Jhansi Web Series Review & Ratings

Jhansi Web Series Review: Anjali’s Jhansi has finally arrived today on Disney + Hostar, however, this series marks Anjali’s debut on OTT and she looks super confident about the series during the series promotions, interestingly this series has many completely new action sequences for Anjali and that’s what grabbed the audience’s attention, well, without delay let’s move on to the in-depth review and find out if it’s worth it or not.




Jhansi (Anjali) is a brave girl who struggles with her bad past, unfortunately she has lost her memory, but her enemies persecute her to kill, however, she goes in search of knowing her past and killing her enemies, what is the its past is the crux of the story.

Cast and crew

Jhansi starring, Anjali as the main protagonist, and Mumaith Khan, Kalyan Master, Raj Arjun, Sharanya and Samyuktha Hornad are in key roles, while the series directed by Thiru and Arvind turns the camera and the famous web series of Family Man Yannick Ben will choreograph action sequences and the series produced by R. Krishna produced the series under the banner of Tribal Horse Entert

Name of the series Jhansi
Director Thiru
Music director N / A
Producer R. Krishna
Genre Action
Launch Anjali, Mumaith Khan, Master Kalyan, Raj Arjun, Sharanya and Samyuktha Hornad
Cinematography Arvindo


We rarely see action web series in telugu, I think Jhansi is the first action web series, let’s talk about the series, the series starts off pretty interesting with the protagonist losing his memory and Jhansi trying to remember his past but she failed to decipher the whole sequence intrigued us and takes us into Jhansi’s world but after a while, I don’t think audiences can still be in Jhansi’s world, they get bored with a flat script throughout the series, the series has failed in keeping the public attention as the way the series holds in the beginning.

The character of Anjali is designed in an interesting way but the cards deal with a lot of levels which is actually the main point of the series as all the levels were not presented correctly, if her levels had been treated well, the series would have could have been so much better, there are brilliant action blocks that keep you glued to the seat in every episode, but it’s very hard to keep attention with just the action.

10 episodes of this series partially involve you, each episode has its moments but few have worked well, the pace decreases as the series sails towards the end and this is the biggest drawback for the series. Despite the fact, this should be appreciated because the action blocks have been designed so well.

Speaking of the performances, Anjali, as Jhansi is partly good at her character and has many levels but failed to thrill but should appreciate her heavy stunts, Chandni Chowdary has a limited role as she doesn’t have a role to show the his performance, Adarsh’s character is so weak and the rest of the cast did well.

Thiru has good writing skills, but some parts of the series could have been written even better and some of it managed to engage the audience.

Technically, Jhansi is good, Aravind’s photography is good throughout the series as he engages us with his shots and compositions of the shoot and the background soundtrack could have been better and the rest of the technical team did well.

Plus points:


  • History of routine
  • Predictable script
  • Emotions are missing

Rating: 3/5

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