Saurav Das as Naad is still impressive and more humane. He is also the reason to watch the second part of Rudrabinar Obhishaap.
After ending on a cliffhanger about what happens to Shruti (Rupsa Chatterjee), Rudrabinar Obhishaap is back. It has a story to tell but still, does not quite let you understand what exactly is happening in the musical world of Shruti, Alap (Vikram Chatterjee) and Naad (Saurav Das).
Episode 6 of Rudrabinar Obhishaap begins at the cliffhanger moment - about what was to happen to Shruti. Meanwhile, the mystery around Alap becomes the main story. It makes you intrigued about the character played by Vikram Chatterjee.
Naad is still the most surprising character. He is the one who has so much depth in his character, which is still missing from every other character, including the leads Alap and Shruti.
There is a moment when Naad meets one of his victims. It is pretty unbelievable that she doesn't recognize the person who tried to kill her not very long ago.
The singing competition between Alap and Naad is unmissable. The intense scene is executed well. Naad's moment with Saaz (Ditipriya Roy) right after that is also a scene that says so much with just an expression.
An episode is dedicated to showing Naad's situation and his actual state of mind. The way the scene is executed makes it an interesting watch.
Unlike the hype, the series ends on a lukewarm note. Although the makers are banking on Alap and Shruti, Naad and Saaz make the plot more interesting. Nonetheless, since a second season of the show is announced, there is still hope.
Naad is still the person who drives the series. Alap and Shruti do try hard but their magic seems to have faded since Tansener Tanpura, which Rubdrabinar Obhishaap is adapted from. This time, Saaz shines right after Naad. The series is a must-watch because of them.