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Gullak Season 3 – Web Series Review

Gullak Season 3 – Web Series Review

Gullak Season 3
Web Series Review & Rating

  • Released Date – 1 April 2022
  • Released Language – Hindi
  • Watch Time - 2 Hr 20 mins
  • Web Series Type – Drama, Thriller
  • Average User Rating – 3.5/5

Gullak Season 3 Web Series – Star Cast

Geetanjali Kulkarni, Vaibhav Raj Gupta, Harsh Maiar, Jameel Khan and Sunita Rajwar

Director: Palash Vaswani

Gullak Season 3 Web Series Story

The stories of the Hindustani Middle Class have been a huge hit on the small screen. From 'Hum Log' to 'Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki', the taste of the stories of the house to house has been changed by the Hindi-speaking audience. When OTT came, this taste also changed. 

There was tempering of dried red chilies on the roof and sometimes in series like 'Panchayat', sometimes 'Yeh Meri Family' and sometimes 'Gullak', these stories of the middle class were also seen a lot on OTT. Although people are eagerly waiting for the second season of the web series 'Panchayat', Sony Liv has no answer. 

He has released the third season of his popular web series 'Gullak' with five episodes. This time the story has moved beyond a bit of satirical humor and has reached the heart. The matter has become emotional. Annu Mishra has grown up. The responsibilities of the house are also seen on their shoulders, but this season of the series has brightened with the art of his younger brother Aman Mishra.

Gullak Season 3 Web Series Review:

The story of the third season of the web series 'Gullak' begins with Annu Mishra getting a job and his panchayat outside the temple. After getting a new job in the middle class, the aspirations of the boys who think of doing 'Ayyashiyan', are also flying in the same direction. 

But he does not say that 'loss, profit, life, death, success, failure, method hand'. So by catching this line of Tulsi Baba, Durgesh Singh has written five episodes of this series. The head of the household is Santosh Mishra, a chicken eater and a drinker. 

His wife Shanti Mishra's problems are the same as before. He has full faith in the story of Satyanarayan to remove all obstacles. Aman Mishra is upset that even after being the topper of the class, he is not being allowed to pursue further studies with his mind. 

Distant relatives bring their daughter in the middle. The story wanders here and there for a while, but by the end of the day, Annu Mishra's slippers come on her feet.

Review and Acting

The screenplay and dialogues written by Durgesh Singh have been corrected by Vidit Tripathi. Together, both the Kalamvirs have sown the story well. The victory of the director Palash Vaswani, who has cultivated the crop of stories on this, is that he has held the strings of all the characters in the story well and has given them as much relaxation as is needed. 

Many times it seems that the kite should not be cut from the surface, but the actors of the series keep the matter intact. The writing and direction team are the real heroes of this series. If Palash had paid attention to the mistakes of making Bhopal's STD code Muskaan Travels bus to Rudrapur, once a part of Uttar Pradesh, then the matter would have been more careful. 

But till now the color of the series is being built and he has kept it decorated in this season as well, this is his victory.

This time in the cast, the series is named after Annu Mishra, Vaibhav Raj Gupta. From the first episode to the last episode, Vaibhav has shown all the colors of his performance. This time it's not just the middle-class loafers. Now the elder son is the responsible for the house and from mother to father and younger brother Aman is always seen nearby. 

In the last episode of the series, seeing the door of the life of the head of the house coming out of his hands, the heartbreak that rises in his mind, which is seen on his face, then the viewer's cry hardly stops. And, Harsh Maier aka Aman Mishra did the second number job in the series. 

A senior schoolgirl he meets along the way may have a track on him in the next season, but Harsh continues to win hearts for as long as he can in the series.

The third season of the web series 'Gullak' sees the pairing of Jameel Khan and Geetanjali Kulkarni in supporting roles. The fight between the two continues. The crisis of running the household is still staring at them. 

More than Jameel Khan in his character Santosh Mishra, Shanti, the mistress of the house, has the status of Gitanjali. Sunita Rajwar has managed to work her magic again in the character of Padosan. 

Although in different episodes of the season, all the actors keep adding their characters to the performance, in the third episode, the effect of Ketki Kulkarni, seen in the role of agile, is different. Vishwanath Chatterjee was also brilliant in the role of Bade Babu.

All the disturbances in the series will knock the people of North India. There is no Havan in the story of Satyanarayana. And the story is also heard mostly on full moons only. The story of converting the Bhopal bus to the Rudrapur bus has already come up. The attempt to rhyme the dialogues of the reading with the background breaks in many places. 

The scene in the feet of the father's chappal son, without saying anything, expresses its emotion in a powerful way, but after explaining it in the voice-over later, its effect keeps going.

Technically, the team of the third season of the web series 'Gullak' has done a good job. Shiv Prakash has succeeded in making the camera the medium of the viewer's view, while Gaurav Gopal Jha's direction is absolutely accurate in terms of the content. He keeps the pace of the story tight and maintains the impact even in the slow-motion scenes. 

Anurag Saikia is praised for the music of the series. With his music, the color of the series is reflected in its dialogues and the North Indian culture shines. This series of Sony Liv is absolutely perfect for Binch Watch.

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