralph his political support - at a price. Ralph is forced to consider how far he is prepared to go to achieve his ambitions as his marriage enters its darkest hour. Sarah also returns to help with the aftermath of the bombing, and her appearance prompts Cynthia to reveal a secret from her past.
Alice and Aafrin decide to flee Simla with Cynthia's help, but Charlie comes close to unveiling the truth, while Ian discovers some devastating information about Ramu Sood.
Ralph's life spirals out of control. The announcement of the new Viceroy leaves his ambitions in tatters, and he realises those closest have been conspiring behind his back.
Alice and Charlie prepare to leave India for good. Ralph and Aafrin make momentous decisions about their careers. Cynthia is in a bidding war as Chotipool goes under the hammer.