Kota Factory Season 1 got us moved with an engaging story of an IIT aspirants, season 2 brings us the harsh reality, consequences and dilemma of a student if unable to crack the IIT entrance exam
Kota Factory Season 2 continues from where it left off in the season 1 as Vaibhav joins the the top IIT preparing coaching center, Maheshwari Classes, while his gang – Vartika, Meena and Uday, continue with their preparation for JEE from Prodigy classes. Jeetu Bhaiya (Jithendra Kumar) has left Prodigy to establish his own coaching institute, AIMERS, but still has respect from his ex-students who vouch for his excellent teaching skills in Physics.
Kota Factory Season 1 had already won the hearts with its first 4 episodes. With the latest season, Kota Factory will bring you close to the reality which goes into the preparation for a IIT entrance exam. While Kota Factory Season 1 will take you back to the entrance exam preparation days when all you have to do is just focus and study and somehow clear the exam, the second season speaks about the external factors like mother’s crucial support in the time of illness, a guiding mentor when you lose hope and friends who eventually become your backbone. Kota Factory Season 2 also succeeds in telling the story of how teacher takes the challenge to setup his own coaching classes despite getting a very lucrative offer from his previous institute. Though the first four episodes are short and crispy, the last one fuzzes out even the intention is to portray – how a topper’s success is celebrated with the entire institute and the failed ones goes into a depressing mode, sometime suicidal as well.
TVF is famous for touching the right chord of every heart with its relatable characters and riveting stories that will give you goosebumps and Kota Factory Season 2 is no different. The team behind impeccable dramas like Permanent Roommates, TVF Pitchers, Flames, TVF’s Tripling , Cubicles, Aspirants etc, Kota Factory is another feather on their cap which is beautifully directed by Raghav Subbu (Hostel Daze Season 1) and cleverly written by Saurabh Khanna (Hostel Daze, Kota Factory Season 1 and Yeh Meri Family.
Kota Factory Season 2 is a performance-driven series and every actor has done justice to their role. Performances by all the actors gives a major boost to watch Kota Factory Season 2 which is natural and intrinsic to the core. However, I would like to call out the electrifying performance by Jithendra Kumar who just shines with clap-worthy performance.
Overall, Kota Factory Season 2 is an enduring follow-up to the season 2 which breaks into the ground-reality with superb performances. Very good 3.5/5
Kota Factory is currently streaming on Netflix and is produced by Viral Fever.