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Series – Breathe Into The Shadows review
Director – Mayank Sharma
Star cast – Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen and Saiyami Kher
Genre Crime Drama, Thriller
Story – Mayank Sharma and Vikram Tuli
Digital Platform – Amazon Prime
No. of seasons – 2
No. of episodes- 12
Ratings – 3.5
The story of the show revolves around the life of a six year old girl who seems to have been kidnapped by a masked man who demands a very unusual kind of ransom. Dr. Avinash Sabharwal played by the actor Abhishek Bachchan plans to kill someone to save his kidnapped daughter. This brings in the cop Kabir Swant into the picture played by Amit Sadh who is already sick of the hostile nature in Delhi Crime Branch. Then comes lies, mind games and deceit when Avinash comes out to save his daughter.
When it comes to comparing it with the second season, the latest one has more holes and flaws as compared to the previous ones. The plot seems some glaring holes and loose ends and more are seen getting visible via the 12 episodes. Also, one can find some cringe-worthy moments in it. However, there are some other parts of the series as well that are seen with the leading actors like Amit Sadh playing the cop role. In his angry man temper role, he has played a fantastic role while being on this case busy finding the victim and the culprit with his dual Ravan intelligence.
On the other side, Abhishek Bachchan was seen stealing the show with his cool character while we could also see getting rid of the stiltedness coasting his character. There are some attempts that have been made by him to make the back story interesting. The others in the series have also played a good role. Besides, one can also find several watchable scenes backed with some cool dialogues. Talking about the other elements one can find elements like screenplay, music, action and other stuff good for the series.
Breathe Into The Shadows The Last word
Amidst all the roiling and toiling thriller, one can even find the series having the bones of a crackerjack thrill. Yet one can find some loosely written season 2 in the kidnapping drama. Yet watching the tale of chasing the psychotic killer seems interesting and to some extent preposterous as well.