Tripling Season 3 Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Tripling Season 3 Review: TVF is back to take us on a wild ride with Tripling Season 3. Season 2 was disappointing, but this season seems like it’s going to blow everyone away after the teaser raised the bar. The show premiered on October 21st, so let’s read the review to find out if season 3 will live up to expectations or not.

Tripling Season 3 Review


The story of Chandan, Chanchal, and Chitwan, who was devastated to learn of their parent’s divorce, was told in the third season of Tripling. Will their last outing together convince their parents to reconsider and keep the family intact, though?

Cast & Crew

The cast of the show includes Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, Amol Parashar, Kumud Mishra, Shernaz Patel, and Kunaal Roy Kapur. The season’s director is Saksham Arora, and Arunabh Kumar serves as producer. Both Siddhant Pandagale and Kunal Hassanandani served as the show’s editors.

Series Name Tripling Season 3 
Director Neeraj Udhwani
Music Director N/A
Producer Arunabh Kumar
Genre Drama
Cast Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, Amol Parashar, Kumud Mishra, Shernaz Patel, Kunaal Roy Kapur. This season is directed by Saksham Arora and produced by Arunabh Kumar. Kunal Hassanandani is the cinematographer and Siddhant Pandagale is the editor of this series.
Cinematography Kunal Hassanandani

Movie Verdict

While Tripling focuses more on sibling relationships, from season to season three they focused on sibling relationships and how far they would go to maintain their bond. While season 1 was well received, season 2 left viewers disappointed due to its weak plot, but now season 3 appears to be winning over viewers as the plot is consistent with the first two seasons. In contrast to Tripling, which focuses more on sibling bonding, TVF never lets viewers down with its substance because it is more grounded in middle-class lives.

The trio tries to persuade their parents to change their minds after discovering the devastating news of their parents’ separation, which has been a lot of fun in the early episodes. Later, the pace slows down in a few episodes, but as the trio decided to embark on one more expedition, things pick up. The entire thrilling journey causes the audience to laugh, cry, and reflect.

The show has genuine humour that we can connect to in our daily lives, so even though it’s challenging to binge-watch this ponderous drama, we can easily skip some episodes.

Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, Amol Parashar, Kumud Mishra, and the rest of the ensemble all produced outstanding performances that gave the series a highly realistic image.

Sumeet Vyas and Abbas Dalal this season have done a good job of writing about the subtle depth of parents’ separation and how it will affect a family, and Neeraj Udhwani has done a great job of directing that he makes us feel sorry for all the characters.

The remainder of the technical crew did an excellent job, and Kunal Hassanandani, the film’s cinematographer, deserves appreciation for how skillfully the adventure trip section was captured on camera.

Overall, Tripling Season 3 is an enjoyable journey with some pain.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Performances
  • Cinematography
  • Music

Minus Points:

  •  Draggy scenes

Rating: 3/5

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