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MAHARANI

Subhash Kapoor has developed a 2021 Indian-Indian TV streaming drama series. Karan Sharma is responsible for the series. Together with Sohum Shah, Amit Sial, Kani Kusruti, and Inaamulhaq, this series will play Huma Qureshi as the main character.

Rated – 3.4/5 stars

Duration – Ten Episodes

Cast 

  • Huma Qureshi as Rani Bharti, wife of Bihar’s chief minister Bheema
  • Sohum Shah as Bihar’s chief minister Bheema Bharti
  • Amit Sial as Navin Kumar
  • Pramod Pathak as Satyendranath Mishra
  • Kani Kusruti as Kaveri Sridharan, Rani’s secretary
  • Inaamulhaq as Parvez Alam
  • Vineet Kumar as Gauri Shankar Pandey
  • Tanu Vidyarthi as Khyati

Review 

Maharani is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language drama streaming television series developed by Subhash Kapoor. Karan Sharma is in charge of the series. Together with Sohum Shah, Amit Sial, Kani Kusruti, and Inaamulhaq, Huma Qureshi was the protagonist in his series. On the other hand, Lalu Prasad Yadav and his housewife Rabri Devi are nothing in the multi-seasons political series. On 9 April 2021, the web series Teaser was launched, and the trailer on 9 May 2021.

In the concluding chapter of Maharani, Rani Bharti realizes the tricks her husband has played to acquire power. She learns of his role in the seed frauds and caste-based feuds. When confronted with the facts, Bheema says that the Governor and Machan Baba began the copies in 1995, which were orchestrated by his man Virendra in the party. When Virendra requested a loot piece, he turned to Mukhiya’s Veer Sena for assistance.

To discredit Bheema’s regime, Veer Sena began mass killings of the poor classes. That’s when he decided to form a backward-class coalition with Shankar Mahto’s aid. As a result, Mahto assassinated Virendra, and Bheema introduced Prem Kumar as the next victim.

Critic Review:

The series’ repeating motif is a ‘Saheb’ who cannot lead the state due to his health, his ‘Biwi’ who is attempting to fill his shoes, and ‘Bihar,’ the form now under her control. To summarise, the story is sometimes inconsistent and, at times, way too extended. Yet, there is enough here to keep you involved until the end, as the final episode appears to lay the groundwork for the following season.

Prittle Prattle News has curated this article.

By Reporter

Image courtesy: MAHARANI

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