Mirzapur season 3 reviews criticize the novelty and insist on more thrillers for season 4

Mirzapur season 3 reviews criticize the novelty and insist on more thrillers for season 4

Mirzapur season 3 reviews criticize the novelty and insist on more thrillers for season 4

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The newly launched Mirzapur season directed by Gurmeet Singh and Anand Iyer has portrayed its downfalls making it a big flop. Web series critics have shared their reasons as to why the next season has to be worked on in terms of several aspects. Mirzapur season 3 features Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal, Rasika Dugal, Shweta Tripathi Sharma, and others.

Primarily, season 1 was an entertaining production that portrayed the dominant contest by rival mob bosses in the drug and guns business versus local goon Guddu Pandit (Ali Fazal). The series demonstrated a spicy thriller and fierce goons, and the protagonists made the show entertaining.

Subsequently, Season 2 illustrated the Tripathi’s facing threats from all sides, enemies surrounded both at home and cunning outsiders. New characters maintain the brutal traits and cinematic elements of the show.

However, Season 3, written by Apurva Dhar and colleagues starts with lengthy episodes to give a gist of the characters. However, a successful thriller requires the show to have shock value yet, the third season is quite predictable and provides only deadly, brutal scenes.

Some of the characters also have limited screen time such as Rasika Dugal’s Beena Bhabhi, mostly occupied with handling the crying baby and not enough occasion to show us her wiles. On the other hand, political tones are minimized while season 1 had more of ‘UP Umeedon Ka Pradesh’ making it quite impactful.

Dialogues are less impactful and the absence of Kaleen Bhaiya and Divyendu loses the essence of the show. The overall rating given to the show is 2 out of 5. Therefore, a strong and promising season 4 has to be produced to bring back the vibe and hype amongst the audience.