Breathe: Into The Shadows 2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan impresses but the show doesn’t, Naveen Kasturia shines

Rating: 2 / 5


Taking the story ahead from director Mayank Sharma’s preceding season, Avinash Sabharwal (Abhishek Bachchan) keeps to war with his twin identity in Breathe: Into The Shadows Season 2. Just while the docs on the medical facility are endorsed through Avinash’s superb restoration, J (Abhishek Bachchan) resurfaces once more to finish what he didn’t in advance, and to cast off the rest of the Ravan heads. However, this time he isn’t on my own and is followed by way of Victor (Naveen Kasturia), who allows Avinash entire his unfinished enterprise. This resurrection doesn’t best impact Avinash’s own family, however additionally turns Kabir Sawant’s (Amit Sadh) life upside down. What takes place next is a good way to watch within the display.

What’s Hot?

Besides the performances, the maximum attractive part approximately Breathe: Into The Shadows Season 2 are the motion sequences choreographed by using Aejaz Gulab. They are all uniquely stylized making maximum of the places they are set in, and are widely special from every different. DOP (Director of Photography) S. Bharathwa’s lens manages to bring alive the world of Breathe: Into The Shadows 2 on display screen, and remains true to the look and experience of a crime thriller style. This is aptly supported by means of production designer Rajiv M Panjabi’s vision and design, which facilitates to elevate the overall revel in of looking the display. Hair and makeup designing through Dhananjay Prajapati is on point, and particularly has hit the bullseye with Abhishek’s intense look as J.

What’s Not?

Besides a few twists that manipulate to surprise you, the general narrative fails to engage and enthral. The tale takes time to choose up pace and keeps that for the primary few episodes, whilst not one of the dialogues make an impact. Director Mayank Sharma together with fellow writers Vikram Tuli, Arshad Syed, Priya Saggi and Abhijeet Deshpande may want to have spent some extra time sprucing the screenplay inorder to make it more gripping. The stop was predicted too. While song is an essential element inside the technique of filmmaking, for crime-dramas mainly it is extraordinarily essential to add that required thrill in the narrative. Composer Karan Kulkarni’s track fails to try this for Breathe: Into The Shadows Season 2.


While the story doesn’t manage to electrify, the performances do. Abhishek Bachchan gives an sincere performance, and excels specifically when he plays J on the display screen. Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen and Saiyami Kher stay continually precise as they were in the previous season, however the superstar of this season is Naveen Kasturia. He shines on every occasion he appears on display screen, and appears in overall control of his act and movement as an artist. A ought to point out for Mukesh Chhabra for this ideal casting.

Final Verdict

Overall, Breathe: Into The Shadows Season 2 had capacity and shines in bits, but suffers because of an almost expected, uninspiring narrative.

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