SonyLIV, a digital streaming platform, is promoting its original web series The Jengaburu Curse as India’s first cli-fi show, know about its season 2 and its release date
Over 10 million people have seen the web series’ teaser since it went live yesterday. The Jengaburu Curse’s intriguing premise makes it an eagerly anticipated web series.
The Jengaburu Curse season 2 release date update, plot, cast, real true story, where to watch
Season 2 of The Jengaburu Curse will premiere on the SonyLIV app and website in August 2024. Nila Madhab Panda helms the show and co-wrote the script with Mayank Tewari. The show’s creators, Mantri Abhishek, and Priyesh Kaushik, have ordered 7 episodes.
After her father, a well-respected professor, goes missing in London, the life of Priya Das, a skilled financial analyst also known as Faria Abdullah, takes a surprising turn. Because of this unexpected turn of events, she must return to her native state of Odisha.
The Cast of The Jengaburu Curse season 2
- Hitesh Dave,
- Melanie Gray,
- Charlie Allen,
- Sabrina Nabi,
- Mark Adams
- Faria Abdullah,
- Makrand Deshpande,
- Sudev Nair,
- Deepak Sampat,
Season 1 Review
I Am Kalam, Jalpari, Kadvi Hawa, and Halkaa are just few of the films that Nila Madhab Panda has directed. He frequently writes about kids and the outdoors. Whether or not he intended to, the opening sequence of his new series, which has stunning pictures of a forest intercut with those of children playing and the narration of a local Odia folktale, appears almost personal.
Nila and Mayank Tewari’s The Jengaburu Curse, starring Faria Abdullah, presents a tale as old as film: that of corporate greed pitted against the plight of defenseless people. A tale that, in a different guise, we witnessed on a galactic scale in Avatar. All of the problems discussed here are extremely real: the uprooting of indigenous peoples, mining, naxalism, and the state’s sometimes biased role as an arbitrator.
The director has a genuine interest in these topics, and his storytelling helps us feel the same way. As Nassar’s character states in one of the sequences, “There is a difference between truth and narrative truth.” The show is making an effort to send a message about the dangers of believing everything you read. While it avoids the didactic monologues that sometimes bog down stories of this type, it does not avoid talking about how much progress costs.