Tandav Movie Review: All colors are seen in politics. Many things like conspiracy, friendship-enmity, opportunism, mutual relations, power addiction can be involved in this and these are enough spices to make a web series better, yet Ali Abbas Zafar’s series ‘Tandav’ impresses the audience fails to do. Due to the weak foundation on which this series has been built, the building has not been able to become strong. The series has excellent actors, but due to weak writing, they also stalled after going to a level.
Devki Nandan Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia) has become the Prime Minister after winning the elections twice and is expected to win the third time also. A day before the election results, her ambitious son Samar Pratap Singh (Saif Ali Khan) murders her and tells the nation that Devki is no more. His dreams of becoming the Prime Minister are dashed when Devki’s close friend Anuradha Kishore (Dimple Kapadia) discovers that Devki has been killed by Samar. She blackmails Samar through this and becomes the Prime Minister herself and Samar gets stunned. How Samar tries to gain power again from Anuradha by making some people pawns is shown in ‘Tandav’.
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The internal turmoil of the party, the greed of leaders who go to any extent to get the Prime Minister’s chair, has been shown, as well as the politics taking place in VNU University has also been given a lot of space. How the student leaders are used by the big leaders for their selfishness, this has also been underlined.
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- Season: 1, Episode : 9
- Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
- Cast: Dimple Kapadia, Saif Ali Khan, Sunil Grover, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Gauahar Khan, Dino Morea, Sarah Jane Dias, Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub, Anoop Soni, Kritika Kamra
- Available on Amazon Video
- Rating: 2/5
There are other characters as well, Dalit leader Kailash Choudhary (Anup Soni), Gopal Das Munshi (Kumud Mishra), who has been eyeing the prime minister’s chair for years, Shiva Shekhar (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub), a flamboyant VNU leader, to do anything for Samar. Wala Gurpal Chauhan (Sunil Grover), these characters also have their own stories which are added to the main story.
The audience is unable to connect with the story, anecdotes and the main character because the fun that should be in a series made on the subject of politics is missing. In many places, the series has become filmy and unreliable.
The episode of Samar killing the Prime Minister is as weak as if a common man had been killed. He sits in front of his father’s dead body and drinks. Is it possible to do this by sitting in front of the dead body of the Prime Minister?
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Anuradha finds a small piece of evidence on the basis of which she becomes the Prime Minister. Who gave that evidence, which is the basis of this series, is not told till the end, maybe the matter has been left on the second season, but this thing should have been revealed in this series. Many questions have been left for the second season, while it should be that only a couple of threads should be left for the second season so that the viewer can feel at least a little satisfaction after watching nine episodes.
Gurpal threatens Anuradha’s PA Maithili and snatches power from Anuradha. Why does Maithili get scared despite being so powerful? This thing is also not digestible. There are other such incidents which weaken the series.
A lot of footage has been spent on VNU and Shiva. Which look almost the same and get very boring. Also, it does not affect the main story of the series too much.
Ali Abbas Zafar’s direction is good. Despite the weak storyline, they have managed to engage the audience to some extent. He has also done a good job with his star cast.
Saif Ali Khan’s character is a bit filmy, but Saif has played it well. Dimple Kapadia is a great actress, but the character written by her has not given her scope to do much. Sunil Grover impresses.
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Dino Morea, Sarah Jane Dias, Anoop Soni, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Kumud Mishra, Krutika Kamra, Gauahar Khan have done justice to their respective roles. Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub’s role is very long, but the script did not give him a chance to do much.
There is no sharpness in Tandav, perhaps sharpness will be seen in the second season.