In one scene Jeetu Bhaiya says to his student- “IIT should not even be a dream of you guys. Dreams are dreamed, aims are achieved.. If you speak aim, things will seem doable..” Solving the difficulties of the students in this season. Along with this, Jeetu Bhaiya is also seen giving the test of life. Leaving the old coaching class, he is starting his own coaching institute. Whereas in season 1, we were filled with identities of all the characters, in the new season the writers delve deeper into the same characters and their situation.
The ‘Kota Factory’ begins with smoke coming out of the chimney of the factory. Students from all over the country are spending their day and night in the coaching ie ‘Factory’ of Kota city to prepare for XI-XII classes as well as IIT. Vaibhav, who has reached Maheshwari Classes, has enthusiasm and positivity in his mind, but in the midst of heavy competition, he continues to face different difficulties. Maheshwari’s orientation Maheshwari Sir (Sameer Saxena) says to the students in the hall during the class- “Where will you reach in your life, how big will you have a house, what a beautiful girl you will marry, your children will go to Europe on holidays or your maternal grandmother.” Whether you will drive your SUV or sedan..all this will be decided by this exam.”
Meanwhile, the friendship of Vaibhav, Vartika, Uday, Meena, Shivangi continues. While the show glorifies the value of hard work, it also talks about the mental health of the students in its own way. It is not talking about changing the education system here, but makes us face the bitter reality. Kota Factory does not give you the knowledge of what is right and what is wrong. But what allows you to question yourself is what will bring you real happiness and how to test your abilities.
Director Raghav Subbu along with cinematographer Sridutt Namjoshi brings out Kota as a character. Almost every scene in the story is woven with emotion and humour. In this series, there has been a lot of focus especially on the character of Jeetu Bhaiya. Perhaps this would have been done considering the popularity of this character in the first season. However, there is a connection with each character of this series, due to which you laugh with them, get emotional, feel tension with them. What kind of mental, psychological, social problems students are facing while preparing for IIT, it is also shown, although it is not novelty.
This time the responsibility of the show rests on Jeetu Bhaiya’s shoulders and Jitendra Kumar has been completely successful in lifting him up and looks impressive as a teacher. He has retained the gesture in his character in the first season as well. At the same time, Ranjan Raj in the character of Meena is the life of the series. He has a different style of character, which he has kept a tremendous hold. Mayur More, Alam Khan, Ahsaas Channa, Revathi Pillai have also done full justice to their characters. At the same time, Sameer Saxena appeared in the character of Maheshwari sir for a few minutes, but was successful in leaving an impression.
In 5 episodes, Raghav Subbu has summed up the plot very efficiently. At the same time, apart from the story and the acting, what attracts the series is the background music, which gives depth to its characters. The dialogues of the series win hearts, written by Abhishek Yadav, Puneet Batra, Manoj Kalwani and Sourav Khanna. Cinematographer Sridutt Namjoshi has done a commendable job. From coaching classes, hostels, streets of Kota to the expressions of every character… they have captured it beautifully in their cameras.
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The fans of Kota Factory are also going to like its sequel very much. There are very few shows whose sequels live up to the expectations of the audience. Yes, Kota Factory has some flaws, the story gets slow and distracting at times, but the characters are solid enough to keep you hooked. In the name of education system, what is the state of mind the students go through in the midst of the business and competition going on in the country, and in such a situation, if someone can find them understanding.. then what happens; This is best shown in ‘Kota Factory’. 3.5 stars to ‘Kota Factory’ Season 2 from Filmbeat.
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