Karagar Part 2 Review: A Chanchal Chowdhury show

Karagar Part 2 Web Series Review: Story, Performances & Analysis

Syed Ahmed Shawki directorial mystery thriller Karagar Part 2 starring Chanchal Chowdhury, Intekhab Dinar, Tasnia Fareen, FS Nayeem, Jayanta Chattopadhyay, Afzal Hossain, Bijori Barkatullah, A K Azad Shetu, Mir Naufel Ashrafi Jisan, Shatabdi Waud, Tanvin Sweety, Partho Sheikh, Maeen Hasan, Ujjal Kabir Himu, Pavel Zaman, & Raunak Ripon premiered on 22nd December on Hoichoi.

The identity of the person at Cell No 145 has been revealed and he is a Canadian Historian David Taylor (Chanchal Choudhury). Now he is speaking regularly to Raju (Mir Naufel Ashrafi Jisan) who is a part of David’s plan but David is acting as a mute in front of others. The interpreter Baha (Tasnia Fareen) came to know that she had been fooled and used as a medium to help execute David’s plan. David and his team will help Baha find her real father.

Raju is communicating with a person in the jail named Murubbi (Jayanta Chattopadhyay) to assure him that they have a plan for him to escape from the jail. What is David’s plan? Why they are helping Murubbi? Will Baha be able to find her real father?

Chanchal Chowdhury’s performance is the only takeaway from Karagar Part 2. The series created the hype with part 1 but lost track from the beginning of part 2. The series began as an intense mystery thriller but ended as another revenge thriller.

There could have been so much done with Tasnia Fareen’s character but she had very limited screen time. Another character that did not receive any attention in Karagar part 2 was the character Aashfaq (FS Nayeem). The backstory of the antagonist is missing here which could have been a good addition to the script and the ending looked a bit abrupt and unconvincing.

Mir Naufel Ashrafi Jisan and Intekhab Dinar looked convincing. Bijori Barkatullah as Mushtaq Ahmed’s wife and A K Azad Shetu as Mushtaq Ahmed’s junior had nothing much to do in part 2. Director Syed Ahmed Shawki did not provide much focus on a few important characters and the lack of detailing of a few characters made things worse in Karagar part 2.

Whether we talk about the story, the execution, and the performances Karagar Part 1 looked far better in every aspect than Part 2. Season 1 kept the narrative at the same pace keeping the mystery alive throughout but season 2 failed there.

Final Words:

There were many questions unanswered in Karagar Part 1 and the excitement it created among audiences Part 2 failed to meet those expectations. Chanchal Chowdhury’s top-notch performance is enough to keep you hooked to your seats.


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