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Rangbaaz: Darr Ki Rajneeti review: Vineet Kumar Singh's series is perfect blend of power-packed performances and storytelling

Navdeep Singh's cinema reflects all over the show also featuring Akanksha Singh and Geetanjali Kulkarni in pivotal roles.

  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 12.05 PM, Jul 29, 2022

Rangbaaz: Darr Ki Rajneeti review: Vineet Kumar Singh's series is perfect blend of power-packed performances and storytelling
Rangbaaz: Darr Ki Rajneeti - Vineet Kumar Singh.


Rangbaaz: Darr Ki Rajneeti follows the story of Haroon Shah Ali Baig (Vineet Kumar Singh). It shows his political career and life in general after becoming a gangster.


Rangbaaz's third season begins with a mysterious vibe. Vineet Kumar Singh is introduced as Saheb soon after but the fear does not set in instantly. Part reason for that is his Robin Hood type personality - doing the good in wrong ways.

Navdeep Singh's storytelling reflects all over Rangbaaz. He sets the right vibe and you just know what is coming.

Vijay Maurya and Rajesh Tailang both shine in their own way. The latter takes the cake in most scenes of them together, though.

Vijay, who is inspired from Lalu Prasad Yadav, suffers in terms of accent and soon, the co-actors like Vineet take over with a near-perfect accent.

Akanksha Singh has a brief appearance as an intro and it is nothing out-of-the-ordinary. Prashant Narayanan gets a bigger role and so, he gets more opportunity to impress in the first episode itself.

Akanksha acts well but unfortunately, she doesn't have many scenes to deliver in. She doesn't get an opportunity to shine out, unlike Geetanjali.

Vineet vs Prashant is a classic scene. It is so power-packed with performance and intense music that you would just not want to miss this one.

The two turn out to be the best actors in the series. In a way, the whole story revolves around them.

Geetanjali Kulkarni almost fits into her character instantly. While her whole look doesn't work its magic as it should, the actress more than makes up with her acting and aura.

The backdrop to the story really works well in understanding the current situation. You understand Haroon Shah Ali Baig (Vineet) and Deepesh (Sohum Majumdar)'s strong friendship through that.

Sohum has his moments on the show. They prove his talent as an actor too.

Vineet's action sequence works its magic as always. Even otherwise, his character is built in a way that it does not bore you. Rather, it manages to entertain you thoroughly.

The fodder scam makes it to the series but only for a brief period. Rangbaaz is, otherwise, the classic story of trust and betrayal, said in a way that is impressive despite the done-and-dusted concept.

The series can get too gruesome but that only works in its favour. Unfortunately, there are very few moments of these. However, we're not complaining since the show has all the elements required to tell the tale in a way that is mostly heard.

Sachin Pathak's storytelling is effective once again. Even if dramatized, this show has the perfect balance of powerful performances and impactful scenes.

The women actually shine only towards the end of the series. Till then, it is all only drama that is predictable but still gripping.


Rangbaaz: Darr Ki Rajneeti is a show that develops almost instantly and doesn't leave pace after that. You would want to binge on this series because of the power-packed performances and storytelling. Sure, it gets dramatic in a few scenes but barely ever does it make you want to leave the show and go watch something else. This one is a good watch.