Adhura Season 1 Review: An unusual incident happened at Nilgiri Valley School that seems to be related to 10-year-old freshman Vedant. When the 2007 batch returned to unite again, Adhiraj Jaisingh, a former student, had to pay for what he had done fifteen years earlier. But things take a sinister turn when Vedant and Adhiraj’s paths collide. A dark secret begins to emerge and scare everyone on campus.
About Adhura Season 1
Venture Type: Web Series (Season 1)
Released Date: July 07, 2023
Genres: Horror/ Thriller
Directed by: Ananya Banerjee, Gauravv K. Chawla
Written on: Ananya Banerjee
Star Cast: Ishwak Singh, Rasika Dugal, Shrenik Arora, Rahul Dev, Poojan Chhabra, Zoa Morani, Priya Banerjee, K.C. Shankar, Chinmay Chandraunshuh, and others
Produced by: Monisha Advani, Nikkhil Advani, Madhu Bhojwani
Production Companies: Emmay Entertainment
Duration: 7 Episodes (40-45 Minutes/Episodes)
Streaming Platform: Amazon Prime Video
Adhura Season 1 Plot
The tale took place at a distinguished school in Ooty. It initiates with an evocative convention of the 2007 class, which was quickly begun formidable when Adhiraj Jaisingh meets a 10-year-old anxious juvenile Vedant Malik of the current batch and dark mysteries from the past intimidate to commence. Will they be able to unweave the perforate, or will these disclosures imperil everyone’s lives?
Adhura Season 1 Review
If you are dedicated to mysterious subjects, there is zilch in Adhura we haven’t seen earlier. Possibly this is not substandard in the paranormal-atrocity category afterwards because the audience often likes ordinary sparse.
Incomplete Dread provides some bombshells to firmly encircle the field. This is the story of Adhiraj Jaisingh (Ishwak Singh), who comes back to Ooty after 15 years for reconciliation in high school. His life takes an unusual turn when he learns that his close friend Ninad Raman (Poojan Chhabra) has secretly disappeared after the last day of school. While infiltrating for Ninad, he encounters Vedant Malik (Shrenik Arora), a 10-year-old student, studying at the same school, who recognises him as his friend. Soon after, the past and present diverge, and a deep secret binds Adhiraj and Vedant together. Before we know it, ‘something’s wrong with the school, and Vedant starts having trouble.
Shrenik Arora gave a fascinating debut performance. Between his glazed eyes and smirk, he conveys the presentation of unknown powers and a determined ultimatum of ruination. Including his Academic psychiatrist, Supriya Ghosh (Rasika Dugal), who strives to fathom Vedant, everyone encompassing him believes he’s a maniac.
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Though the story could use a couple of helpful quips to make it more dignified, the seven episodes maintain their charm and never seem to run out of breath. If you’re a fan of the paranormal genre, Adhura can provide you with a number of awkward situations that might bother you.