Tripling Season 3 Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Tripling Season 3 Review: With Tripling Season 3, TVF is back to take us on a rollercoaster journey. Season 2 was underwhelming, but this time seems like they are going to rock as the teaser upped the expectations. The series was released on October 21st, so let’s delve into the review to see if season 3 will satisfy or not.


Tripling Season 3 Review


The third season of Tripling told the tale of Chandan, Chanchal, and Chitwan, who were horrified to learn of their parents’ divorce. Will their final excursion together persuade their parents to change their minds and save the family, though?

Cast & Crew

Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, Amol Parashar, Kumud Mishra, Shernaz Patel, and Kunaal Roy Kapur are among the cast members of the show. Saksham Arora is the season’s director, and Arunabh Kumar is the producer. The series’ cinematographer is Kunal Hassanandani, and its editor is Siddhant Pandagale.

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 is more about siblings bonding, from season to season three they focused on siblings bonding, how far they can go to hold their bonding, and season 1 was well received but season 2 was disappointed with the thin storyline but now season 3 seems to be going to win many hearts as the story remains the same as the previous series. TVF never disappoints with its content as its content is more rooted in middle-class lives and that was the major reason to relate more audience, where Tripling is more about siblings bonding.

After learning the shocking news of their parents’ separation, the trio tries to convince them to reconsider their decision, which has generated a lot of fun in the early episodes. Later, the pace dips in a few episodes, but once the trio decided to go on one last adventure trip, it gets interesting and that entire adventurous ride makes laugh, cry, and realize.

Even though it’s difficult to binge-watch this plodding drama, we can easily skip certain episodes because the show contains genuine humor that we can relate to in our everyday lives.

The performances of Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, Amol Parashar, and Kumud Mishra, as well as the rest of the ensemble, were excellent and gave the series a very realistic appearance.

As the subtle depth of parents’ separation and how it will influence a family is written fairly well by Sumeet Vyas and Abbas Dalal this season, and Neeraj Udhwani directs so well that he makes us sympathize to all the characters.

The rest of the technical team did a wonderful job, and cinematographer Kunal Hassanandani deserves praise for how nicely the adventure trip segment of the movie was shot.

Overall, Tripling Season 3 is a joyride that also contains some suffering.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Performances
  • Cinematography
  • Music

Minus Points:

  •  Draggy scenes

Rating: 3/5

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