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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Mirzapur 2 review: Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal and others keep up with the ‘bhaukaal’

Before we get on to the Mirzapur 2 review, let’s catch you up on where it left. After the final episode, Guddu (Ali Fazal), Dimpy (Harshita Gaur), and Golu (Shweta Tripathi Sharma) take on a journey together, that of revenge. Meanwhile, Munna (Divyendu) and Kaleen Bhaiya (Pankaj Tripathi) have new problems to keep up with as far as their business is concerned. While a lot of the old daces are now gone, the new lot brings in a fresh vibe and new feel.

Mirzapur season 2 has been in the news for various reasons, even a boycott was called on Twitter. Ever since the trailer came out, fans have been waiting and it is now over. While there is so much more than the new season has to offer, you might feel a little lost in the first episode. None the less, it is the sheer reason that keeps you hooked to it, and that is what counts.

Before reading Mirzapur 2 review further, check the trailer here:

For starters, let’s give it to the makers for keeping up with the hype. With the right usage of humour, drama, and all the intense scenes, there is always something happening on screen. Among other things, we can’t miss out on how the female characters have shaped up.

There is almost nothing that seems to have gone wrong and this Mirzapur 2 review bears proof. However, the events leading up to the climax seem to be rather rushed, however, the ending saves the day around there. Meanwhile, the performances are an absolute treat since everyone had added a personal touch to their characters.

For starters, Divyendu and Pankaj are the clear winners of season 2 and the Mirzapur 2 review ought to celebrate it. Both of them have added more layers to the roles and it pans out amazingly. Meanwhile, Ali and Shweta are powerful characters and look good while they display trauma, pain, and more. The new additions in the form of Vijay Varma, Priyanshu and Isha make the show better and bigger. Talking about impactful female characters again, Rasika Dugal and Harshita Gaur deserve a mention.

Having said all of that, the question that now remains is how long are we waiting for season 3 now? With all the time that we have invested in season 2, we want more of this, and soon! The season is an absolute treat and promises everything that it set out for. What is your Mirzapur 2 review? Drop your comments below.

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