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Kota Factory Season 3: Jitendra Kumar Impresses With His Steady And Controlled Performance

Kota Factory Season 3: Jitendra Kumar Impresses With His Steady And Controlled Performance

Season 3 of Kota Factory is filled with continuous chatter and complex math problems, sticking to its established formula. However, this season introduces a new sharpness to its previously sweet and sour mix.

The five new episodes of Kota Factory dive deeper into the intense world of Kota’s IIT coaching scene, capturing the students’ struggles as they approach the crucial IIT-JEE Advanced Examination. The series, directed by Raghav Subbu and produced by Arunabh Kumar, adds complexity without losing its realistic essence.

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The season explores the pressures of academics, the stress of exams, and the fear of disappointing parents and teachers. It focuses on characters like Vaibhav, Meena, Uday, Vartika, Shivangi, and Meenal, showcasing their emotional highs and lows.

Director Pratish Mehta, with writers Puneet Batra and Pravin Yadav, expands the narrative to include the perspectives of the coaching staff, particularly Jeetu Bhaiya (Jitendra Kumar) and Pooja (Tillotama Shome). Their career dilemmas are highlighted alongside the students’ challenges.

Jeetu Bhaiya, grappling with personal and professional issues, finds support from Pooja and a therapist, Dr. Sudha Vyas (Sohaila Kapur). The series also emphasizes the friendships and romantic entanglements of the students, adding depth to their journey.

The acting remains relatable, with standout performances by Jitendra Kumar, Tillotama Shome, and Mayur More, supported effectively by Ranjan Raj and Alam Khan. Season 3 continues to deliver insightful, entertaining content, maintaining the show’s momentum.