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Jee Karda Episode 1: Recap, Review & Explained | Amazon Prime

Jee Karda Episode 1: Amazon Prime Video web series “Jee Karda” is now streaming on Prime Video with 8 episodes. Each episode is around 30 minutes long. Here goes the episode-wise review and recap of the show.

Here goes the Episode 1 review, recap, and ending explanation of the show.

The story of the show starts in 2006, where we get to see that all the kids were at a ‘Mela’ and they go to a Tarot card reader who tells them about their future. The story then shifts to the present time, where we see Lavanya and Rishabh attending the 5th wedding anniversary of Sameer and Sheetal.

After having 2-3 drinks, Rishabh proposes to Lavanya and she accepts the proposal too. The next morning, Lavanya regrets her decision as she is not ready for the marriage but didn’t tell this to Rishabh.

We also get to see some more characters in the show, like Shahid (played by Hussain Dala) and Preet (played by Anya Singh). Shahid and Anya work in the same school. We also get to know about a character named Arjun (played by Ashim Gulati) who is friends with everyone and is a social media influencer.

In between all this, we get to see that Arjun live streams his private moments and it goes viral on social media. In the next scene, we see that Sheetal is unhappy due to issues in the house. Sheetal and Sameer are living in the living room of the flat, and that’s why they are not able to spend any quality time with each other. On the other hand, we see Lavanya and Rishabh spending quality time with each other, and episode 1 ends here.

Now coming to my opinion about Episode 1, honestly speaking, it was not as entertaining as I thought. The story starts very slowly, and it looks like it is going nowhere. Episode 1 was all about character building, and let’s see what the upcoming episodes of the show have for us. I am going with 2 out of 5 stars for the Episode 1 of the show.



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