‘Kota Factory 3’ On Netflix Review : Jeetu Bhaiya Maintain His Calm State of Mind with Adorable Control,Jeetendra Kumar Finally Finds “Jeevan Ka Satya”,Fans Says Adorable !

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Kota Factory Season 3: Vaibhav, Balmukund Meena and Uday Gupta, as thick of thieves, navigate the highly competitive the IIT coaching ecosystem, personal crises and their romantic (or, in one case, platonic) liaisons with Vartika, Shivangi and Meenal.

After delivering two seasons that sparked important social media conversations, TVF’s ‘Kota Factory’ is back with its third season. The second season was aired in 2021. So naturally, fans of this Jitendra Kumar starrer were waiting with bated breath for the third season. TVF upped the ante by dropping the trailer of ‘Kota Factory 3’ earlier this month. The powerful trailer gave fans a hint of what this season holds. ‘Kota Factory 3’ is now available to stream on Netflix. In case you are planning to start your weekend binge by watching ‘Kota Factory 3’, then here’s all that you need to know about this series.

Story :

Directed by Pratish Mehta, ‘Kota Factory 3’ opens exactly where the second season had ended. The students – Vaibhav Pandey, Balmukund Meena, and Uday Gupta (played by Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, and Alam Khan respectively) – are now in the final leg of their IIT preparation. The students are leaving no stone unturned as they prepare for their board exams and JEE Mains. During this preparation, they face several challenges. One of their classmates dies by suicide, they are crumbling under pressure, Meena faces financial issues, Vaibhav deals with jealousy, and Uday ends up breaking his leg as he meets with an accident while drinking and driving his scooter on the roads of Kota.

Amidst this, the season takes a closer look at Jeetu Bhaiya (played by Jitendra Kumar) who is visibly affected by the death of his student. He decides to take therapy to deal with his issues. At AIMERS, they are at a shortage of teachers. The third season takes a closer look at the lives of the students and Jeetu Bhaiya as they deal with their problems. Is Jeetu Bhaiya finally able to manage his stress? Do the students finally clear their JEE Advanced and NEET exams? Does their friendship stand the test of time? ‘Kota Factory 3’ deals with these themes and keeps you glued till the very end.

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Kota Factory 3 Performance :

It was refreshing to see how Jeetu Bhaiya’s character was explored this season. His character was more humanized, and his larger-than-God image was shunned to make him look more like a person and less like a demigod entity. With this treatment, Jitendra Kumar was able to deliver a powerful performance which was not the case with the former seasons. The actor showed his full range of emotions as he explored being vulnerable on the screen for once.

His performance was beautifully complimented by Tillotama Shome who played Pooja Didi. It was refreshing to see Shome perform a different role than she usually does and seeing her excel at it only confirmed her acting prowess. Her screen presence is subtle but commanding. It’s difficult to tear your eyes away from her. Honestly, I felt that she was underutilized but that can be blamed on the fact that she was introduced this season, and her character was not given anything substantial.

Mayur Moore as Vaibhav Pandey delivers a bearable performance this season. The part where he stuck out like a sore thumb was when he tried to pull a Kartik Aaryan and deliver a raging monologue. That part simply undid all the good he had done in the former episodes. However, he redeems himself in the final episode where he shows his range as he breaks down.

Alam Khan as Uday Gupta delivers a satisfactory performance. The only part where he shone was in the hospital scenes where he was humanized and not reduced to a comic character.

Kota Factory 3: Cast & Crew

Director : Pratish Mehta

Writer: Punnet Batra, Pravin Yadav, Nikita Lalwani, Manish Chandwani

Cast: Jitendra Kumar, Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Revathi Pillai, Urvi Singh, Ahsaas Channa, Tillotama Shome

Available On: Netflix (43-62 minutes each)

Duration: 5 episodes

Languages: Hindi

Is This Movie is Good For Kids ? :

‘Kota Factory 3’ delivers an excellent screenplay. The performances by Jitendra Kumar, Ranjan Raj, and Tillotama Shome infuse a layer of humanness into the show. But despite it all, I cannot look past the fact that the show continues to be preachy and glamourizes a rat race rather than delivering a hard-hitting narrative. The show is saved by these performances and the technical aspects. I am going with 2.6 stars.

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