Taaza Khabar Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Taaza Khabar Review: Bhuvan Bham became famous with BB ki Vines, and now he is one of the most successful YouTubers and influencers. His success is a source of motivation for many people who want to be like him. But he got his start as an actor with the show “Taaza Khabar.” Since it was announced, fans of Bhuvan Bham have been looking forward to the show and waiting for it to come out. Now the time has come. The first episode of Taaza Khabar finally aired on Disney+Hotstar today, January 6, 2023. Let us know if the show is worth watching or not.


Taaza Khabar Review


Vasan Gawde (Bhuvan Bham) is a middle-class guy who works at “Shauchalaya.” He wants to be rich and always pushes himself to reach his goal. He starts crypto trading to become rich overnight, but his life takes a turn for the worse when he gets caught in a money laundering case. And finally, how does he get out of this mess? Will he get wealthy? should watch in the series.

Cast & Crew

Taaza Khabar stars Bhuvan Bam plays the main role, and Shriya Pilgaonkar, Shilpa Shukla, JD. Chakravarthy, and others also appear in the show. The series is made by Abbas Dalal and Hussain Dalal, and Himank Gaur is in charge of it. Remy Dalai is in charge of the camera work, and Jarvis Menezes and Saurabh Lokhande did the background work. Rohith Raj and Bhuvan Bam of BBKV Productions are in charge of making the show, and Disney+Hotstar is behind it.

Series Name Taaza Khabar
Director Himank Gaur
Music Director Jarvis Menezes & Saurabh Lokhande
Producer Rohith Raj and Bhuvan Bam
Genre Crime, Action Drama
Cast Bhuvan Bam, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Shilpa Shukla, and JD. Chakravarthy
Editor Harshit Sharma


We’ve seen a lot of movies where the main character was poor but had big dreams, and what he did to make those dreams come true. The most recent one was Gully Boy. The story is similar, but how it’s told is important. The Taaza Khabar series doesn’t tell a new story, but it does have all the things that make young and middle-class people alike. But the first two episodes aren’t very interesting, but we get to know all the characters and learn about the story.

The drama gets more interesting when Vasant starts using his superpower, which he calls “Crypto” trading. Where he lives, no one knows what “crypto” is, and scenes about it make us laugh for a while. But when he decides to learn more about it, he gets caught in a money laundering case, which makes the series much more interesting. Even though we aren’t very interested in the show, we watch it all because of its grimy, dark premise and its focus on poverty.

This six-episode action-drama has everything it needs, but each episode goes up and down, and the lack of cliffhangers didn’t make people want to watch the next one. Even though you can binge-watch the series if you skip a few parts.

In his first role, Bhuvan Bham did a great job as Vasant Gawde, a middle-class guy who has big dreams. JD Chakravarthy did a good job, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Shilpa Shukla did well, and the rest of the cast did well, too.

Technically, Taaza Khabar is good. Remy Dalai’s gritty and dark visuals pull you into the world of Taaza Khabar and make you feel like you belong there. Jarvis Menezes and Saurabh Lokhande did a good job with the background score, and the rest of the technical team did their best.

Himank Gaur did a good job, but the story could have been told more clearly. His main point isn’t new, but he keeps us interested by talking about things like poverty, their desire to get rich, and what led them to live that way.

Overall, you should watch Taaza Khabar for a few reasons.

Plus Points:

  • Screenplay
  • Dialogues
  • Performances

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Story
  • Slow Paced

Rating: 3/5

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