Select your region
Sign in
Hamburger Menu
The Results Are In For ‘Kota Factory’ Season 2

The Results Are In For ‘Kota Factory’ Season 2

By Sanjana Subramanian27 September, 2021 2 min read
75% Over all score
The Results Are In For ‘Kota Factory’ Season 2

In season two of this wildly popular series, Vaibhav (Mayur More) and his friends are back, preparing for the IIT JEE entrance exams. What’s different here is that Vaibhav is now with Maheshwari Classes and Jeetu Bhaiya (Jitendra Kumar) has quit Prodigy in pursuit of something else. The show shines the spotlight on the minds and hearts of young teenagers prepping for these high-pressure exams and the different ways in which each one deals with stress.

It’s back to school

Season two starts off in colour, but slowly fades back to black and white before the opening credits. Vaibhav is preparing for orientation day at Maheshwari Classes, accompanied by his new friend Sushrut (Vaibhav Thakkar). The orientation, held by Mr. Maheshwari (Sameer Saxena), is brutal on the students. “There are only successful men. The unsuccessful ones are not men,” Maheshwari says without so much as blinking an eye. He even goes on to say that how well a student performs in these classes will decide what kind of a house, car and even wife they will go on to have.

This entire ordeal upsets Vaibhav, who instantly thinks of Jeetu Bhaiya. The latter has quit Prodigy classes to set up his own institute called ‘Aimers’ – a place where students don’t dream about but aim for IIT. Jeetu Bhaiya also wants to hire women teachers, because he believes that female representation in IIT is seriously lacking. However, while the show highlights issues like these, we never really see the real perspective of the show’s female characters like Meenal (Urvi Singh), Shivangi (Ahsaas Channa) or Vartika (Revathi Pillai).

The show goes on to focus on Vaibhav and gang, who fall sick, get distracted, have their dreams dashed and even resurrected. It also spotlights the vast difference between coaching centres like Maheshwari Classes that function in a mechanical, cold-blooded manner and those like Aimers, which are more humane.

Jeetu Bhaiya to the rescue…again

Unlike season one, which had plenty of light, humorous moments, this season delves into more serious topics, from students questioning why IIT is so special to the unhealthy stress associated with result day.

However, when someone seems to be falling by the wayside, Jeetu Bhaiya always comes to the rescue. While his spiels are impactful, it’s hard to believe that an aspiring IITian struggling to cope with such immense pressure, would instantly feel better after listening to a few inspiring words. Having said that, the plight of the students is showcased effectively. So much so that viewers without an engineering background, will be able to empathise with each character.

‘Kota Factory’ season two offers an eye-opening glimpse into the lives of young students willing to put everything at stake to crack IIT. While the pace drops after two episodes, the sound performances delivered by the entire cast will keep you going.

Creator: Raghav Subbu
Cast: Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Jitendra Kumar, Ahsaas Channa, Rohit Sukhwani, Revathi Pillai, Urvi Singh
Seasons: 2 (2019, 2021)
Streaming on: Netflix

Follow BookMyShow Buzz on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Tags: #Kota Factory #Netflix
Sanjana Subramanian
Written by

Sanjana Subramanian

Caffeine addict. Serial book sniffer. Constantly channelling her inner Anjali (and sometimes Poo). Still waiting for her Hogwarts letter.

Trending articles

All You Need To Know About ‘Maanaadu’

All You Need To Know About ‘Maanaadu’

Written and directed by Venkat Prabhu, the Tamil movie ‘Maanaadu’ features Silambarasan, SJ Suryah and Kalyani Priyadarshan in the lead roles. The supporting cast includes Bharathiraja, S A Chandrasekhar, Karunakaran, Premgi Amaren, Anjena Kirti, Manoj Bharathiraja, Udhaya, Arun Mohan, Aravind Akash, Daniel Annie Pope, Ravikanth and Shreekumar. It’s bankrolled by Suresh Kamatchi under V House Productions and the music and background score are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The cinematography is handled by Richard M. Nathan.
By Srilakshmi Mudunuri < 1 min read
‘Anubhavinchu Raja’ Is a Full-On Romantic Comedy

‘Anubhavinchu Raja’ Is a Full-On Romantic Comedy

‘Anubhavinchu Raja’ is a romantic comedy written and directed by Sreenu Gavireddy. The movie features Raj Tarun and Kashish Khan in the lead roles along with Posani Krishna Murali, Aadukalam Naren, Ajay, Ravi Krishna, Sudharshan, Temper Vamsi, Aadharsh Balakrishna and Ariyana. The film will be released on November 26.
By Srilakshmi Mudunuri < 1 min read
Should You Watch The Telugu Romantic Drama ‘Poster’?

Should You Watch The Telugu Romantic Drama ‘Poster’?

Featuring Vijay Dharan, Rashi Singh and Akshata Sonawane in the lead roles, ‘Poster’ is written and directed by TMR. The supporting cast includes Shivaji Raja and Kasi Vishwanath. The dialogues are penned by Nivas and cinematography is by Rahul. The music and background score are composed by Sandy Addanki and editing is done by Marthand K Venkatesh and Kasarla Mahesh. ‘Poster’ is bankrolled by T Mahipal Reddy, T Shekhar Reddy, A Ganga Reddy and I G Reddy under the Sri Sai Pushpa Creations banner.
By Ajay Mudunuri < 1 min read
See more articles
Privacy Note
By using website), you are fully accepting the Privacy Policy available at governing your access to Bookmyshow and provision of services by Bookmyshow to you. If you do not accept terms mentioned in the Privacy Policy, you must not share any of your personal information and immediately exit Bookmyshow.
List your Show
Got a show, event, activity or a great experience? Partner with us & get listed on BookMyShow
Contact today!
Copyright 2021 © Bigtree Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
The content and images used on this site are copyright protected and copyrights vests with the respective owners. The usage of the content and images on this website is intended to promote the works and no endorsement of the artist shall be implied. Unauthorized use is prohibited and punishable by law.