Tanaav is one of the fewer shows from India that will keep you intrigued to the level at which international shows do.
Last Updated: 04.02 PM, Nov 25, 2022
Umar Riyaz Ahmed aka Panther was presumed dead but he continues to terrorize Kashmir. Thus, his archnemesis Kabir takes matters in his own hands. He gives up retirement just to find Panther and put an end to the story once and for all.
Tanaav is a Sudhir Mishra classic. This show has all the right elements to leave you craving for more. The scenes leave you wondering ‘what next.’
Phenomenal acting from every actor – right from a Shashank Arora to an Arslan Goni – is an icing on the cake. They all have their moments on the show and if it is a Manav Vij or a Shashank Arora, that level of acting is at a constant and good pace.
Shot in Kashmir, Tanaav captures the beauty and the pain all through the lens in this long series. Sometimes or rather most of the times the two get combined. Take for example Shashank Arora’s lonely walk amidst the beautiful valley.
The show retains the Koshur dialect. Not one person on the show seems to have dubbed to speak the language. It comes so naturally to all the actors that it is almost like they were born talking the language.
The graph of Tanaav is similar to Fauda. However, this show is not even competing with the original. It has brought in a fresh viewpoint and that works in favour of Tanaav.
Overall, Tanaav, even if lengthy, is definitely worth your time. This one is at par with international shows.
Tanaav is a definite watch. After so long, will you be intrigued and catch yourself biting your nails while wondering what will happen next. The only problem with Tanaav is the length of the show but if that can be ignored, then this one is a definite binge-watch.