Mirzapur Season 3 Review: A Slow Burn with Explosive Payoffs

Mirzapur Season 3 Review


After the Tripathis lost their power in Purvanchal, Guddu and Golu are fighting hard to become the new leaders. They face many tough challenges. The big question is: How can they stop all the fighting and killing that keeps happening in the region?

Now in its third season, this highly anticipated and praised political thriller continues from where the last season ended. If you haven’t watched the first two seasons yet, I suggest watching them all at once to understand the intense rivalries and betrayals in Mirzapur, a town known for its cunning politics in Uttar Pradesh.

Mirzapur Season 3 Review: A Slow Burn with Explosive Payoffs

In the aftermath of Munna’s demise and Kaleen Bhaiyya’s grave injury, Mirzapur finds itself at a crossroads of power. With Munna’s absence, a void is left in the Tripathi empire, and new contenders swiftly move to claim influence. Sharad Shukla, seizing the opportunity presented by the vacuum of leadership, positions himself strategically to ascend to prominence, leveraging alliances and resources to solidify his position.

Meanwhile, Madhuri Yadav continues to wield considerable authority as the Chief Minister, navigating the intricate webs of politics and power in Uttar Pradesh. Her astute maneuvers and calculated decisions shape the unfolding narrative of Mirzapur’s political landscape, balancing alliances and rivalries to maintain her grip on authority.

Amidst these power struggles, Beena Tripathi grapples with her own challenges. Nursing both physical and emotional wounds from her tumultuous past with the Tripathi family, she now finds herself caring for her newborn child, whose father is none other than her unsettling father-in-law, Kaleen Bhaiyya. As she navigates the complexities of motherhood and her strained relationship with the Tripathis, Beena must confront her fears and vulnerabilities while safeguarding her newfound maternal responsibilities.

The dynamics in Mirzapur are in flux, with each character embroiled in a personal battle for survival and supremacy amidst the backdrop of relentless ambition, betrayal, and the relentless pursuit of power.

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The season unfolds slowly, but it’s truly the rise of the underdogs. While it may not capture the thrilling essence of its predecessors, it’s still a binge-worthy show. The chaotic plotlines, slow pacing, and introduction of new characters make it a mixed bag. Some viewers might find it too dragged out, but others will appreciate the intricate web of power struggles and personal vendettas.

Ultimately, Mirzapur Season 3 leaves you craving for more.


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