Panchayat Season 3 Review
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Panchayat Season 3 Review

Panchayat Season 3 Review

 

Panchayat Season 3 Review

#Panchayat3 is a WINNER as it manages to keep its unique charm, blending rooted humor, entertainment, and raw emotions effectively. 


This season returns to Phulera, experimenting more with its storytelling. While it offers memorable moments, it doesn't quite pack the same punch as the previous seasons. This time, drama takes the center stage , which sometimes feels Chaotic & predictable, affecting its core simplicity.

The season picks up with Sachiv Ji in Delhi, preparing for the CAT exam but still thinking about Phulera. A new Panchayat secretary faces resistance from the villagers, with Brij Bhushan and Vikas scheming to keep him out. This leads to conflicts, but the news of the MLA's arrest and Abhishek's return to Phulera resolves the standoff.

Back in Phulera, Abhishek deals with new challenges, including political schemes and his growing feelings for Rinki. The season is filled with heartwarming scenes, like Prahlad struggling with his son's loss and an elderly woman's efforts to get a bigger house for her family. The screenplay also focuses on the village's internal conflicts and politics.

Despite these few issues, Panchayat 3 remains funny, characters like Binod and Madhav are Hilarious , these returning character from the first season also brings some comic relief. The show's witty dialogues, cinematography, and music enhance the storytelling. Manoj Tiwari's folk music adds a special highlight .

On Performances front , Faisal Malik shines as Prahlad, portraying his grief and resilience. Chandan Roy as Vikas and Jitendra Kumar as Sachiv Ji continue to impress Raghubir Yadav and Neena Gupta deliver stand out performances, as do the supporting cast members, each adding depth to the story.

Overall, while this season might leave some wanting more and shifts towards a more dramatic narrative but it maintains its original charm. It balances humor, entertainment, and emotional depth, promising more engaging stories in the future. Dekho Maza toh pakka aayga.