Kota Factory Season 2 Review: Repeated, Yet Magical

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Kota Factory Season 2 Review: Some shows are iconic and no one can make those shows again, I am not saying that Kota Factory season 2 was bad, it was so good, but when we compare it from season 1, it looks a little down, I Just finished the series and here is the detailed review of Kota Factory Season 2.

The web series is created by TVF and season 2 is coming on Netflix. The season s of the series stars Mayur More, Jitendra Kumar, Ahsaas Channa, Urvi Singh, and Revathi Pillai in main lead roles. Season 2 also stars Vaibhav Thakkar as a new character, The season 2 is now available to watch on Netflix in Hindi audio along with the English subtitles. Let’s jump to the review.

Season 2 continued from where season 1 ended. Jeetu Bhaiya has left the Prodigy classes and he is planning to open his own Academy named AIMERS. Vaibhav has joined Maheshwari Classes and the rest of his friends are still in Prodigy. At his new rented apartment, he meets Shusrut. The story of season 2 revolves around all these things, Vaibhav and Vartika’s love story, Jeetu Bhaiya’s new plans and motivational talks with students, and the same cool dude image of Uday. Season 2 ends with some shocking turns and Jeetu bhaiya is in deep trouble, what was that and what happened in the end, to know this you have to watch the full series on Netflix.

Vaibhav Thakkar is the biggest highlight in season 2, we had already seen the old actors acting so brilliantly in season 1, but season 2 gives a surprise package as Shushrut played by Vaibhav Thakkar. He was too good in the series and his acting skills are mindblowing, he clearly has a great future ahead, he lives his character and many of the JEE aspirants are going to relate with him for sure.

Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, and Ehsaas Channa were great again in the series. Ranjan Raj’s characters in season 2 will shock you for sure, he is an all different man now, he falls in love, he has addictions and many more things. Jitendra Kumar as Jeetu Bhaiya was brilliant as always and this season is more about his story than the others, He goes through various mental states throughout the series and he nailed it in all. Sameer Saxena and Jyoti Gauba were also good in their respective short but very Impactful roles.

Honestly speaking, I Didn’t like the story much, the story was a repeat version of season 1 and TVF is not known for this, again I am not saying, it was bad, I am just saying that it was not of that level. Season 2 is more about Jeetu Bhaiya’s character and less about the JEE Aspirants. The episodes go very slow and there are too many predictable scenes throughout the series, Love sequences and dating sequences of Vaibhav and Vartika were not needed at all. There were the same old motivational lines by Jitendra Kumar which look old and outdated.

Now coming to the positives, The media coverage about the results was amazing, the result sequences in the series were the best among all and it shows the dark reality of Kota. The Juindice angle was amazing and almost every student faces that. The change in the character of Meena was too good and I liked it. Jeetu Bhaiya quitting Prodigy and opening his own coaching institute look very realistic and the locations and the sets were amazing as always. The music section of the series shines again and i liked the song’ Main Lad Lunga’ by Amit Trivedi.

I am going with 3 out of 5 stars for the series. The series is repeated in season 2, still, it is magical and the youth is going to love it for sure. If you have enjoyed season 1 of the Kota Factory, just go and tune to Kota Factory Season 2 on Netflix. The series is available to watch on Netflix for the subscribed members in Hindi audio along with the subtitles.

This was our’s Kota Factory Season 2 Review, what are your opinions about the series.? Please let us know in the comment section, for more news and updates, stay tuned with us.

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