Breathe Into The Shadows Season2 Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Breathe Into The Shadows Season2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan has struggled to find commercial success for his films, thus he has transitioned to the OTT era by exclusively distributing his films and television shows there. Although it had no relation to “Breathe,” which had Madhavan in the major role, his OTT first series “Breathe: Into The Shadows” was well praised. Let’s get started with the in-depth analysis of season 2 of “Breathe: Into the Shadows” because it is currently streaming on Prime Video.


Breathe Into The Shadows Season2 Review


Avinash is forced to confront his merging dual personality as J’s existence and ideas reappear as he sets out to finish what he started. However, Victor is his new partner in crime-fighting this time. Kabir Sawant now has to put up with the fight of his life as he protects the society that has become a victim in the final act of this mad play.

Cast & Crew

Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen, Saiyami Kher, Naveen Kasturia, and more actors are part of the Breathe Into The Shadows Season 2 cast. Mayank Sharma is the director and Vikram Malhotra, of Abundantia Entertainment, is the producer of this new season. Alokananda Dasgupta and Karan Kulkarni created the series’ music, and S. Bharathwaaj oversaw the filming.

Series Name Breathe Into The Shadows Season2
Director Mayank Sharma
Music Director Alokananda Dasgupta & Karan Kulkarni
Producer Vikram Malhotra, Abundantia Entertainment
Genre Thriller, Drama
Cast Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen, Saiyami Kher, Naveen Kasturia
Cinematography S. Bharathwaaj

Series Verdict

Breathe: Into The Shadows season 1 features a few production problems that caused viewers to lose interest in a handful of the show’s episodes. However, season 2 has all the elements in the perfect proportions, making it more interesting to watch. The first season picked up where the second left off, and this season introduces a new guy named Victor who causes more mayhem and leaves us wondering what will happen next. Even though a few of the episodes seem dragging, this season is a wonderful continuation of season 1 and will undoubtedly have us thinking about season 3.

When it comes to acting performances, Abhishek Bachchan gets an excellent opportunity to show off his acting abilities as Avinash & J, and he was able to effortlessly pull off these personas. Amit Sadh is a very gifted actor who is underutilised in Hindi movies; he did a great job playing a severe and responsible character. Even though Nithya Menon only had a few appearances this season, she nonetheless made an impression with her acting. The inclusion of Naveen Kasturia to this series is intriguing, and he delivered a superb performance. In the few scenes she is in, Saiyami Kher looks alright. Every other participant in the drama played their part as required.

Technically, this season’s Breathe: Into the Shadows looks good. The images given by S Bharathwaaj set the scene for the series’ sombre tone, and the background music written by Alokananda Dasgupta & Karan Kulkarni is ideal for the series’ genre. There are very few unnecessary sequences and dragging passages in this season’s editing. High production values.

With this season, director Mayank Sharma, who had difficulty with a few episodes in season 1, has succeeded in producing an engaging and exciting series. He succeeded in making the series entertaining despite the fact that there are just a few dull scenes.

The second season of Breathe: Into The Shadows is a mostly engaging viewing. For some exciting episodes, you can absolutely view this series on Prime.

Plus Points:

  • Lead actors
  • Thrilling Scenes
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Few dragged episodes

Rating: 3/5

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