Anjali’s Jhansi Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Anjali’s Jhansi Web Series Review: A premiere of Anjali’s Jhansi may now be shown on Disney + Hostar. Despite the fact that this is Anjali’s first OTT series, she exuded an air of self-assurance throughout the show’s promotional materials. Many of the series’ most popular episodes feature action set pieces that have never been seen before in Anjali. Let’s go right into the meat of the review and see if it’s worth your time.

Anjali's Jhansi Web Series Review


The story centers on Jhansi (Anjali), a courageous young woman who fights to overcome her difficult upbringing. Even though she can’t remember anything, her enemies still pursue her and plot her death.

Cast & Crew

Anjali is the film’s protagonist, and she’s joined by a stellar cast that includes Mumaith Khan, Kalyan Master, Raj Arjun, Sharanya, and Samyuktha Hornad. Action scenes are directed by Yannick Ben of the Family Man web series and directed by Thiru and Arvind. R. Krishna’s company, Tribal Horse Entertainment, produced the shows.

Series Name Jhansi
Director Thiru
Music Director N/A
Producer R. Krishna
Genre Action
Cast Anjali, Mumaith Khan, Kalyan Master, Raj Arjun, Sharanya, and Samyuktha Hornad
Cinematography Arvind


I don’t think there have been any other Telugu action web series before Jhansi. It’s striking that the show opens with Jhansi trying to remember who she was before she lost her memories. Initially, this sequence captured our interest and took us into Jhansi’s world, but I don’t think viewers can remain there for long because the series’ lackluster narrative soon bores them.

Anjali is a fascinating creation, but the writers on the show have a lot of depth to work with that hasn’t been adequately shown. The performance would have been enhanced if she had taken better care of her layers. Fantastic action sequences in each episode will keep you captivated, but it can be challenging to keep interested if that’s all there is to it.

In each of the 10 episodes of this series, there are promising sequences, but ultimately, just a few of them pan out. The series’ biggest weakness is that the action tends to drag in the last episodes. Even Nevertheless, thanks must be expressed for the excellent execution of the action blocks.

In terms of acting, Chandni Chowdary’s part is little because she isn’t given much of an opportunity to shine; Adarsh’s character is incredibly one-dimensional; the rest of the ensemble did a good job, though. Anjali, who plays Jhansi, is layered and multifaceted, yet her emotional range is limited.

Though Thiru is a talented writer, he failed to fully engage his audience in several episodes.

In terms of production values, Jhansi excels; Aravind’s cinematography is great throughout the series, drawing viewers in with his framing and shot compositions; the background score, while competent, might be enhanced; and the rest of the technical crew did a fine job.

Plus Points:

  • Few episodes
  • Action


  • Routine Story
  • Predictable Screenplay
  • Lack emotions

Rating: 3/5

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