Kathmandu Connection Season 2 Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Kathmandu Connection Season 2 Review: Numerous films and television shows focus on the Mumbai Mafia, terrorism, and other crimes connected to the Mumbai area. After the blasts in Mumbai in 1993, another show with similar themes, “Kathmandu Connection,” was produced. Season one of this show was streamed on the Sony Liv OTT service. It was met with a range of reactions from audiences and reviewers. The producers have just revealed the second season, and it is already available to stream on Sony Liv (December 23, 2022). Let’s examine Season 1 in detail to see if Season 2 lives up to the hype.

Kathmandu Connection Season 2 Review


Kathmandu Connection’s first season begins with a probe into the Bombay blasts of 1993. New details emerge as the inquiry progresses, including the suspicious death of the officer in charge, the abduction of a hotel owner, and the surveillance of a journalist. Try to deduce the connections between these three seemingly unrelated concepts and Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital. All the issues raised in the first season are resolved in the second.

Cast & Crew

Amit Sial, Aksha Pardasany, Anshumaan Pushkar, Anurag Arora, Gopal Datt, Vikram Singh Sodha, Sanjiv Chopra, and Zakir Hussain all appear in season 2 of Kathmandu Connection. The creators of the show are Ajay Rai and Sachin Pathak. Sneha Khanwalkar composed the show’s score, and Arun Kumar Pandey directed the episodes.

Series Name Kathmandu Connection (Season 2)
Director Sachin Pathak
Music Director Sneha Khanwalkar
Producer Ajay Rai
Genre Crime, Thriller
Cast Amit Sial, Aksha Pardasany, Anshumaan Pushkar, Anurag Arora, Gopal Datt, Vikram Singh Sodha, Sanjiv Chopra, Zakir Hussain
Cinematography Arun Kumar Pandey

Series Verdict

People were intrigued by the first few episodes of the first season of Kathmandu Connection, but the show gradually lost its emotional resonance and viewership as the season progressed. Surprisingly, the producers are already plotting season 2 despite the bleak conclusion of the first. For one thing, the show’s creators may have agreed with OTT services to cancel it for good. Season 2 is doomed from the start since it can’t hold viewers’ interest. The lack of suspense at the end of an episode makes the show less engaging overall. While there are elements that have the potential to be spectacular in future episodes, the narrative soon deflates any excitement.

Amit Sial is the saviour of this thriller series when it comes to acting. He intended for his performance to benefit the entire show. Aksha Pardasany was a stunning addition to the cast this season, bringing the role’s necessary beauty and competence to the table. It’s no secret that Anshumaan Pushkar is another actor who can bring a smile to anyone’s face in any role. They all (Anurag Arora, Gopal Datt, and the rest) performed a fantastic job in their roles for this series.

The Kathmandu Connection books appear to be fine technically. Sneha Khanwalkar’s score is effective in building suspense in a number of key passages. One of the show’s strongest features is the cinematography by Arun Kumar Pandey, which gives the show a moody, ominous tone and keeps viewers watching even when nothing particularly interesting is occurring. This show’s production values are commensurate with the calibre of its narrative.

The director of this season, Sachin Pathak, didn’t do anything to wow us, and we got the impression that he was just attempting to pad the episodes out. Perhaps he could have given more attention to plot twists and turns to keep the readers engaged.

Overall. The second season of Kathmandu Connection fails to deliver the suspense and excitement of a true crime drama. Sony Liv is an OTT service where you may watch slow, predictable crime shows if you so like.

Plus Points:

  • Few scenes from different episodes
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Scenes
  • Routine screenplay

Rating: 2.25/5

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