Web series: Mirzapur 2 Review
Starcast: Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal, Divyendu Sharma, Shweta Tripathi, Rasika Duggal, Vijay Verma
Director: Gurmeet Singh and Mihir Desai
Mirzapur 2’s (Mirzapur 2) impatiently waiting for people waiting yesterday ended a few hours before the appointed time. Prime Video surprised people by releasing around 9 pm on Thursday night. ‘Mirzapur 2’ story has a lot of ambush like the first season and before Diwali it also has fireworks of bullets, gunpowder and firearms. However, the story may seem a bit slow at times, especially in the first two episodes, but overall is more intense than the first season. One more thing, unlike the first season, women are not just sex objects in ‘Mirzapur 2’. In this part, the character of women is strong. Kaalin Bhaiya i.e. Pankaj Tripathi is once again doing amazing in his character. Divyendu Sharma, playing the role of Kaalin Bhaiya’s son Munna Tripathi, has also retained the hope he had in Mirzapur 2 in the first series as an arrogant and spoiled young man.
Now let’s talk about the plot. This time the story comes to us with more twist than last time. The story of ‘Mirzapur 2’ is not only about the king but also of his soldiers, queens and his loyalty. The story is very gripping and easy to understand like last time. Yes, there are some such scenes in the middle, which require patience while watching, then there will be some scenes which will leave your mouth wide open. Guddu Pandit and Golu Gupta, Munna Tripathi, Kalin Bhaiya’s wife Bina Tripathi and Sharad Shukla all appear to ambush anyone to get the throne of Mirzapur.
Ali Fazal aka Guddu Pandit with ‘Mirzapur Ki Gaddi’ has come to avenge the death of brother (Vikrant Messi) and wife and in this Shweta Tripathi i.e. Golu. Guddu is injured throughout the series and Golu is supporting him step by step. While both of them are preparing for their revenge, Divyendu Sharma i.e. Munna Tripathi is busy in proving himself ‘worthy’ just like last time. Kaalin Bhaiya (Pankaj Tripathi), who revived the series, is seen as a forced father-husband. While these old players are competing against each other in the race to ‘change’ and prove themselves ‘worthy’, the new entry is made by Ratishankar Shukla’s son Sharad Shukla, who fulfills his father’s dream by making Mirzapur his own Want to do Sharad is playing Anjum Sharma. The story of ‘Mirzapur 1’ was limited to Mirzapur and Jaunpur, but this time it has expanded to Lucknow and Siwan in Bihar. With the temper of politics, there will be some new twists and turns in the story, seeing that you will be forced to connect the story with real life.
One thing of ‘Mirzapur 2’, which makes it different from the previous one, is ‘Stree Shakti’. Last time, where the audience had missed the strong female characters, this time the show’s makers have taken care of it completely. Plenty of screentime has been shared with female characters. All the women in the story, whether it is Shweta Tripathi playing Golu Gupta, Rasika Duggal in Bina’s character, Harshita Gaur in Dimpy’s character or Isha Talwar in Madhuri’s character, are all stronger than last time. While Golu will be seen in the avatar of ‘Revolver Rani’, Bina, the daughter-in-law of the Tripathi family, responds to Babuji by putting her eyes in her eyes, not helpless and helpless.
Guddu Pandit and Golu talk to Bharat Tyagi, son of Dadda Tyagi of Siwan, Bihar, for the opium business and convince him. On the other hand, Ratishankar Shukla’s son Sharad Shukla arrives with Kalin Bhaiya and Munna Tripathi to avenge his father’s death. Sharad has to avenge his father’s death from Guddu, but also snatch Mirzapur from the Tripathis. Carpet Bhaiyya moves his son Munna Tripathi to the Chief Minister’s widow, Madhuri, in his desire to become a politician, moving from businessman and Bahubali. Kalina Bhaiya’s wife Bina Tripathi gives birth to a boy. Who is the father of that child, it is suspense.
Guddu’s father is struggling to save Mirzapur, smoldering and ruining in the heat of crime and getting justice for his son Bablu and daughter-in-law Sweety. IPS officer Maurya supports him in this. In the end, once again the battle of the throne of Mirzapur is confined between the carpet brother and Guddu Pandit. Bina secretly accompanies Guddu and Golu against her husband and step-son Munna. What is their interest in this and what happens to Munna Tripathi and Sharad Shukla, you have to see Mirzapur 2 to know the answer to these questions. We do not want to spoil your fun by telling the climax of the story.
Amazing Factors of Series
The most amazing and secret character of the series is Robin aka Radheshyam Aggarwal. Radheshyam is an all-rounder, but sees an investment business by profession who falls in love with Guddu Pandit’s sister Dimpy and wants to marry her. This is the only character who is making this entire black and white series colorful. Priyanshu Panuli, playing the character of Robin, is seen doing justice to her character and her secret personality keeps the audience tied throughout the season. At the end of the series Munna Tripathi’s love and support for his wife wins the heart. Munna’s, ‘What does a man want in life? A fellow and respected ‘like Doyle C lives on in his character.
Who and why should not see Mirzapur?
If you like watching the light series, then you might not like it. In the initial two episodes, the bloodshed shown on the screen may make you sit down.
In terms of language, like Mirzapur-1, it also has a lot of abuses. If you are outside Uttar Pradesh or Bihar or belong to a non-Hindi belt region, then you may face some difficulty in understanding the language somewhere. Even if you do not like suspense in cinema, this series is not for you.
Where is Mirzapur-2 weak
The story of the initial two episodes runs so slow that it can bore you for a moment. You have to brace yourself for at least two episodes. Yes, after this as the new characters come into the story, the story starts to look as powerful. The storyline of Dadda Tyagi definitely amazes you in the beginning, but his part is over by the end. Dadda’s character is seen as a minor. This attempt may have been made to add the Bihar factor.