The much-awaited season 2 of the Amazon Prime Original Series Mirzapur dropped yesterday to orgasm dead souls in the society. Here’s what we thought.
The series that captured the imagination of Gangs of Wasseypur returns with more violence and more drama. After being criticized for its portrayal of women, the show will now see women doing badass things to prove a point. The show also serves well for the frustrated youth who is restricted from doing the violence but will definitely revere the violence on social media.
The background music, the cinematography, and the editing are top-notch. Maybe because the crew was well paid or because the review wants to seem like a technical one. Either way, Mirzapur season 2 perfectly embodies the true spirit of the Hindi heartland. Mirzapur Season 2, like the first season, might be marketed as the tourism video for the state of Uttar Pradesh.
“A random dialogue from Episode 6” that sums up the entire show. The show is successful in showing the true color of the Uttar Pradesh violence but the events shown are closer to reality than they appear. To balance the praises, a small poke at how the violence could have been reduced in the series but not in reality.
A lengthy paragraph of how good Pankaj Tripathi is. A number of adjectives and descriptions which Pankaj Tripathi himself would have heard umpteen number of times and yet the reviewer thinks he has invented it. The show will progressively get better as the episodes progress otherwise it would have been chopped off.
In the end, despite knowing this statement wouldn’t make a difference, we will point out both the negatives and positives and let the readers decide if they want to watch which they already have.
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