The Hotstar special, City Of Dreams, is back with its third installment. Saying that the fans cannot keep calm would be an understatement. This is the directorial work of none other than Nagesh Kukunoor. Furthermore, this season is a follow-up of the last one, where the father-daughter duo, Poornima Gaikwad (Priya Bapat) and Amey Rao Gaikwad (Atul Kulkarni), befriends one another after a huge political fight in season 2. In the latest season of City Of Dreams, we will also get to see Rannvijay Singha, Sushant Singh, Flora Saini, and Shishir Sharma, among others. If you are curious about the City Of Dreams season 3 review, you are in for a treat. Read on.
City Of Dreams Story
City Of Dreams is a spell-binding story with political and underworld twists and turns. Its story revolves around an internal conflict within the Gaikwad family triggered by an assassination attempt on a controversial political personality. However, in the latest season, we see how Poornima and Amey have joined hands to restore the Gaikwad Samrajya. It happens after SI Wasim Khan (Khan) finally finds Poornima, who goes MIA after losing her only son in the bomb blast. On the order of Amey, Wasim brings her back, and the father-daughter duo reconciles.
Consequently, the duo works together to better their party. So how does it all happen? Make sure to watch season 3 to find out.
City Of Dreams Season 3 Review
City Of Dreams season 3 takes its audience on a journey that is memorable. This political drama is set in the city of Mumbai with a gripping plot and an ensemble cast that will keep you hooked right from the start to the finish. What is going for this series is the stellar performances by the entire cast. The storyline is not too crumbly with the right amount of twists and turns at the end of almost every episode, without which the story would lose its oomph.
In this season, we get to see how the character of Poornima evolves. It is thrilling to see Poornima from being sad and miserable to becoming the most powerful. Pilgaonkar, as the antagonist, also does pretty well. Kulkarni and Khan maintain the charm and essence of political drama. Sushant Singh and Flora Saini work well as supporting characters. Ranvijay gets lesser screen time.
Nonetheless, his appearance is like a breath of fresh air. Eijaz Khan as the loyal friend of Poornima, does well. Furthermore, the series is worth watching for those having a knack for dramas. Not to mention the catchy background score and opening credits theme make you enjoy the show even more.
Just like its previous seasons City of Dreams season 3 does fantastic. However, it’s a bit stretched, which keeps its audience hooked at first, only to reach some loose ends. Regardless of the stretchiness, the show is a fantastic watch. If you seek politics and drama together, this show is indeed for you. We give the show 3 out of 5 stars.