Parampara web Series Review: The first season of Parampara, which was released on Hotstar, captivated the Telugu audience. The second season is now available for streaming on the same platform. Jagapathi Babu, Sarath Kumar, and Naveen Chandra are among the cast members. Let’s take a deeper look at the show to see if it’s worthwhile to watch.
Naidu arrests Gopi at the end of Season 1 for knowing the truth about Rachana’s relationship with him. Suresh has decided to court Rachana because of her predicament. Gopi’s father, powerless in the face of his son’s ambitions, seeks to send Gopi back to his village to assist his uncle Naidu, but Gopi, fed up with his uncle’s unquestioned legacy as the leader, has other plans. Many scenarios are developed for the remainder of the story.
Cast & Crew
Jagapathi Babu plays the lead in the programme, with Sarath Kumar and Naveen Chandra playing supporting roles. Akanksha Singh, Ishaan, Naina Ganguly, and Divi Vadthya also appear. Arka Media produced the film, which was directed by Krishna Vijay and Vishwanath Arigela. Naresh Kumaran and SV Vishweswar are in charge of the music, while Tammiraju is in charge of the editing.
|Director||Krishna Vijay & Vishwanath Arigela|
|Music Director||Naresh Kumaran|
|Producer||Arka Media works|
|Genre||Political, Thriller, Drama|
|Cast||Jagapathi babu, Sarath Kumar, Naveen Chandra|
The first season’s emphasis on developing family politics, which was reminiscent of the Telugu super hit film Prasthanam, drew many admirers in. Despite the slow pace of the first season’s events, the audience felt forced to watch it all the way through. Season 2 has a slow-paced storyline in order to properly build the animosity between the individuals. This season’s character conflict, payoff, and everything else are in place.
Although Naveen Chandra and Jagapathi Babu performed admirably, we’ve seen similar characters before, and they may not be as exciting to see again. Sarath Kumar, like last season, is graceful and makes his mark as an actor in a few situations, but his voice dubbing is lackluster. Both Akanksha Singh and Ishaan were pleased with their roles.
The series is well-illustrated in each episode. The producers’ efforts ensured that the filmmakers’ budgets were adequately supported. The soundtrack to the series acted as a wonderful backdrop. Cinematographer SV Vishweswar captured high-quality photos. The show’s directors, Krishna Vijay and Vishwanath Arigela worked hard to keep viewers interested at all times.
Season 2 of Parampara is a worthwhile political drama that will keep you fascinated till the very end.