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Breathe: Into The Shadows 2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan impresses but the show doesn’t, Naveen Kasturia shines

Breathe: Into The Shadows 2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan impresses but the show doesn’t, Naveen Kasturia shines

Name: Breathe: In the Shadows Season 2

director: Mayank Sharma

Throw: Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nitya Menon, Saiyami Kher, Naveen Kasturia

platform: amazon first video

Classification: 2/5


Taking the story from the previous season from director Mayank Sharma, Avinash Sabharwal (Abhishek Bachchan) continues to struggle with his dual identity in Breathe: Into the Shadow Season 2. When Avinash’s positive recovery prompts the doctors at the medical center, J (Abhishek Bachchan) Bachchan) resurrects to finish what he hadn’t done before and finish off the rest of Ravana’s head. However, this time he is not alone and is accompanied by Victor (Naveen Kasturia), who helps Avinash complete his unfinished business. This resurrection not only affects Avinash’s family, but also turns Kabir Sawant’s (Amit Sadh) life upside down. You can see what happens next in the show.

what heat?

Aside from the performances, the most fascinating part of Breathe: Into the Shadows Season 2 is the action sequences choreographed by Aijaz Gulab. They all have a unique style, with most of the places they set up, and they vary widely from each other. DOP (Director of Photography) S Bharatwa’s lens manages to bring the world of Breathe: Into the Shadow 2 to life on screen while staying true to the look and feel of a crime thriller genre. It is properly supported by the vision and design of production designer Rajeev M Punjabi, which helps to enhance the overall viewing experience of the show. Dhananjay Prajapati’s hair and makeup design is up to the task, and especially Abhishek’s J.

What is not?

Aside from a few twists and turns that take you by surprise, the overall narrative fails to captivate or excite. The story takes time to pick up the pace and maintains it for the first few episodes, while none of the dialogue makes an impact. Director Mayank Sharma along with his fellow writers Vikram Tuli, Arshad Syed, Priya Saggi and Abhijit Deshpande could have spent more time to make the script more enjoyable. The ending was expected. While music is an important element in the filming process, adding that necessary emotion to the narrative is extremely important, especially for crime dramas. Composer Karan Kulkarni’s music for Breathe: Into the Shadow Season 2 doesn’t quite accomplish the same thing.

Exhibition of

Although the story fails to impress, the performances do. Abhishek Bachchan gives an honest performance and stands out especially when he plays the role of Jay on screen. Amit Sadh, Nitya Menon and Saiyami Kher have remained as good as last season, although the star of this season is Naveen Kasturia. He shines every time he appears on screen, and seems to be in complete control of his work and endeavors as an artist. Mukesh Chhabra must be mentioned for this perfect casting.

last call

Overall, Breathe: Into the Shadows Season 2 had potential and brilliance, but it’s suffering due to the underwhelming and uninspired narrative.

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