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Kota Factory Season 3 Review: Jitendra Kumar’s Jeetu Bhaiya Navigates Adulting and Finds ‘Jeevan Ka Satya’ [& Pooja Didi] with Some Flaws

Kota Factory Season 3

Rating: 3.5

Cast: Jitendra Kumar, Vaibhav More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Ahsaas Channa, Revathi Pillai, Urvi Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Tilottama Shome

Creator: Arunabh Kumar

Director: Pratish Mehta

Streaming On: Netflix

Language: Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil

Runtime: 5 Episodes of 40 minutes each


The five episodes of this season dissect five generic student issues, centering on Jeetu Bhaiya‘s personal struggles. While Jeetu Bhaiya grapples with mental health issues, he also acts as a champion for his students, addressing their low self-esteem, jealousy, attraction to quick money-making schemes, demotivation, and premature exam attempts.Kota Factory Season 3 Review:
Star Performance: This season introduces Rajesh Kumar (Rosesh Sarabhai) and Tilottama Shome as Jeetu Bhaiya’s pillars of support. Rajesh Kumar’s understated act forms a strong foundation for the show, while Tillotama’s portrayal of Pooja Didi holds promise for the series’ future.Among the students, Mayur More, under pressure to lead the narrative, struggles in pivotal scenes, while Ranjan Raj’s Rajmukund Meena undergoes a compelling personal journey, mirroring Jeetu Bhaiya’s transformation.
Kota Factory Season 3 Review: Direction & Music: Directed by Pratish Mehta, this season presents a mature examination of Kota, shedding light on the city’s real issues. However, there are moments when the direction falls short, as seen in Vaibhav’s monologue, reminiscent of Kartik Aaryan’s Pyaar Ka Punchnama, diluting the scene’s impact.
Similarly, the depiction of Jeetu Bhaiya’s personal struggles lacks the expected depth, while the music sometimes feels out of place, failing to complement the series’ emotional intensity. Kota Factory Season 3 Review: Last Words: Despite its flaws, Kota Factory season 3 remains rooted in its core values. Jeetu Bhaiya’s unwavering support for his students is a standout, showcasing the series’ heart in the right place. His refusal to segregate students into studious and less studious categories marks a triumphant moment for the show.

Ziya Khan


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