Amazon Prime’s Crash Course Hindi Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Crash Course Hindi Web Series Review: Crash Course, an original online series from Amazon Prime, made its debut today after great anticipation. The show’s premise sounded similar to that of TVF’s Kota Factory, another program about students competing to get into IIT, and the rivalry between coaching centers, which attracted attention in the trailer. Annu Kapoor, a gifted performer, nevertheless, was essential to Crash Course.

Crash Course Hindi Web Series Review

Story

The drama series Crash Course focuses on freshmen at the two most esteemed, competitive coaching facilities in Kota. Ratanraj Jindal and Arvind Batra have been rivals for a long time, and this is no secret. They are the owners of all the top universities in Kota, and they won’t stop until they have solidified their monopoly. There are no pieces left unmoved in their contest, which resembles a game of chess. Both educators and students are treated like interchangeable parts. These eight key students represent the half a million visitors that come to Kota each year with hopes and goals. Their student life starts out with a sense of community and shared experiences but quickly becomes more competitive and stressful. A group of high school kids is followed throughout the course of the show as they make friends, fall in love, experience heartbreak, give in to peer pressure, and eventually lose their youthful purity. Owners of coaching institutions and students come from totally different worlds, and when they interact, mayhem results. As the stakes rise and the number of conflicting agendas increases, the situation becomes increasingly perilous.

Cast & Crew

the television series produced by Manish Hariprasad and Raina Roy, starring Annu Kapoor, Bhanu Uday, Pranay Pachauri, Riddhi Kumar, Anushka Kaushik, Hridhu Haroon, Mohit Solanki, Bhavesh Balchandani, Udit Arora, Bidita Bag, Aryan Singh, Hetal Gada, Anvesha Vij, and Siddharth

Series Name Crash Course
Director Vijay Maurya
Music Director NA
Producer Owlet Films, Manish Hariprasad
Genre Drama
Cast Annu Kapoor, Bhanu Uday, Pranay Pachauri, Riddhi Kumar, Anushka Kaushik, Hridhu Haroon, Mohit Solanki, Bhavesh Balchandani, Udit Arora, Bidita Bag, Aryan Singh, Hetal Gada, Anvesha Vij, Siddharth Kak
Editor NA

Verdict

Despite the fact that TVF is well recognized for educationally themed movies and online series like Crash Course, the show succeeds in holding your interest the entire time. Director Vijay Maurya’s foreshadowing of the series’ central conflict and the introduction of the leading coaching institute, MD Annu Kapoor, are major pluses. The pilot episode does a wonderful job of setting the scene by presenting the eight main characters and their objectives.

We can identify with the show right away because we have all witnessed kids’ struggles to ace exams, and the show did a great job of highlighting the impact this rat race has on students’ minds. There are ten episodes in all.

Additionally, kudos to writer Vijay Maurya for bringing up this topic and to Vijay Maurya for presenting it so skillfully and successfully engrossing the audience. Annu Kapoor’s acting and dialogue diction in every aspect just nailed it, and the other eight students gave it their best shot.

The score in Crash Course could have been stronger, but the rest of the production qualities are excellent. The imagery is also strong.

After all, is said and done, Crash Course is a solid program that a variety of people can enjoy.

Rating: 3.5/5

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