Jamtara 2 Series Review: Without any expectations, Jamtara season 1 debuted on the Netflix OTT platform and quickly rose to the top of the list of Indian series shown in 2020 in terms of viewership. After a two-year hiatus, season 2 of this intriguing Netflix modern-day crime drama series is now streaming. Let’s go into the in-depth review of season 2 to find out if this show is as compelling as season 1 and if Netflix users can binge-watch it.
Rocky continues to work for corrupt local politician Brajesh Bhaan while Sunny is in the hospital due to a broken leg. Children from the town are taught to rob others of their money under the pretense of a lottery. In the meantime, Gudiya, who is devastated by the events that occurred in both her own life and Sunny’s life, resolves to oppose Brajesh Bhaan in politics. As soon as she begins her campaign, things start to get worse.
Cast & Crew
Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Aasif Khan, Monika Panwar, Seema Pahwa, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, and Aatm Prakash Mishra are among the cast members of Jamtara Season 2. Ajit Andhare is the series’ producer and Soumendra Padhi is the director (Tipping Point). Sayak Bhattacharya is in charge of the cinematography, and Sidhant Mathur is in charge of the music for this series.
|Series Name||Jamtara Season 2|
|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|
With its true and raw production based on actual frauds, Jamtara season 1 was a pleasant surprise for the audience. The second season of Jamtara lives up to expectations and is just as engaging as the first. The phishing fraud and the people who orchestrated this crime with the aid of a local politician were the main plot points of the previous season. However, season 2 concentrates on the emotional side of the characters as well as the personal grievances of the key characters. With the addition of political drama, Season 2 appears to be more engaging. A few sequences from various episodes could seem monotonous, but season 2’s overall direction keeps us interested until the very final episode of this series.
Sparsh Shrivastav as Sunny, Anshumaan Pushkar as Rocky and Monika Panwar as Gudiya are all excellent actors who, like them in season 1, look very natural in their characters. One such performer who can put himself in any character’s shoes and give it his all is Amit Sial. As Brajesh Bhaan, he has once again excelled. In a small role, Seema Pahwa excels, while all the other performers successfully performed their assigned roles.
Jamtara Season 2 stands out technically. Even though the series was filmed in several stunning locales, director Sayak Bhattacharya was able to convey the series’ gloomy tone through his images. Another aspect of the series that will keep us interested in it is the background music, which was composed by Sidhant Mathur. Excellent production values.
Season 2 of the series, directed by Soumendra Padhi, has succeeded in maintaining the same suspense that keeps viewers watching because there aren’t many pointless characters and backstory additions that stray too far from the core plot.
Overall, Netflix’s Jamtara season 2 is another good viewing option. You should binge-watch this show because of its honest and realistic production.