Jamtara Season 2 Series Review & Ratings

Jamtara 2 Series Review: Jamtara’s first season was released on the Netflix OTT platform without any expectations and became one of the most viewed Indian series released in 2020. After a 2-year hiatus, season 2 of this interesting modern drama series is available to stream on Netflix from now . Let’s go into the detailed season 2 review, to find out if this series is as interesting as season 1 and if it can be binge-watched on the Netflix app.

Season 2 Jamtara Series Review



Rocky still works for Brajesh Bhaan, the corrupt City politician, while Sunny is hospitalized with a broken leg. The young people of the city are trained to steal people’s money in the name of the lottery. Meanwhile, Gudiya, shocked by the incidents that occurred in her own life and Sunny’s life, decides to take sides against Brajesh Bhaan in politics. Situations get worse after you start the campaign.

Cast and crew

Jamtara Season 2 stars Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Anshumaan Pushkar, Aasif Khan, Monika Panwar, Seema Pahwa, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, Aatm Prakash Mishra. This series is directed by Soumendra Padhi and produced by Ajit Andhare (Tipping Point). The music for this series is composed by Sidhant Mathur and the photography is curated by Sayak Bhattacharya.

Name of the series Jamtara Season 2
Director Soumendra Padhi
writer Trishant Srivastava, Nishank Verma, Kanishka Singh Deo, Ashwiun Verman
Producer Gayatri Gulati, Anjali Bhushan, Soham Bhattacharya
Genre Crime, action, drama
Launch Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Anshumaan Pushkar, Aasif Khan, Monika Panwar, Seema Pahwa, Harshit Gupta, Rohit KP, Aatm Prakash Mishra
Music Sidhan Mathur


Jamtara’s first season was a surprise package and entertained audiences with its raw, real realization based on real life scams. Jamtara season 2 lives up to expectations and is made as interesting as season 1. In the previous season, the storyline was mainly based on the phishing scam and the people making this crime more organized with the help of a local politician. But season 2 focuses on the personal grudges of the main characters and also addresses the emotional side of the characters. The second season looks more interesting with the involvement of the political drama. A few scenes from different episodes might seem boring, but the overall execution of the second season keeps us busy until the last episode of this series.

While it comes to acting, Sparsh Shrivastav as Sunny, Anshumaan Pushkar as Rocky and Monika Panwar as Gudiya are just as brilliant as the first season and look very natural in the roles they appeared in. Amit Sial is one of these actors, who can put himself in the shoes of any character he is offered and give the best of himself. He has once again done a fantastic job as Brajesh Bhaan. Seema Pahwa shines in a limited role and all the other actors have done their part as well as required for the story.

Technically Jamtara Season 2 stands out. Although the series was shot in some beautiful locations, cinematographer Sayak Bhattacharya managed to create a dark atmosphere with the images of him. The background music composed by Sidhant Mathur is another element of the series that will keep us engaged in the series. Production values ​​are good.

Director Soumendra Padhi has managed to create the same thrill with season 2 that keeps audiences engaged in the show, as the series doesn’t have many deviations from the main storyline with unnecessary addition of characters and backstory.

Overall, Jamtara season 2 is another series worth watching available on Netflix. You can binge watch this series for its raw and realistic making.

Rating: 3.25 / 5

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