Aashram Season 3 Review: Trying to make a smart show, but the lack remained, the performances handled

Aashram Season 3 Review

Director: Prakash Jha

Cast: Bobby Deol, Aditi Pohankar, Chandan Roy Sanyas, Darshan Kumar, Anupriya Goenka, Esha Gupta, Sachin Shroff, Adhyayan Suman and Tridha Choudhary

The third season of Bobby Deol’s series Ashram, a badnaam ashram has been streamed. Like every time, this time too the fans are very excited to watch this series. Baba Nirala is back once again in this series directed by Prakash Jha. So if you are planning to watch the series then read this review. This time there are more than 10 episodes of the third series of Ashram. The third season of this series has taken 2 years to make and the name of this season is Ek Badnaam Ashram. So after reading the name, it is understood that this ashram is a bad place which is being run by a bad man. This time the series is not much fun and thriller, just saved it by the superb performance of the cast. 


The ashram is based on Nirala Baba who forms a political/criminal empire in the form of Baba. It starts from last season when one of his disciples Pammi (Aditi Pohankar) escaped from his clutches after being sexually abused by him and is now out for revenge.  

Aashram Season 3 Review

Esha Gupta, who plays an internationally popular publicist and brand consultant, introduced her to a seductive dance sequence at the ashram. 


Bobby Deol has done a great job. Seeing him as Baba Nirala, it seems as if no one else can do this except him. Despite being a negative role, the audience liked him. Bobby has got full support of Chandan Roy Sanyal. Chandan has played the character of Bhopa Singh very well. Along with this, the talent of other stars like Anupriya Goenka and Darshan Kumar was also shown in the show. Even though both did not get much screen space, but both have left their mark in less space as well. Isha played the character of Sonia well, but she was used less in the show.

Overall, Ashram has tried a lot to make a smart show, but it failed because it was not written smartly. Taking it from the real world and taking it to a world where many fake things were seen. Reality was missing. The first and second seasons were liked so much because of the reality.

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