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In the story of this web series, there are endless challenges in the way of two truly loving young people, Vikrant Chauhan and Shikha. The reason for this is that their love is being noticed by a third girl named Poorva, whose father Akhiraj Awasthi is a very big leader. Vikrant’s father is Akhiraj’s accountant. Vikrant’s childhood is in favor of Akhiraj. Also, she is the one-sided love of Poorva’s childhood.
Akhiraj is domineering, he never accepts anything in front of his and his family’s wishes. Politicians have unlimited power to break the law. Akhiraj Awasthi also has that status. In such a situation, whether Vikrant, who belongs to a common family, is able to get his love out of such complicated clutches of Akhiraj, you will see in the eight episodes of this series.
The makers of the political party have shown well
It is jointly written by Siddharth Sengupta, Rohit Jugraj, Ankita Maithi and Varun Wadola and directed by Siddharth Sengupta. He has kept Akhiraj Awasthi and Poorva invincible. Akhiraj and Poorva’s henchmen make life hell for them whenever Vikrant or Shikha tries to sabotage their dreams. In this sequence, the makers have shown the villain side to be more powerful.
However, in most of the Hindi belt areas of India, the political family has such tremendous power. It is ironic that the real power in a democracy rests with the governing system, not the people. This aspect has been presented by the makers with utmost strength, impetuosity and without being apologetic.
Shweta Tripathi great job
Tahir Raj Bhasin, Shweta Tripathi, Aanchal Singh, Saurabh Shukla, Brijendra Kala have played a great role in bringing alive this cause of the makers. Vikrant by Tahir and Shweta Tripathi have put Shikha’s helplessness very well. This Shweta is the one who effectively kept the intensity of Golu burning in the fire of revenge when needed in ‘Mirzapur’. Here as Shikha, she is not in a situation like Golu. He is helpless in front of Akhiraj’s henchmen. Akhiraj does not shy away from playing Holi of blood for his own pleasure.
Arunoday Singh fits the role
Tahir has played the role of Vikrant. What right and wrongs a young man can do in self-defense in front of powerful enemies, he has kept all that very realistic. Aanchal Singh in the role of Poorva and Saurabh Shukla in the role of Akhiraj Awasthi have made effective the whims, fancies, determination, nature of powerful humans. Surya Sharma, who became Akhiraj’s henchman, and Anant Joshi, Vikrant’s best friend Golden, have also shown their presence in acting wise in all the episodes.
In the last episode of the series, Arunoday Singh takes entry as a contract killer. He has taken enough discipline in the brutality and cunning of the killer. Anant Joshi, Sunita Rajwar are also fine in the rest of the cast. Vikrant’s friend Golden Bane Anant Joshi keeps bringing enough humor to the bloody war situation.
The story is stretched like a rubber
Overall, this series is level and engaging in terms of the decent payoff of the cast. In terms of writing, just this series has dragged on. It is stuck and stuck in the glorification of the characters. Eight episodes go on with a never-ending saga of just the cat and mouse chase from Vikrant-Shikha’s enemies. It becomes repetitive after one line. Due to this, an annoyance starts to arise seeing whether the story will go ahead or it will just get dragged like a chewing gum. Glorification was also there in ‘Mirzapur’, but each character had a lot to say there. Here the hero heroine is running in the whole episode. He doesn’t seem to be winning anywhere. Surely this happens in real life, but in reel life, whether the audience will continue to watch such helplessness for eight episodes, it will be interesting to see.
However, from the note on which this series ends, it is clear that the story is yet to come. In the second season, maybe the hero-heroine return like typical winners?