Avrodh Season 2 Review: Abir Chatterjee’s Remarkable OTT Debut | Newmoviereviews

Avrodh Season 2 Review: Solid performances and action sequences have made it a worth-watching

Avrodh Season 2 Director: Raj Acharya

Avrodh Season 2 Cast:

Abir Chatterjee, Vijay Krishna, Sanjay Suri, Ahana Kumra, Neeraj Kabi, Ananth Mahadevan, Rajesh Khattar, Mohan Agashe, Abhay Kulkarni, Jayashankar Tripathi, Vinta Joshi, Naveen Bawa

Avrodh Season 2 Release Date:

The Avrodh Season 2 comprising 9 episodes started streaming on SonyLiv on 24th June 2022.

Avrodh Season 2 Review: Story

The story of the Avrodh Season 2 web series is based on the chapter ‘Just tell me when to begin Sir’ from the book “India’s Most Fearless 2”.

Income tax officer, Pradeep Bhattacharya(Abir Chatterjee) is also the Captain of the Indian army at Uri and he considers the Indian Army as his first love. He has to report to two different bosses, Shailesh Malviya(Neeraj Kabi) the National Security Advisor & Gulati Sir(Naveen Bawa) at the Income Tax office.

Pradeep gets good support in the office from his assistant Sukhdev(Jayashankar Tripathi) whom he provides occasional lunch made by his wife, to get his required job done.

Captain Pradeep and Captain Imtiaz Ahmed (Vijay Krishna) of ATF (Anti-Terror Fund Transfer Force) found information that indicates the mastermind across the border Ehsaan Waziri (Sanjay Suri) is planning something bigger with the help of his loyal assistant Parveena (Ahana Kumra) to break India.

The rest of the story is about how Captain Pradeep and Captain Imtiaz successfully decode the plan to prevent Ehsaan Waziri from succeeding in his mission.

Avrodh Season 2 Review: Performances & Analysis

Abir Chatterjee, the versatile actor has already delivered some outstanding performances in Bengali movies and is mostly popular for his role as Byomkesh Bakshi.

He deserves a lot of appreciation for the way he handled various shades of his character in Avrodh Season 2. He is very much convincing as an Income tax officer, Pradeep Bhattacharya and his effort towards the role as the Captain in the Indian army was quite visible. Movie lovers would certainly love to see him in more such roles in the coming days.

While we are talking about performances we can’t deny Vijay Krishna’s effort as Captain Imtiaz Ahmed which was quite impressive. Sanjay Suri who delivered some noteworthy performances in earlier web series like Inside Edge, and Dev DD(seasons 1 & 2), did justice to his role in Avrodh Season 2.

If you have watched Ahana Kumra’s performances in web series like Marzi, Rangbaaz, and Forbidden Love and movies like Khuda Haafiz, and Lipstick under my burkha, then you will know how much effort she puts into each character. Avrodh Season 2 is no exception, her character as a loyal assistant Parveena was a praiseworthy one.

Other supporting cast members like Neeraj Kabi, Ananth Mahadevan, Rajesh Khattar, and Mohan Agashe also did complete justice to their respective roles.

Avrodh Season 2 Review: Final Words:

Avrodh season 1 had ticked almost all boxes starting from a great story, outstanding performance from Amit Sadh & the execution, everything made the series a must-watch for audiences.

Avrodh Season 2 was able to offer only a few solid performances and good action sequences, it mainly lacked the smartness of storytelling and execution in some parts.

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