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Aarya Antim Vaar X review – Twitterati hail Sushmita Sen’s heroic performance in the crime thriller

Sushmita Sen-starrer Aarya Antim Vaar is streaming on Disney+ Hotstar from today. Here’s how Twitter is reacting to the four episodes of the second installment of the crime thriller’s Season 3. 

Aarya Antim Vaar X review – Twitterati hail Sushmita Sen’s heroic performance in the crime thriller

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Last Updated: 03.06 PM, Feb 09, 2024


Crime thriller series Aarya, directed by Ram Madhvani, has been eagerly awaited by audiences ever since its announcement during the 2020 pandemic. The first part of Season 3 of the show came out in November 2023, while the second half, with the remaining four episodes, premiered today, February 9. Here’s how X fans (formerly Twitter) reacted to the third and last part of the series. Read on...

Twitter reacts to Aarya Antim Vaar

Hailing the series, one Twitter user wrote, “#Aarya is one tremendous series. So nail-biting!” 

Another Twitter user said, “Apni kahaani ke antim vaar ke liye Sherni hai taiyaar.” 

Yet, another praised its writing, by posting, “Good Writing and Intense Performance keeps you engaged to this #SushmitaSen-starrer.” 

Happy with how the series has shaped out so far, a fan wrote, “Waiting for aarya new episode” 

Aarya: An overview through the seasons

In the final moments of Ram Madhvani's opulent family crime drama, Sushmita Sen lets loose her inner goddess. The series has changed from its debut in 2020 to its final installment in 2024, much like its protagonist. Aarya Sareen, played by Sushmita Sen, remains a fiercely protective mother and a woman with exceptional self-preservation skills, but in Season 3's last second part, she has grown significantly from being a relatively helpless widow to an unstoppable force of nature.  


Aarya's persistent altruism and her cunning, resourceful methods are insufficient to rescue her from the web of misery that she has gotten herself into. She fights with a persistent feeling of sinking, as if nothing will ever be the same. Only in the final episode, when Aarya accepts her fate, comes of age, and lets go like a beast with nothing to lose does that sinking feeling change. 

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