Zee5’s Rangbaaz: A Thread of stories of Gangsters in India.
Zee5 Rangbaaz is a gangster-based series show which has released 2 seasons until now consecutively in 2018 and 2019. where both the seasons are based on the stories of 2 different gangsters in two different states of India. As of the ’90s where India was merely under the control of the Underworld and it gave birth to the many new small criminals to become a gangster and we can even expect Rangbaaz Season 3 with a new story of another gangster.
Rangbaaz Season1 Cast
Saqib Saleem playing as Shiv Prakash Shukla
Tigmanshu Dhulia playing as Ram Shankar Tiwari
Ranvir Shorey playing Sidharth as Pandey
Aahana Kumra playing Babita as Babita
Ravi Kishan is Playing Chandra as Bhan Singh
Rangbaaz Season1 Supporting Cast.
Jay Joshi playing as Abhishek.
Arun Kalra playing Narendra Shahi.
Chandan Anand playing as Ranjan Tiwari.
Pawan Chopra playing as Director-General of Police- UP.
Bharat Chawla playing as Sushant.
Rangbaaz Phirse Season 2 Cast
Jimmy Shergill playing as Amar Pal Singh
Sharad Kelkar Playing as Raja Phogat
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub as Sanjay Singh Meena
Mahima Makwana playing as Vaishali Singh
Gul Panag as Anupriya
Zee5 Rangbaaz Phirse, Season 2 Supporting Cast.
Sushant Singh playing Jai Ram Godadra.
Harsh Chhaya playing Sundar Singh Chauhan.
Chetan Pandit playing Home Minister Ahlawat.
Amit Sial playing Balram Rathi.
Spruha Joshi playing Rukmini.
Sonam Arora Playing Madhu Godavari.
Ujjwal Chopra playing Harjiram.
Rangbaaz Season 1 Plot
Zee5 Rangbaaz Season1 is based on the real-life story of Shiv Prakash Shukla who was living in Gorakhpur, U.P. then he entered the world of crime and he was being supported in the crime he committed by some politicians and due to which he got an incredible power in his hands and which made him a national level criminal at the age of 25 and story moves around the crime and life of Shiv Prakash Shukla.
Rangbaaz Season1 Review
There has been a complete trend on the web series to have a gangster base after it started from the Mirzapur, Sacred Games, and Apharan. This web series is based on the true story of Shri Prakash Shukla who was a gangster in the states of UP and Bihar. The story has a lacking point of some action and bloodshed whereas the usage of foul language is also less as compared to the other web series.
The acting of Saqib Saleem is worth proving in this series but the dialogues and screenplay seem poor at a point in time. Overall series might bore you as most of the time the lead character Shiv Kumar Shukla is shown running and hiding. The one who is interested in watching the series should watch the series at their own risk.
Zee5 Rangbaaz Phirse, Season 2 Plot
Zee5 Rangbaaz Phirse is again a real-based story of a Gangster in Rajasthan named Anand Pal Singh renamed Amar Pal Singh. It is a story of a new gangster presented by Zee5. The story also revolves around his business of liquor transport and the story also includes his enemy Raja Phogat and his entrance into politics.
Rangbaaz Phirse Season 2 Review
Zee5 Rangbaaz Phirse is a continuation thread of stories based on the Gangsters of India and this time Anand Pal Singh, a Gangster in Rajasthan is shown in the series. The name is changed to Amar Pal Singh which is played by Jimmy Shergill as a lead character in the series. The base story of the series seems to be similar to Season 1 where here also there is a connection to politics and some changes have been made but as it is a real-life story so try has been made to keep it as it was.
As per acting in the series, the acting of Jimmy Shergill is nice but Sharad Kelkar and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub have done an extremely well job in their respective roles and they deserve to be well appreciated for that. The story has a good thriller and excitement in the 1 and 2 episodes but after that, it feels that the story is just being stretched and as per looking for the dialogues in the series, They are all normal, nothing new taste is being included in the series. The series could have been made in a better way.
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