Farzi Review Prime Video: After the success of “The Family Man,” Raj and DK are back with a new crime thriller, “Farzi,” which is now streaming on Prime Video and revolves around the pricing of the Indian currency, which is explained in greater detail in this show.

Whereas in this article, I will review the show and try to clear up any confusion about whether it is worth watching over the weekend or if you should just skip all of the details that I will cover, given that the show has a large cast and some of the actors are making their television debuts.

Farzi’s story follows a man named Sunny, who is working with his grandfather, who published the independent newspaper, Kranti. He plans to bring revolution to the youngest, but due to the low sale of his newspaper, he is still in debt, which Sunny plans to recover by creating a fake note and more details, which we see in this show.

Following that, we see Sunny, with the assistance of Firoz, Sunny’s only loyal friend, assist him in the creation of fake currency, but the biggest twist is that there is already a note scam going on, which is being produced under the Mansoor, which a police officer named Michael is investigating.

The story of this series is unique, which we have not seen in any other series, while the first half of this show feels a little scratchy, the plot of the character is something we have already seen in many other series: the actor plays the role of the character perfectly, and they keep you sitting and watching more.

Ending ExplainedFarzi Ending Explained: What Happens In End? | Prime Video

Whereas the main points of this show are that each episode makes you want to watch the next episode to see what happens next, and the music and score that runs in the background are impactful and are composed by Sachin-Jigar, which makes this show more addictive, this show has also connected with another show that feels joyful, and we can expect crossover.

The cast of this show is perfect, and their characters have done a perfect job with the roles; especially, I like the acting of Key Menon and Vijay Sethupathi, while the ending of this show gives the perfect clue that season 2 is on the way.

  • Rating: 3.2/5
  • Parental Guidance: Only one kissing scene with a strong abusive word

This show is perfect to watch, and if you like crime thriller shows, this show is a must-see for you. Aside from the fact that it has perfect casting, fans of this genre are in for a treat, and this show makes you feel more connected with the audience.



An Engineer By Profession, Moviegeek By Passion. Been Watching and Reviewing Films and Shows From Last 7 Years. Action Movies are in my Blood and Covering the same from last 7 Years.

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