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Tandav Web Series Review

User Rating: 2.58
Tandav Review

Average Ratings:2.58/5
Score:60% Positive
Reviews Counted:9


Ratings: Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion

It’s an intriguing combination. Ali is best known for larger-than-life Salman Khan movies such as Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai. Gaurav rose to fame with grittier material like Article 15. Together, they construct a twisted tale of ambition, betrayal, deception, corruption and the evil that men and women do in the quest for power.There are some lines about the fight for the soul of the nation but mostly, Ali and Gaurav prioritize plot. Every episode is chock-full of twists and turns. There is little room for the characters to breathe or evolve. In the later episodes, as sub-plots are added, the story scatters. Bodies pile up, the scenario becomes increasingly far-fetched and moments that seem pivotal are forgotten.Tandav has too much Bollywood masala in its DNA. Which makes it intermittently entertaining but also shallow and not very smart.

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Ratings: Review By: Komal Nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business

Gaurav Solanki has written a riveting political drama which has thrills, intrigue, twists, turns, shockers and much much more. The scripting is so outstanding that it keeps the audience involved throughout. In fact, every episode ends at such a point that you want to watch the next right then. Tandav will be loved by the audience for various reasons: its drama, narration, performances and making. Amazon Prime Video has a sureshot hit on its hands. Little wonder, preparations are already afoot to start more seasons of the super series.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Sukanya Site:Rediff

Clocking at nearly six hours, Tandav doesn’t end on a note of closure.It builds so much around it by way of deception and ambiguity where an undisclosed identity at the helm of all the ensuing mischief and a ‘We all have our curses’ brand of statement in response to the many Whys that may arise in our mind, points out at the inevitability of Season two

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Saibal Site:NDTV

Unfortunately, a majority of the Tandav characters are hopelessly underwritten. The more interesting ones have shady cores, not the least among them is Gurpal, who watches a spiritual guru’s show on television and feeds his pet cat after every misdeed he commits. Sana Mir (Kritika Kamra), a girl from Kashmir who is an associate of Shiva’s. has secrets that blow up in her face and push her into a deep, dark hole of deceit, betrayal, guilt and fear.But very little in the rest of the show that is as interesting as Sana Mir’s story. Tandav is more fluff than fury.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rohit Site:News18

The show may pick up in later episodes but first five display all the trappings of a ‘masala’ Bollywood production with absolutely nothing to ponder about once it’s over. Before you tag me pretentious, I would reiterate that Tandav is entertaining, provided you have a high appetite for projected punchlines and audacious behaviour.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Nairita Site:IndiaToday

Tandav and its picture of Indian politics seem to be painted by a five-year-old, or at the most a woke youth, the jack of all trades. There’s no depth, no aftertaste, no texture. Even the slangs that OTT allows, seem to be placed only to play to the gallery. As are the sporadic kissing scenes. Tandav perhaps intended to be India’s House of Cards – suave and well-dressed politicians, with evil brewing inside. But it falls, like that proverbial house of cards.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Gautam Site:Koimoi

Although the Disclaimer calls Tandav a complete work of fiction, the best thing about the show is that it takes inspiration from current politics without holding itself back. While watching the show you won’t be able to unnotice the similarities between the onscreen political scenario and the real one.Tandav is a good one time watch but nothing extraordinary which you may think of it going by the title. It’s also a trailer for the season 2 which promises to justify the name.

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Ratings: Review By: Shubhra Site:Indian Express

Whatever punch there is comes from the ‘netas’ and their machinations. The portrayal of the students, their in-fighting-speeches-campaigns, never really lift off the screen; neither does, even more surprisingly, Zeeshan Ayyub, usually so good. Disappointing that this goes the way it does. The way it ends, though, is clearly not the end. Can the second season be sharper, an actual ‘tandav’?

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Pallavi Site:Aaj Tak

डायरेक्टर अली अब्बास जफर ने इस शो को बॉलीवुड के स्टाइल में बनाया है. ये सीरीज जबरदस्त ट्विस्ट और टर्न्स से भरी हुई है, बस आपको थोड़ा संयम रखने की जरूरत… शुरूआती एपिसोड में भले ही आपको लगे कि आखिर ये क्या और क्यों हो रहा है, लेकिन बाद में चीजें एक दूसरे से जुड़ने लगती हैं और आप भी शो के साथ जुड़ जाते हैं… कुल-मिलाकर तांडव शो बढ़िया है.

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Tandav Story:

Tandav is a story that happens in the capital city of the world’s largest democracy – DILLI (New Delhi), where it takes you inside the closed, chaotic doors of power and manipulation and uncover the darkest lanes of Indian politics.

Tandav Release Date:

Jan 15, 2020 ( India) straight to Amazon Prime

Tandav Cast:

Saif Ali Khan,
Dimple Kapadia,
Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub
Sunil Grover
Kritika Kamra
Sarah Jane Dias
Kritika Avasthi

Ali Abbas Zafar

Ali Abbas Zafar
Sanjeev Gupta
Himanshu Kishan Mehra  

Rajeev Masand , Taran Adarsh  Reviews are awaited for this movie

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