Massa Tada (Ravi Dubey) is caught starting the gas station he gave to his mother after his soldier father lost his life in Pak Cargil’s Indo War. His deception catches the attention of rogue cop ACP Teraj Singh (Ravi Kishan), who vows to catch the con man. In the prison, he finds up a mentor for himself in the Anand Pandit (Piyush Mishra), who, after serving his sentence, prepares him for life outside the prison with the teachings of the Mahabharata.
This game of cat and mouse follows, mixed with some deception tasks.
As the title suggests, the series revolves around “kaand” (deception), which Matthias perpetrates in critical situations with the help of a unique disguise. And each episode has a particular title, according to a mythological character or critical situation, especially from the Mahabharata.
Supervisor. Also interesting is the way Anand’s lessons from the great epic are told about Matthias. For example, the first episode, titled “Abhimanyu”, parallels Arjuna and Subhadra’s 16-year-old son. He departs for Chakravyuha without knowing the way out while Matsia tries to escape prison disguised as a prison escapee.
Despite the ten-cent stereotype, Shiv Singh’s script will have you hooked. And while you can sometimes predict, history keeps you excited about what happens next.
Bollywood has made several high-budget heist films. One that immediately springs to mind when the protagonist looks different is Dhoom 2, where Hrithik Roshan uses different characters – including an older woman, an ancient dwarf cleaner, and even one Statue. Nonetheless, director Arun Buyan does a decent job telling this cat-and-mouse hunt about a con man operating in places like Meerut, Delhi, and Jaipur, and a ruthless cop who goes after him.
Sometimes scenarios seem vast, as in the case of a betting order. Thanks to the actors, they made sure that the screen procedures did not leave the audience yawning.
Ravi Dubey fulfilled his role and played Matsia out of faith.
Although he is unrecognizable in various disguises, his first outfit suffers from Kabir Singh’s hangover. He effectively draws graphics of his characters from his youth. Through years of training in prison and a lean cameraman on the outside. Ravi Kishan does a great job as Teraj Singh, and his character entry sparks a game of cat and mouse. Rajesh Sharma seems to be enjoying his role as corrupt betting magnate Suri Saxena. Who will stop at nothing to get back her debts from missing players.
Piyush Mishra, who plays the narrator in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha (alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone). Which is just as good as Anand Pandit. A prisoner who teaches the Mahabharata. Who teaches Matthias to use his brain muscles and be a swindler. To avenge the crimes imposed on him. to kill them and facilitate their safety. Zoya Afroz and Madhur Mittal are worthy allies of Patsi Urvashi and Raju Rajeshwar, respectively, and support.
Saloni Dhatrak’s production designs are good, and cinematographer Manojh Reddy has precisely captured the action in real-life locations in Delhi, Meerut, Jaipur and Sambhar, where the story takes place. Mickey Sharma’s edit could be clearer to speed up the delay.
The show’s final scene reveals that there is a lot more to Matsya Kaand, and the gameplay may become more complex and sharp in the following seasons. In conclusion, Matsya Kaand is an exciting watch for the exciting plot and compelling performances of Ravii Dubey, Ravi Kishan, Piyush and Rajesh.