Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Bandish Bandits Webseries Review

Bandish Bandits Webseries Review

Webseries Name: Bandish Bandits

Director: Anand Tiwari

Producer: Still and Still Media Collective

Writer: Amritpal Singh Bindra & Lara Ahsan Chandni

Music: Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy

Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Ritwik Bhowmik, Shreya Chaudhry, Atul Kulkarni, Tridha Choudhury, Rahul Kumar, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Rajesh Tailang, Amit Mistry, Sheeba Chaddha

Bandish Bandits Webseries Review: It’s been a long time that conflict is going on between classical music and pop music. Through “Bandish Bandits” webseries we came to know that it is still a strong debate even today also.

After forcing many time Kabir (played by Rahul Kumar) was finally was able to convince Radhe (played by Ritwik Bhowmik) to go to a concert performed by pop star Tamanna (played by Shreya Chaudhry). On the very first sight Radhe was completely speechless with Tamanna’s performance as well as with her beauty. Tamanna has a manager Arghya (played by Kunaal Roy Kapur) to take care of all her concerts and events.

Radhe’s Grandfather Pandit Radhemohan Rathod (played by Naseeruddin Shah) is considered as one of the best classical singers. He teaches many students for the growth in classical music and Radhe was among one of them. His interest towards classical music grows deeper at the same time he got offer from Tamanna to sing with her in her pop songs.

When Radhe came to know about his father Rajendra’s (Rajesh Tailang) worse financial conditions he decided to collaborate with Tamanna and help his father financially. Bandish Bandits was given the name of the collaboration where pop and classical had joined their hands together. Also, his elder brother Devendra Rathod(played by Amit Mistry) had supported well throughout.

Just when things were going well then Panditji’s elder son Digvijay (played by Atul Kulkarni) appeared. Considering Panditji’s bad health condition Digvijay approaches Panditji about his willingness to take over his position but Panditji had other thoughts as he has decided to handover it to Radhe. Digvijay was raring to go to win the Sangeet Samrat Rathod competition, while Panditji was afraid after watching Radhe’s performance. He kept pushing Radhe to improve his performance and give Digvijay a tough fight.

He faced some issues regarding his hearing at the later stage of life which forced him to make Radhe as his permanent replacement. On the other hand Radhe was getting so much popularity working with Tamanna as a Mask Man. In between Panditji had fixed Radhe’s marriage with Sandhya (played by Tridha Choudhury). Radhe was completely unhappy with this and asked for help to Kabir and he found some ways but later Sandhya was forced to send the rejection to Panditji considering Radhe’s situation.

After coming to know about Radhe’s interest and involvement in pop music Panditji refuses to teach him which forced Radhe’s mother Mohini (played by Sheeba Chaddha) to take the responsibility and prepare Radhe for the “Sangeet Samrat Rathod” competition.

The climax was quite interesting where we have seen a great competition between Digvijay and Radhe for the “Sangeet Samrat Rathod”.

When two versatile actors appear in the same frame then we get a mind-blowing performance. That is what we have experienced in “Bandish Bandits” through the performances of Naseeruddin Shah and Atul Kulkarni. Ritwik Bhowmik and Shreya Chaudhry had given their best performances till date.

Rahul Kumar, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Rajesh Tailang, Amit Mistry & Sheeba Chaddha were also able to give some notable performances. We have rarely seen such a spectacular performances from all the crucial artists of a movie or webseries that we have experienced in “Bandish Bandits”.

This was the digital debut for the music trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and they were successful in delivering an outstanding soulful composition.

Overall “Bandish Bandits” was a musical journey which will leave your heart engaged in those soulful tunes for quite some time.

Bandish Bandits Webseries is streaming on Amazon Prime.

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