Matsya Kaand REVIEW – A Revenge story: A game of cat and mouse between a corrupt cop and a hustler, who is on his way to take revenge for his mother, who was ill-treated and abused by his stepfather.
The creators of Matsya Kaand tried to take inspiration from Mahabharat and make the story Interesting. Each episode of the show is named after a character or event from the Treta Yuga.
Matsya Kaand Trailer
Matsya Kaand Story:
Matsya Kaand Story: Matsya is caught setting fire to a petrol pump allotted to her mother after her military father is killed in the Indo-Pak Kargil War.
In prison, she finds a guru in Anand Pandit (Piyush Mishra) who is helping him prepare for life outside the prison. His scam attracts the attention of rogue police ACP Tejraj Singh (Ravi Kishan), who has oathed to catch the thieves.
Then it begins the game of rat and mouse.
The mentor Matsya Thada (Ravi Dubey) found in prison was well and good to tell the Mahabharata learnings to prepare him for life outside prison after completing his sentence.
Matsya Kaand REVIEW
Matsya Kaand REVIEW: As the title suggests, the Matsya Kaand web series revolves around different ‘KAANDS‘ (scams) committed by Matsya. Each episode has its name based on different mythological situations and characters, especially from Mahabharat.
Abhimanyu’s first episode represents Matsya as 16-yrs old Abhimanyu – the son of Arjuna and Subhadra who fights the Chakruvyuh without knowing to escape in Mahabharat. Similarly, Matsya is trying to escape from prison disguised as the jail superintendent.
The screenplay is so excellent that you will always be eager to find out what happens next and is good enough to keep you hooked with the Series.
One of the best things about Matsya Kaand is its title track, which has been used in multiple scenes as the background score. Parry G, who sang the song, has done a great job with the peppy music and catchy lyrics.
Matsya Kaand Cast & Crew
Ravi Dubey is in the lead role in Matsya Kaand. Matsya Kaand also features Ravi Kishan, Zoya Afroz, Piyush Mishra, Madhur Mittal, Rajesh Sharma in pivotal roles with Ritvik Sahore, Naved Aslam in unique appearances.
|ACP Tejraj Singh
Conclusion: Matsya Kaand Review
Matsya Kaand Review: Matsya Kaand is one of the most fantastic web series I have ever watched. All the actors in the show did great in their characters. The screenplay is excellent to keep the viewers hooked on the show.
The title track of Matsya Kaand adds a bonus for the audience to entertain at the best possible level. You must consider Matsya Kaand for your weekend watchlist and Binge this show.