Rocket Boys 2 Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Rocket Boys 2 Review: Rocket Boys is one of the most popular historical dramas. It is based on real events that happened in India a few years ago. People liked the first season of this show because it was made in a unique way and told stories in an honest way.

Rocket Boys 2 Review

The second season is finally done and can be watched on the Sony Liv OTT platform starting today. The season 2 trailer looks more interesting than the season 1 trailer. Let’s look at a detailed review of this new season to see if it’s as good as the first.


Rocket Boys 2 is about the early years of India’s independence when the country was still getting used to being on its own. At the time, there was a lot of political conflict and power changes, and international agencies were keeping a close eye on India’s goals. It tells the story of the lives and times of Dr. Homi J. Bhabha, Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, and Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam as they try to make India a nuclear nation.

Cast & Crew

Jim Sarbh, Ishwak Singh, Regina Cassandra, Saba Azad, Rajit Kapur, T.M. Karthik, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Namit Das, Arjun Radhakrishnan, K.C. Shankar, Neha Chauhan, Rajeev Kachroo, Darious Shroff, Mark Bennington, R. Bhakti Klein, Charu Shanker, and Rahul Dey Shetty comprise the Rocket Boys

Abhay Pannu directs Rocket Boys, which is produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur, Monisha Advani, and Madhu Bhojwani of Roy Kapur Films and Emmay Entertainment. This series’ music was created by Achint Thakkar, and Harshvir Oberoi was responsible for the cinematography.

Series NameRocket Boys (Season 2)
DirectorAbhay Pannu
Music DirectorAchint Thakkar
ProducerSiddharth Roy Kapur, Monisha Advani & Madhu Bhojwani
GenreHistory, Drama
CastJim Sarbh, Ishwak Singh, Regina Cassandra, Saba Azad and others
Cinematography Harshvir Oberai


If a television series or film is based on real-life events, the creators must collect a great deal of information before putting it on screen, as certain situations may cause anxiety among a portion of the audience. In the case of Rocket Boys, however, there are no such offensive scenes. It is based solely on the lives of two renowned scientists from Indian history who made significant contributions to Indian scientific study.

Slowly and methodically, the plot of the series develops. Despite the fact that some viewers may find the narration unappealing, this series will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on viewers with its authentic production and captivating storytelling in each episode. Each episode of the second season was directed in an intelligent manner, as evidenced by the fact that the majority of the season’s plot has been revealed in the trailer.

In terms of dramatic performances, Jim Sarbh’s portrayal of Homi Bhabha is outstanding, and his delivery of the line is a joy to behold. Ishwak Singh’s portrayal as Vikram Sarabhai was equally impressive. All of the actors, including Regina Cassandra, Saba Azad, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Namit Das, and Arjun Radhakrishnan, performed admirably.

Rocket Boys 2 is technically sound. Like with the majority of drama-based shows, the music of this series appears to be of little importance, and Achint Thakkar did an adequate job throughout. Harshvir Oberai’s cinematography is one of the primary features of the series; his images will give us the impression that we are watching a Hollywood series. The art department and costuming department deserve a standing ovation for portraying the prehistoric era.

Filmmaker Abhay Pannu once again succeeds in presenting the story in a manner that makes it simple for the entire audience to comprehend the history.

Overall, Rocket Boys season 2 is another excellent and captivating show that everyone must watch.

Plus Points:

  • Cinematography
  • Performances
  • Making

Minus Points:

  • Lengthy episodes

Rating: 3.25/5

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