Rudrabinar Obhishaap Review: Lacks the Magic Created By Tansener Tanpura | Newmoviereviews

Director: Joydeep Mukherjee

Music Director: Joy Sarkar

Rudrabinar Obhishaap Cast: 

Vikram Chatterjee, Rupsa Chatterjee, Ditipriya Roy, Sourav Das, Sreelekha Mitra, Sujan Mukherjee, Subhasish Mukherjee, Bhaskar Banerjee, Debshankar Haldar, Sudip Mukherjee

Rudrabinar Obhishaap Web Series

Release Date:

Part 1 comprising a total of 9 episodes started streaming on Hoichoi on 24th December 2021.

The much-awaited on-screen pair of Alap and Shruti is finally back after ruling audiences’ hearts with their solid performances in Tansener Tanpura. Let's have a look at how much this series and the pair were able to meet the audience’s expectations in Rudrabinar Obhishaap.

Rudrabinar Obhishaap (2021) Review: Story

The series begins by introducing us to Rag Sanjivani, a raga in Indian classical music created by Tansen that has the power to bring the dead back to life. The Domor community in Rudrapur is known for its musical talent, and those with exceptional abilities are chosen to be trained by Rudrabhairav and are called Naad. However, the show doesn't reveal much about the character Shaaj, played by Ditipriya Roy.

During Alap and Shruti's engagement, Alap's mother is abducted. Alap receives a call demanding that he find Rag Sanjivani if he wants his mother back. He begins his search for the raga without telling anyone about his mother's abduction.

Sourav Das delivers a nearly perfect performance as Naad, showcasing his character's brutality, love for Shaaj, and musical prowess. Vikram Chatterjee, despite a poorly written character, delivers an impressive performance. Ditipriya Roy, in her limited screen time, portrays Shaaj convincingly.

Sreelekha Mitra, Sujan Mukherjee, Subhasish Mukherjee, Bhaskar Banerjee, Debshankar Haldar, and Sudip Mukherjee all do justice to their respective characters.

However, the chemistry between Alap and Shruti, which was seen in the show's predecessor Tansener Tanpura, is lacking in Rudrabinar Obhishaap. Director Joydeep Mukherjee failed to utilize Rupsa Chatterjee's character Shruti, and the suspense and thrill fall short in Rudrabinar Obhishaap.

Despite its flaws, the music by Joy Sarkar and Vikram Chatterjee's outstanding performance remains the show's highlight. In conclusion, Rudrabinar Obhishaap may not live up to its predecessor, but it's worth watching for its musical elements and strong performances.

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