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Panchayat Season 2 Review: Light comedy, strong acting and interesting characters, is a perfect combination of ‘Panchayat 2’ – panchayat season 2 review in english

Actors: Jitendra Kumar, Nina Gupta, Raghubir Yadav, Chandan Roy, Faisal Malik, Sanvika
Director- Deepak Kumar Mishra
Series- Comedy, Drama
Rating – 3.5 / 5

The first season of the Panchayat web series was released at a time when the Corona epidemic was announced as a lockdown. People facing tough times loved this light and entertaining series. The characters of the series like Pradhan Pati, Abhishek Tripathi, Pradhanji as well as the people of Phulera village were somehow connected. It was hinted at the end of the series that the second part would come. Ever since then people have been eagerly awaiting the second part. Now that the second part of the series has been released, here we are telling you if your curiosity has not been in vain.

The story

After staying in Phulera village for months with many challenges, Abhishek Tripathi (Jitendra Kumar) has got into the habit of staying here. Abhishek Tripathi is now accustomed to the culture and lifestyle here. But still he is not completely happy. He is still preparing for the MBA exam. This season will also see tracks like Abhishek Tripathi’s relationship with the family of Pradhanji (Raghuveer Yadav), problems arising in the village, Matto Abhishek trying to solve it, etc. The series has a total of eight episodes.

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This series will once again take you to the life of Phulera village panchayat secretary Abhishek Tripathi, where he builds a house in his office, confronts the uneducated and angry people of the village, finds an assistant who does almost everything. Now anyone who has seen the first season of this series will definitely like to watch the second season. The second season has started from where the first season ended. There has been no major change in Phulera village. It was only in the first season that the people of Phulera village did not accept the change quickly.

The second season also has a glimpse of interesting characters and the everyday life of their village. The people of the village are unaware and far from all these factors like social media trends, global problems, national politics. They are busy with their own lives. The eight episodes are extremely simple and intuitive. Phulera is a village where even today the water source in government offices is handpump and when CCTV cameras are installed it is used to find lost goats and shoes.

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The text of the series is so precise and the characters are so interestingly crafted that you stick with it. You too can experience the struggle, the mood of Abhishek Tripathi. Comedy also seems real and instinctive. Abhishek Tripathi has done a wonderful job. He falls into his own character. Raghuveer Yadav in the role of Prime Minister and Nina Yadav in the role of Manju Devi are also jammed. You’ll love watching them on screen. Nina Gupta has got more screen space this time than in the first season. Chandan Roy has also played his role wonderfully.

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Panchayat 2 is a season that does not try to impose comedy or social messages on you. The storyline is very intuitive, one flow is moving and you are moving along with it.

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