Here’s a list of our favourite characters who made an impact in the shows they were part of, and we can’t wait for them to return
Romanticising fictional characters is the favourite job of cinema lovers. There’s no answer to the “Why?” because they are all shades attractive for various reasons. Of late, the OTT space has given us some of the rawest, most beautiful, impactful, and most powerful characters to cherish. Since they all come from the world of the long-format show, there is a hope to meet them again on screen, and we can’t really wait
So, here’s listing our favourite characters on screen that we are dying to watch again in the sequel of their shows:
Karan Mehra, played by Arjun Mathur, is one of the most sensitively crafted characters we’ve seen in recent times. He had traits that made the audience connect with his emotions, struggle, and happiness in an instant. Left at a cliffhanger, fans are eager to watch what Karan does next in the upcoming season.
Amit Sadh plays broody cop Kabir Sawant in Breathe: Into The Shadows, and he received a lot of love for it. The fact that he faces a moral conundrum on a pretty much daily basis makes the audience empathise with him. However, he is just not a regular ruthless cop; he is one with a heart.
Produced by Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, Bard Of Blood features Emraan Hashmi in the lead role. The series is about an ex-RAW agent who’s been assigned to lead a secret mission — to rescue the four Indian soldiers kidnapped by a group of Taliban militants in Quetta. He fails to consider his competitors and undertakes this expedition alone, but later finds that he needs more people to help him.
Starring Huma Qureshi in the lead role, Leila tells the story of a mother looking for her lost daughter in the dystopian land of Aryavarta.
Ali Fazal breathed life into Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur. Bold, powerful, and yet deeply emotional, everyone rooted for the character’s win in the revenge drama. His flamboyance and emotional bandwidth connected with the audience, and how. Well, we are psyched to watch his next move in Mirzapur S3.
Relatable, funny, and witty describes Shrikant Tiwari of The Family Man the best. Essayed by Manoj Bajpayee, the character won everyone’s heart with his day-to-day struggle with time management, family, and work, even as an undercover officer. It would be exciting to go on another mission with Shrikant next season.
Talking about a raw agent and not mentioning KK Menon’s Himmat Singh of Special OPS is… well, impossible. The character shared a strong bond with the audience with its nuance in both seasons, making the third the most anticipated.
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