Mirzapur Season 2 Review, Cast, Episodes & Trailer HD

Mirzapur Season 2 Web Series Review

Mirzapur 2 Story: Tripathi’s son Munna has now made new enemies after he goes on a killing spree at a wedding. The survivors are now baying for his blood. But Munna, who thinks he is immortal, continues to harbour dreams of ruling over ‘Mirzapur’, with or without the backing of his father.

Mirzapur 2 Review: Guns, goons and lots of gaalis – welcome to ‘Mirzapur’, once again. Nothing has changed here. Except the rising body count that has intensified the battle lines in this bloody badland. And as always, Munna (Divyendu Sharma) is at the center of all the killings that have become an all familiar calling card for ‘Mirzapur’. Of course, a lot of these killings are as shocking as they are needless, making us wonder if they could have been avoided altogether. But what’s a UP hinterland if not high on political vendettas and pistols firing up a storm at every given opportunity or the lack of it.

Season 2 of ‘Mirzapur’ picks up from where the first one ended. It kickstarts with even more violence that instantly grabs your attention. Creator Puneet Krishna and his Directors Gurmmeet Singh & Mihir Desai continue to take bold decisions, adding more shock value to this already grim revenge saga. And if you have seen season one and enjoyed its dark narrative then the new season certainly ups the ante. It does so with a more seasoned handling. Since there is a certain relatability with the characters, it’s easier to empathise with their pain, this time around. The plot has simmered to a point where the revenge is inevitable and this time it’s a battle of equals.

The bustling bylanes of UP’s politically charged towns once again add their rustic flavour and realism that make for voyeuristic pleasures. They are effectively brought to life DOP by Sanjay Kapoor. The dialogues as usual laced with expletives are mouthed mostly by men, who seem to know no other way to communicate.

Pankaj Tripathi continues to lead the show with his stoic expressions, but the actor so subtly lets out witty one-liners in spurts that it squarely underlines the conflict within. A lesser actor would look repetitive, but Pankaj has an innate quality of owning his character with a natural charm, like no other. Ali Fazal in his beefed-up avatar is suitably cast as Guddu, but doesn’t do a lot more than what we haven’t seen him do before. Divyendu Sharma clearly seems to have the most fun playing the trigger-happy Munna – a spoilt brat and a loose cannon responsible for most of the ruckus in ‘Mirzapur’. At times, the excesses of his character seem quite unreal. The show’s stellar cast is well-lit with strong performers like Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Anjum Sharma, Rajesh Tailang and veteran Kulbhushan Kharbanda, who plays the creepy Bauji with subtlety. Kharbanda is excellent as the family’s patriarch, who talks less but speaks more with his mere presence. This season gives its women more scope. Some are seething with anger while others are toeing the line. Rasika Dugal stands out with her restrained act as a woman, who is forever in the crosshairs of her household’s toxic male fiefdom. Sheeba Chaddha, Harshita Gaur and Shweta Tripathi successfully manage to bring out the inner strength and vulnerability of their characters. The show’s overall casting by ‘Casting Bay’ is appropriate.

‘Mirzapur’ 2’ has that ‘killer’ combination of power and politics that largely works, but is not bulletproof to flaws. There are umpteenth characters, each having their own issues but not necessarily a deeper subtext. While we have seen such revenge dramas in the same UP hinterland many times before (on big and small screen), ‘Mirzapur’ 2’ is a welcome addition. It fires in the right direction and hits the target in delivering a gritty and gruesome tale of intense rivalries.

Created byKaran Anshuman
Puneet Krishna
Directed byKaran Anshuman
Gurmmeet Singh
Starringsee Cast section
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes19 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)Ritesh Sidhwani
Farhan Akhtar
Bhaumik Gondaliya
Running time38–65 minutes
Production company(s)Excel Entertainment
Original networkAmazon Video
Original release16 November 2018 –

Mirzapur All Season and Episodes

Season 1 (2018)

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
1“Jhandu”Karan Anshuman and Gurmmeet SinghPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
2“Gooda”Gurmmeet Singh and Mihir DesaiPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
3“Wafadar”Gurmmeet SinghPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
4“Virginity”Gurmmeet Singh and Karan AnshumanPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
5“Bhaukaal”Karan Anshuman and Mihir DesaiPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
6“Barfi”Gurmmeet Singh and Mihir DesaiPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018
7“Lions of Mirzapur”Gurmmeet Singh and Karan AnshumanPuneet Krishna, Vineet Krishna and Karan Anshuman16 November 2018

Season 2 (2020)

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
1“Dhenkul”Mihir Desai and Gurmmeet SinghPuneet Krishna and Vineet Krishna23 October 2020
2“Khargosh”Gurmmeet SinghPuneet Krishna and Vineet Krishna23 October 2020
3“Viklaang Quota”TBATBA23 October 2020
4“Bhaymukt”TBATBA23 October 2020
5“Langda”TBATBA23 October 2020
6“Ankush”TBATBA23 October 2020
7“Ood Bilaav”TBATBA23 October 2020
8“Chauchak”TBATBA23 October 2020
9“Butterscotch”TBATBA23 October 2020
10“King of Mirzapur”TBATBA23 October 2020

Mirzapur Series full Cast

  • Ali Fazal as Govind “Guddu” Pandit
  • Pankaj Tripathi as Akhandanand “Kaleen bhaiya” Tripathi
  • Divyendu Sharma as Phoolchand “Munna bhaiya” Tripathi: Kaleen Bhaiya’s son from his first wife and Satyanand’s only grandson
  • Rasika Dugal as Beena Tripathi: Kaleen Bhaiya aka Akhandanand’s second wife, Satyanand’s daughter in law and Munna’s stepmother.
  • Shaji Chaudhary as Maqbool Khan, First Satyanand and now also Kaleen Bhaiya’ aka Akhandanand’s trusted henchman
  • Aasif Khan as Babar Khan, Maqbool’s nephew
  • Abhishek Banerjee as Subodh aka Compounder (Season 1)
  • Brahma Mishra as Lalit, Munna Bhaiya’s Friend (Right hand)
  • Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Satyanand Tripathi (Baauji): Akhandanand’s father whom he fondly calls ‘Akhanda’, Beena’s father in law and Munna’s grandfather. He is a very strong-headed man, the actual dictator, owner of the business and patriarch of the family
  • Rajesh Tailang as Ramakant Pandit: Guddu, Bablu and Dimpy’s father
  • Sheeba Chaddha as Vasudha Pandit, Ramakant Pandit’s wife
  • Vikrant Massey as Vinay “Bablu” Pandit (Season 1)
  • Harshita Gaur as Divya “Dimpy” Pandit, Ramakant Pandit’s daughter
  • Shahnawaz Pradhan as Superintendent of Police Parshuram Gupta, Golu and Sweety’s father
  • Shriya Pilgaonkar as Sweety Gupta: Parshuram’s elder daughter and Guddu’s wife (Season 1)
  • Shweta Tripathi as Gajgamini “Golu” Gupta: younger daughter of Parshuram
  • Paritosh Sand as CM Surya Pratap Yadav
  • Pramod Pathak as J.P. Yadav, political patron of Akhandanand Tripathi aka Kaleen Bhaiya
  • Isha Talwar as Madhuri Yadav (season 2)
  • Shubrajyoti Bharat as Rati Shankar Shukla: Bahubali of Jaunpur, Firstly Satyanand and now also Kaleen Bhaiya’s rival (Season 1)
  • Anjum Sharma as Sharad Shukla, Rati Shankar’s Son
  • Meghna Malik as Shakuntala Shukla (Season 2)
  • Anil George as Lala
  • Shernavaz Jijina as Shabnam
  • Lilliput as Devdutt ‘Dadda’ Tyagi (Season 2)
  • Vijay Varma as Bharat Tyagi and Shatrughan Tyagi, Dadda Tyagi’s twins (Season 2)
  • Amit Sial as Senior Superintendent of Police Ram Sharan Maurya, Special Officer assigned to Mirzapur
  • Manu Rishi as Police IG Dubey
  • Santosh Bhokare as Police Officer Pandey
  • Prashansa Sharma as Radhiya
  • Mukesh Bhatt as Haseena
  • Priyanshu Painyuli as Robin (Season 2)
  • Dibyendu Bhattacharya as Doctor (Season 2)
  • Anangsha Biswas as Zarina
  • Abutalha as Lion of Mirzapur
  • Neha Sargam as Saloni Tyagi (Season 2)

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