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Tandav (TV Series 2021): Cast, Trailer, Review and More

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Tandav is an Indian web series airing on Amazon Prime Video. It is created, directed, and produced by Ali Abbas Zafar. This web series is Ali Abbas’s digital debut. The script is written by Gaurav Solanki.  Tandav is a political thriller drama. You can watch the trailer of Tandav here:

 

The web series aired on Amazon Prime Video from 15th January 2021 onwards.

The Cast

Name of the Actor Character in Tandav
Saif Ali Khan  Samar Pratap Singh (the son of a three-term Prime Minister)
Dimple Kapadia  Anuradha Kishore (an old friend of Devki Nandan     Singh)
Sunil Grover Gurpal Singh
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Shiva Shekhar ( a student in VNU)
Anup Soni Kailash Kumar
Kritika Kamra Sana Mir (a student in VNU)
Sarah Jane Dias Ayesha Pratap Singh (wife of Samar Pratap Singh)
Gauahar Khan Maithili Sharan (Anuradha’s Personal Assistant)
Dino Morea Professor Jigar Sampath
Tigmanshu Dhulia Devki Nandan Singh (Father of Samar Pratap Singh)
Sandhya Mridul  Professor Sandhya Nigam
Priyal Mahajan Rhea Pratap Singh ( Daughter of Samar Pratap Singh )
Neha Hinge Garima Deswal
Amyra  Dastur Ada Mir
Parv Kaila Vishal Awasthi
Shonali Nagrani Aditi Mishra
Sukhmai Sadana Divya Ahluwalia (Doctor)
Hiten Tejwani  Ajay Ahluwalia (Editor at NNN)
Tasneem Khan Disha Kapoor

Tandav Review

When one watches the trailer of Tandav, one might expect trending issues like farmers’ protests, student agitation, or dynasty politics. However, Tandav does do not focus with sincerity on all these and feels like has lost sight of the more important issue that was to be considered.

Although performance-wise, Sunil Grover steals all the attention. Saif Ali Khan also looks good and appeals to the audience in his character. Dimple Kapadia, Kritika Kmara, Gauahar Khan have also played their part really well. However, the audience felt the story was not well-connected as it left many loopholes in between. For instance, when the Prime Minister gets killed in his premise, the investigation does not take place. Like how is this possible??

All in all, if you find political dramas interesting, you can definitely watch the show and make your own opinion of the show.

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