Jamtara Season 2 Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Jamtara 2 Series Review: The first season of Jamtara surprised everyone by being the most-watched Indian television show of 2020, and it premiered on the Netflix OTT platform. Season 2 of the compelling Netflix modern crime thriller has finally arrived after a two-year wait. Let’s go into the weeds of the season 2 review to see if this program is as interesting as season 1 and if it’s suitable for binge-watching on Netflix.

Jamtara 2 Series Review

Story

While Sunny recovers from a broken leg at the hospital, Rocky keeps working for local crook Brajesh Bhaan. The town’s youth are brainwashed into believing that they can rob people blind by holding a lottery. Meanwhile, Gudiya, who is distraught by the events in her own life and in Sunny’s, decides to politically oppose Brajesh Bhaan. It seems that as soon as she starts her campaign, things go downhill rapidly. 

Cast & Crew

Season 2 of Jamtara features an ensemble cast that includes Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Aasif Khan, Monika Panwar, Seema Pahwa, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, and Aatm Prakash Mishra. The series is produced by Ajit Andhare and directed by Soumendra Padhi (Tipping Point). The series’ cinematography is helmed by Sayak Bhattacharya, and the score is composed by Sidhant Mathur.

Series Name Jamtara Season 2
Director Soumendra Padhi
Writer Trishant Srivastava, Nishank Verma, Kanishka Singh Deo, Ashwiun Verman
Producer Gayatri Gulati, Anjali Bhushan, Soham Bhattacharya
Genre Crime, Action, Drama
Cast Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Anshumaan Pushkar, Aasif Khan, Monika Panwar, Seema Pahwa, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, Aatm Prakash Mishra
Music Sidhant Mathur

Verdict

The genuine and gritty production of season 1 of Jamtara, which was based on actual frauds, was a pleasant surprise for viewers. With its second season, Jamtara proves to be as bit as entertaining as the first. In the previous season, the main plot is around phishing fraud and the people who plotted this crime with the help of a local politician. Season 2 focuses more on the characters’ feelings and the problems they’re having in their own lives. Season 2 looks more interesting thanks to the infusion of political drama. The overall direction of season 2 keeps us fascinated until the very final episode of this series, despite some repetitive sequences in various episodes.

As they did in the first season, Sparsh Shrivastav as Sunny, Anshumaan Pushkar as Rocky, and Monika Panwar as Gudiya are all fantastic actors. Amit Sial is the type of actor who can step into any role and deliver a stellar performance. Again, he succeeds as Brajesh Bhaan. Seema Pahwa shines in a supporting role, and the other actors do a good job with their parts.

The technological quality of Jamtara Season 2 is remarkable. Sayak Bhattacharya, the series’ director, was able to capture the show’s melancholy mood through camerawork while shooting in a number of beautiful locations. Sidhant Mathur’s score for the show is another thing that will keep us watching. The production values are top-notch.

There aren’t many unnecessary characters and backstory additions that wander too far from the basic plot in Season 2 of the series, directed by Soumendra Padhi, which has helped preserve the suspense that keeps people watching.

On the whole, season 2 of Netflix’s Jamtara is recommended as well. Because of how realistic and sincere it is, this show is worth watching in its entirety.

Rating: 3.25/5

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