Aspirants Review

When you reach the fifth episode, which is the last episode, you feel it should not end. You want to see Abhilash succeed, to see Guri gets hitched, to see SK be happy, and to see Sandeep bhaiya become an IAS officer.

You want the tripod to be balanced and you will have a love-hate feeling for Dhairya.  This is the achievement of yet another successful attempt from TVF – Aspirants.

Beautifully written and executed. Following lines from the book “Apne Samne” by Kunwar Narayan, which are used in series also, reflects the story

दुर्गम वनों और ऊँचे पर्वतों को जीतते हुए ,
जब तुम अंतिम ऊँचाई को भी जीत लोगे ,
जब तुम्हें लगेगा कि कोई अंतर नहीं बचा अब ,
तुममें और उन पत्थरों की कठोरता में ,
जिन्हें तुमने जीता है …

0
DIRECTION
0
STORY
0
SCREENPLAY
0
ACTING
0
CINEMATOGRAPHY
0
DRAMA
0
PACE
0
EDITING
0
ART DIRECTION
0
DIALOGUES
0
MUSIC
0
FEEL GOOD
0
OVERALL
0
NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
0
ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
87%
CLIMAX INDEX
72%
  • Naveen Kasturia
  • Shivankit Singh Parihar
  • Abhilsh Thapliyal
  • Sunny Hinduja
  • Namita Dubey
  • Apoorv Singh Karki

5 Episodes, 45 Mins each

POSITIVES

Theme, Dialogues, Analogies used in dialogues,  acting and Sandeep Bhaiya 🙂

NEGATIVES

Abrupt jump in timelines which may break your involvement and build-up. TVF needs new background music, they have overused their songs. Also, the excessive inclusion of their title sponsor might also annoy you in between.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

if you feel you have had your part of the struggle in your life, please watch it  

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

NA 🙂
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1 thought on “Aspirants Review”

  1. Reuse of song is not a negative point , “dhaaga” song becomes famous in Aspirant ,no one remember this song in Ye meri family.
    Didn’t seems abrupt jump in timelines.
    Agreed on excessive use of unacademy ad.

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