Charitraheen 3 Review: I was really excited for the third part of the series. And I was really impressed with Hoichoi’s last recent releases like Taqdeer, so I was expecting really big things.
But as they say, the expectation is the enemy of happiness. I was once again disappointed. What felt like should have been a solid hit, turned out to be a bummer.
The first two seasons of Charitraheen were really good and I liked every part of it. It had a solid story, good acting, an amazing cast, brilliant cinematography, and a mind-blowing screenplay.
But, the third part was the complete opposite of it. Other than the brilliant direction of Debaloy Bhattacharya there is nothing in this show.
Table of Contents
Review: Plot, Positives, and Negatives
Charitraheen 3 Plot
Charitraheen 3 Review: Charitraheen 3 story continues from the end of the second season. Satish is trying to move on from Kironmoyee but fails to do so.
Things change when he consults a psychiatrist named Rabeya, and the story starts from there.
Things turn full 360 from there as everything Satish believed turns out to be a lie and he starts questioning his whole sanity.
The plot like always was intriguing at first, but as you go deep down in the show, you will realize that it is kind of dumb.
The series is based on the novel by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay and Debaloy Bhattacharya has molded it in his own way.
And that might be the problem with the show. The show becomes so unrealistic so fast, that you can’t believe it.
There are so many plotholes that aren’t explained anywhere in the show. It is like it turned from a thriller web series to a daily soap and that is always bad.
When you have two brilliant seasons as a stepping stone to the finale, you have to deliver. I mean, all the pieces were in place, it was just a matter of how you will execute it and they did that badly.
Charitraheen 3 Review: Positives
Charitraheen 3 Review: There were some positives in the show nonetheless. First of all Debaloy Bhattacharya is an amazing director and he should be given more respect.
He has shot this series so well and beautifully that it becomes watchable at least. Every shot, every detail is brilliant.
He exactly knew where to focus and where not to. And the second thing that I loved in the show was Swastika Mukherjee.
I know her character Rebeya was the catalyst of everything I found wrong in the series. But no matter what she did it her job brilliantly.
Rebeca is a confusing written character with lots of plot holes, but Swastika made it work. You can see the pain in her eyes whenever there is a flashback scene.
Naina Ganguly as Kironmoyee also did a good job. She had a very limited amount of screen time and she excels at every part of it.
Charitraheen 3: Negatives
Charitraheen 3 Review: I have already talked about the negatives. There are lots of those. The plot holes, ungripping narrative, and pace of the story are very inconsistent no matter how you look at it.
They tried to end every episode with suspense and that was their failure. Unnecessarily inserting thrill or suspense into a scene that didn’t need it.
And when your main problem is with the narrative of the show, no matter how many sex scenes you want to insert. It won’t save the show.
You can either skip the show or watch it. It is solely your choice. If you have watched the first two seasons, you will watch it no matter what I say.
But you can skip it too and make peace with the ending of the second season. But, that is not how our mind works, right?
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