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48 Hours, Abhay, Season Finale: Web Series Review


48 Hours, Abhay, Season Finale: Web Series Review

Cast: Prashant Narayanan, Kunal Kemmu, Elnaaz Norouzi, Sandeepa Dhar, Maninee Mishra.

Director: Ken Ghosh.

Language: Hindi.

Genre: Crime, Thriller.

Channel: ZEE5.

Release Date: 3rd May 2019.


Govind is dead. Natasha and Abhay inch toward friendship. Abhay and his team close in on Jaykishan aka UP ka kasaee. All is well and good, but why is Natasha injured and in hospital? Abhay throws a last curveball at you, leaving you reeling and wrapping up the season in an applaud-worthy manner.


  • Abhay wraps up the series with an amazing twist at the end, making you appreciate the series and see it in a whole new light. The final episode definitely makes it one of the best season finales in the entertainment world.
  • Kunal Kemmu’s Abhay has always dappled in the grey area throughout the series, with his severe, unlawful way of doling out consequences to the culprits in his own way. In this end episode, when Abhay and team are in Jaykishan’s home, their conversation, very much like the one in Raman Raghav 2.0 between Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vicky Kaushal, rests the conflicting emotions regarding Abhay. His last actions also draw out in clear lines his character arc, leaving you stunned and wishing there was more of him to see. You can’t help but appreciate Kunal’s subtle yet impactful performance.
  • Same goes for Elnaaz Norouzi’s Natasha. She is an obsessive, psychotic character and her sudden change of heart can leave you in doubt, and the end solves it in an incredible flourish. As all the personal drama Abhay has been facing comes to a conclusion, you can’t help but wish that Namit Das’ Govind didn’t deserve the treatment he got.
  • All in all, Abhay is wrapped up in a package for those of you who haven’t watched it yet, ready to blow your mind with its attention to details and brilliant plotlines.


  • Not a thing.

Bottom Line:

Abhay finally comes to a more than satisfactory end, maintaining and carrying the thriller aspect of the series till the very end.

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Shraddha Raut

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