Srikanto Web Series Download in 480p 720p 1080p: Srikanto is a drama TV series directed by Sani Ghosh Ray and starring Rishabh Basu, Sohini Sarkar and Madhumita Sarkar among others. The series consists of 9 episodes, each with a runtime of approximately 30 minutes.
Srikanto is a retelling of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s classic. The series takes a while to reach the close relationship between Srikanto and Rajlokhi and jumps back and forth between the past and the present.
As well as taking its time, the series gets quite delicious during these moments, setting up the present with the help of its past.
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|Release Date:||Apr 15, 2022|
As the childish jokes and crushes of childhood give way to smoking weed and lamenting about the said past, the series repeats a bit, with Srikanto wandering out of his mind.
The previous sequences, with their childish behavior and nerdy crushes, are, indeed, melodious. I loved to see young Srikanto running around with a look of disbelief on the face of my beloved Rajloki.
But the series falters in something other than the past. The present feels directionless and haphazard and unfortunately, you can’t even connect with the characters.
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For a show whose past characters seem so relatable, they didn’t really try to make these characters likeable or believable in the present.
The mystery surrounding Rajlokkhi, or Piyali’s present, seems unnecessary because you already know what she does. They don’t try to keep it a secret, but it’s a secret somewhere.
Piyali and Srikanto’s conversation seems old and there is no rift between them. That doesn’t mean there aren’t exactly sweet moments; There are some.
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But it is not enough and it is not consistent for us to care about it. The leads also don’t share enough chemistry to make this the sexiest watch it’s supposed to be.
Music, which is an important part of the show, misses out a lot. Then, there’s that missing factor that fails to make it magical.
When it comes to characters, I feel that the character of Piyali never grew out of childhood. I understand where she’s coming from, but judging by everything, immaturity doesn’t suit her.
Or, perhaps, she goes back to her childhood days when she is with Srikanto? Either way, none of these characters are good people and thus you don’t feel any sort of bond with them. They feel half-done and made up and don’t look like real people in any way, shape or form.