Parampara Telugu Series Review: First season of Parampara, which was released on Hotstar, drew the attention of the Telugu audience. The second season is now available on the same platform for streaming. Among the cast members are Jagapathi Babu, Sarath Kumar, and Naveen Chandra. Let’s take a closer look at the show and see if it’s worth your time.
Season 1 concludes with Naidu arresting Gopi for knowing the truth about Rachana’s relationship with him. Rachana’s predicament has prompted Suresh to woo her. In an attempt to restore order, Gopi’s father, impotent in the face of his son’s ambitions, attempts to bring Gopi back to his village to help his uncle Naidu, but Gopi, is fed up with his uncle’s unchallenged legacy as the leader, has other ideas. For the remainder of the story, many scenarios are devised.
Cast & Crew
On the show, Jagapathi babu plays the lead part, with Sarath Kumar and Naveen Chandra filling supporting roles. Also appearing are Akanksha Singh, Ishaan, Naina Ganguly, and Divi Vadthya. Krishna Vijay and Vishwanath Arigela directed the film, which was produced by Arka Media. In charge of the music are Naresh Kumaran and SV Vishweswar, while Tammiraju is in charge of editing.
|Director||Krishna Vijay & Vishwanath Arigela|
|Music Director||Naresh Kumaran|
|Producer||Arka Media works|
|Genre||Political, Thriller, Drama|
|Cast||Jagapathi babu, Sarath Kumar, Naveen Chandra|
Many fans were drawn in by the first season’s focus in building family politics, which was reminiscent of the Telugu superhit film Prasthanam. However, despite the slow pace of the first season’s events, the audience was compelled to watch it to the end. A slow-paced screenplay is used in Season 2 because the conflict between the characters must be built appropriately. This season’s struggle between characters, the payoff, and everything else is in place.
Naveen Chandra and Jagapathi babu played well, but we’ve seen similar roles before and they may not be as thrilled to see them again.. Like last season, Sarath Kumar is elegant and makes his mark as an actor in a few sequences, but the voice dubbing for him seems underwhelming. Both Akanksha Singh, and Ishaan, were content with their parts.
In every episode, the series is well-illustrated. The filmmakers’ budgets have been well-funded, thanks to the efforts of the producers. The series’ soundtrack served as an excellent backdrop. The high-quality images were shot by cinematographer SV Vishweswar. Krishna Vijay and Vishwanath Arigela, the show’s directors, did their best to keep viewers engaged at all times.
Parampara season 2 is a worthwhile political drama that will keep you engrossed till the very end.