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Broken but beautiful 3 review

Broken but beautiful 3 review


Broken but beautiful 3 “This is a typical ALT Balaji show that delves into new age relationships,” Prateik Sur notes.

In the first two seasons Broken but beautifulyou have learned about the type of love that is destructive in itself.

It all ends with both the woman and the man sacrificing each other and end up putting on a love story spectacle, ultimately not ending up together.

The third season of this web series takes all that self-destructive love and kicks it up a notch.

Sidharth Shukla as Agastya Rao and Sonia Rati as Rumi Desai are superbly taking over the baton from Vikrant Massey and Harleen Seti in the new season.

You will be pleasantly surprised by the appearance of Veer and Samira this season. They show up at the moment you’re about to leave the show and their little cameo brings you back to the show even more, wanting to know what’s next for Agastya and Sonia.

This placement was a masterstroke by director Priyanka Ghose.

There was a huge buzz around the show thanks to the presence of Big Boss 13 The winner is Sidharth Shukla as the host and he doesn’t let us down.

Like a short-tempered artsy playwright, he fits.

You will be reminded of his angry youthful shadows from Big Boss 13.

He lashes out at every other line, but when that shifting passion of love comes in, he softens a bit and indulges in that self-inflicted pain of love.

Sidharth embodies character to perfection – not only in appearance, but even in spirit. It looks like this character was supposed to be played by him and no one else.

Sonia Rati makes a fantastic first impression.

In the beginning, she looks like a cheerful girl next door, but by the beginning of the second episode, you are almost sure that she is not.

Her character is troubled by the confusion as to why she is falling head over heels in love with this new man in her life. She is torn between her childhood love for Ehan Bhatt as Ishaan Rana and her newfound sexual interest in Agastya.

Ehan Bhatt wasn’t just the eye candy he was seen in the trailers and he managed to put on a really mature performance.

Thania Kalra is just fantastic too.

Dialogues are the weakest in the entire project. Just because the younger generation uses swear words doesn’t mean you should include them in your dialogue.

However, there is something good about writing, and Priyanka Ghosh didn’t miss the opportunity to think like a millennial. Just rude, annoying dialogue was completely unnecessary.

Broken but beautiful 3 is a typical ALT Balaji show that delves into new age relationships rather than age old concepts of romance and relationships.

The show stands on the laurels of Siddharth Shukla’s past and the direction of Priyanka Ghosh.

If you like ALT Balaji novels, this show is a must see.

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