Sunday, August 9, 2020

Avrodh: The Siege Within Webseries Review

Avrodh: The Siege Within Webseries Review

Webseries Name: Avrodh: The Siege Within

Director: Raj Acharya

Producer: Sameer Nair, Deepak Segal, Falguni Patel, Samar Khan

Cast: Amit Sadh , Neeraj Kabi, Darshan Kumaar, Vikram Gokhale, Madhurima Tuli

Major Bikramjeet Kanwarpal, Praveena Deshpande, Anant Mahadevan, Anil George, Arif Zakaria

Avrodh: The Siege Within Webseries Review: 

The story of Avrodh webseries is about the 2016 Uri surgical strike. We have already watched a movie named Uri: The Surgical Strike on this story. The lead role in that movie was played by the brilliant Vicky Kaushal. Here we will revisit the detailed story of that surgical strike in Avrodh.

This was certainly one of the historic and most memorable triumphs India had over the rival country. The main story was based on one of the chapters from Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh’s book “India’s Most Fearless”. Patriotism related movies and series give us Goosebumps and those suspense moments kept us hooked to our seats.

Darshan Kumaar as Major Goutam has delivered a notable performance in the earlier episodes of the series. Just when we were feeling that the story needs someone to make it a gripping one then Major Videep Singh played by Amit Sadh appeared.

It was a little bit late though almost after 4th episode. But his screen presence was so good that once he enters the story started to look a bit more alive. He is certainly geared up after his previous appearance in Breathe 2 which received lots of praises.

After the online meeting with PM of India played by Vikram Gokhale, Major Videep Singh was given the green signal to go ahead with the mission of surgical strike. He has fixed some names to prepare a strong team who can make the mission successful.

We have seen Neeraj Kabi delivering some top class performances in his previous roles especially in “Patal Lok” & “Sacred Games” webseries. Avrodh gets a boost from his impactful acting. His role of a National Security Advisor makes the story look so intriguing.

Madhurima Tuli was quite impressive as the fearless Journalist Namrata Joshi who is always in hunt for the truth. She came so close to get the information about the surgical strike from her reliable source. Started her journey as a Journalist and at the climax we saw her publishing her own book “India Strikes 10 Days”.

Praveena Deshpande, Vikram Gokhale, Anant Mahadevan, & Major Bikramjeet Kanwarpal have made their presence felt with the few scenes they had in the story. Arif Zakaria did a good job as an officer from National Investigating Agency. He was impressive from the very first scene where he enters the Army Base Camp in Uri to investigate how the rivals attacked at the camp.

Anil George as Abu Hafiz was tried well in the lead negative role. He was speaking in Kashmiri language which makes sometimes difficult to understand the meaning.

Avrodh was certainly not a high on spirit type webseries but it was successful on giving us a clear picture of how they made the surgical strike mission successful. This is where the Director Raj Acharya shows his brilliance. You will rarely find any emotional connection here like “URI: The Surgical Strike” movie. But overall Avrodh is a worth watching.

Avrodh webseries is streaming on Sony LIV.

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