Avrodh Season 2 Review: The Much-Awaited Sequel Lives up to the Hype with its Gripping Narrative


Avrodh Season 2 Review Punchline: The predictable story has been moulded into a gripping narrative that keeps you on edge. Powerful performances from the actors have helped this sequel live up to the heights of season one.

Avrodh Season 2 Review Rating: 4/5


Cast: Abir Chatterjee, Mohan Agashe, Ananth Mahadevan, Aahana S Kumra, Sanjay Suri, Rajesh Khattar, Vijay Krishna, Amit Sadh, Darshan Kumar, Neeraj Kabi, Madhurima Tuli and Anil George

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Avrodh Season 2 Review: Abir Chatterjee Shines in his debut as a tenacious and intelligent army officer who helped uncover the outspread of fake currency notes. Picture Credit- SonyLiv

Director: Raj Acharya

Avrodh Season 2 Story: This latest web series from SonyLiv is a thriller that tells the story of the Indian army, income tax officers and intelligence who helped uncover the outspread of counterfeit notes before demonetisation took place.

Avrodh Season 2 looks at the journey of Captain Pradeep Bhattacharya, played by Anil Chatterjee. He goes against the terror forces to stop the crime that could have looted India. War against the militant activities in North-Eastern regions of India is also a prime focus of the web series.

Avrodh Season 2 Detailed Review:

Avrodh takes on the issue of counterfeiting currency notes in India before demonetisation by announced by the government of India. The series dives deep into the idea of terror organizations setting up one of the biggest financial scams in Indian history to finance their arms and weaponry.

Director Raj Acharya has skillfully brought out the wars that no one knew about. The battles that countless Indian soldiers fight behind the scenes to keep this nation going are one of the key features of this web series. Acharya has managed to raise the stakes and tension by introducing key fictional figures of high-profile decision-makers, including the Prime Minister.

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Picture Credit: SonyLiv

The unravelling of how a self-sustained economy was in the works by terror groups is done in a gripping manner. The narrative does not feel rushed and gives ample time to let things play out. Meanwhile, audiences have the chance to come up with their own theories about what may come next.

Abir Chatterjee is brilliant in his debut role as Captain Pradeep Bhattacharya. His character keeps the series flowing by being continuously on alert and looking out for ways to bring an end to the terror activities. The intelligence system shown in the show keeps you on the hook with its realistic premise.

Aahana Kumra, who plays a politician from Punjab, associates herself with the main antagonist Ehsaan Waziri played by Sanjay Suri. The dynamic between these two characters makes for an exciting and enthralling watch. Both have done fabulous jobs in their respective roles.

Overall the show is worth watching and highly recommended by us.


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