Jamtara 2 Review: ‘Jamtara’ Season 2 Is Weak Compared To The First!

The first season of web series ‘Jamtara: Sabka Number Aayega’ was released in the year 2020. People liked this series based on true events of Jamtara in Jharkhand. Since online fraud and phishing scam incidents are directly related to people. It has become a matter of curiosity for people to know that his connection is with Jamtara. Because before that, information about it could only be found through newspapers. When this scattered information was presented in serial form, people connected directly with this true crime story. There was demand for a second season. Two years later, the second season was broadcast on Netflix.

In the second season of ‘Jamtara’, the story has been expanded from the first. This season has shown how crime and politics are juggled, how crime flourishes under the patronage of politicians, how crime gets political patronage. It has also been shown in this how the boys and girls of Jamtara carry out the phishing incidents through new tricks like scamming thousands of people from the country out of crores. In the new season, schoolchildren have also been included in the world of Gerayam. This organized crime is being carried out with them. This season will not only excite but also make everyone think.

Story of Jamtara Season 2

The story of ‘Jamtara Season 2’ picks up where the first season left off. Local MLA Brajesh Bhan (Amit Sial) is brought to the police station by the police accused of trying to rape Gudiya Mandal (Monica Panwar). But thanks to her influence, Brajesh catches Gudiya upside down and sends her to jail. In jail, Gudiya meets Ganga Devi (Seema Pahwa), the former CM of the state. Ganga convinces Gudiya to compete against Brajesh. Ganga is Brajesh’s aunt and his archenemy. Gudiya crouches in the polling field. Here the fishing work in Jamtara takes on a large size. Instead of 3-4 people, hundreds of people are engaged in this work. Gudiya’s husband Sunny (Sparsh Srivastava) is hospitalized due to a leg injury. After being released from jail, Gudiya brings him home from the hospital. She tells him about the elections.

Sunny first rejects Gudiya. But after explaining it later, she meets Ganga. Ganga asks him to organize the money. Sunny begins doing fishing work in a new way with the kids at school. In this way, she collects more than 20 lakhs and gives it for the election. Meanwhile, Gudiya is attacked. After that, her popularity grows rapidly, which makes Brajesh angry. On the other hand, the police catch his son and put him in jail. Her fishing job comes to a standstill. Here people who do phishing jobs get annoyed due to demonetization. Meanwhile, a new boy, Rinku, comes to Brajesh, whose talent gives him new hope. Rocky (Anshuman Pushkar) is still entangled in his love affair. But his political ambitions have not diminished. Now the question arises whether Gudiya will be able to defeat Brajesh Bhan in the elections. Why is Ganga helping Gudiya? What happens to Sunny and Rocky? Does phishing stop or not? To find out, you have to watch the web series.

Jamtara Season 2 Review

If counted in one line, the second season of the web series ‘Jamtara: Sabka Number Aayega’ is weaker than the first. The grip created through the story in the first season seems to be missing in the second. The detail of the story reduces its impact. Amit Sial hasn’t been as effective on the series’ strongest character, Bridesh Bhan, as Roopal. The inaction of the second character, Sunny, due to a bad leg, also reduces the interest of the story. Many new actors have been brought into the series, but only one character is remembered until the very last moment. That is Rinku, whose artist name is not known, but his unique performance is the most effective in the series. Seema Pahwa as Ganga Devi in ​​the new characters has not been able to leave the impact that she is known for. Sparsh Srivastava does not have much to do with the character of Sunny.

Anshuman Pushkar is as good as ever in character as Rocky, but his character has remained a sideline in the series. In the character of SP Dolly Sahu, Aksha Pardasani does not seem to be the right choice since the first season. An actress with a dominant image should have been cast instead of her. After Rinku, if any character has had the biggest impact, she belongs to Gudiya Mandal. The magic of her acting is visible from the first to the second season. Monica Panwar has done full justice to her character. Apart from this, Dibyendu Bhattacharya in the role of Inspector Biswa impresses in both the second and first seasons. Everyone is convinced of the easy and simple interpretation of it. As far as the story is concerned, more details have been given in this season. Along with the new characters, many small stories run parallel to the main story. That is why there is often confusion.

The dialogues of the web series are effective. For this Kanishk and Ashwin Varman deserve congratulations. “There was a time when there were thieves, now the time of thieves is gone, right now where are we going, they are the thieves of today”…”Jamtara: Sabka number will come”, “The country stays no money, not from the leader.” Dialogues like “So Chambal Tha, Ab Jamtara Hai” hide what is missing from the story. Director Soumendra Padhi hasn’t been able to make the second season as engaging as before, but it’s not that the series is bad. It will be a lot of fun if it is seen as a standalone series. If you compare both seasons, it’s a bit disappointing. Sayak Bhattacharya’s cinematography is excellent. In this political crime drama, he has also tried to show the natural beauty of Jharkhand through his camera. Overall, the second season of ‘Jamtara’ may not be the same as before, but it’s definitely worth watching.

iChowk.in Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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