Kota Factory Season 3: Officially confirmed by the director

Director “Raghav Subbu” talks about the creation of the world of Kota Factory, its unique Indian factor, and what the show's future holds including Kota Factory season 3

One of the most well-known web shows for Indians is TVF’s Kota Factory. The series grew in popularity after it was released on Netflix’s massive platform. It’s no surprise that Kota Factory season 2 has received such positive feedback from fans. Now after season 2 finished airing, fans are looking forward to Kota Factory season 3.

The series is the first Indian black and white web series, it was first released on 16 April 2019. The show follows the lives of the students who are pursuing the engineering entrance exam, JEE (Joint Entrance Examination). Following, the daily lives of these young students who are frequently pressured by their peers and society to succeed in order to live a comfortable life.

The series depicts the lives of students in Kota, Rajasthan, which is home to a plethora of coaching institutes. Even though the show is about engineering students, there is no doubt that the show’s fan base is far larger. After its premiere in 2019, the series instantly became one of TVF’s most popular shows.

Kota Factory Season 3: Officially confirmed by the director
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In the show, you’ll see how students who came from their hometown to study in Kota lived there and struggled to settle in a new city while dealing with the stress of studying far away from their families. Although the show is about students and exams, the show’s creators made it more accessible by including the love angle between Vaibhav and Vartika (a medical student).

Season 2 picks off where Season 1 left off, with Vaibhav changing PGs and relocating far away from his former friends and Vartika in order to focus on his academics. How can an educational story be completed without a teacher? “Jeetu bhaiya” serves as a source of inspiration for his students in their efforts to pass these competitive tests. Actor “Jitendra Kumar” played the role of “Jeetu Bhaiya” wonderfully, and he became the show’s heart, as he is the audience’s favorite.

Director’s Perspective:

Raghav Subbu wants to portray Kota in such a way that visitors “experience the depth of Kota; comprehend what the world is like.” However, he also intended to remind people of some ideals that they may have “lost along the road.” “This city is about resilience, about striving to be better than you are and succeeding.”

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“Our goals may differ, but our journeys are remarkably similar,” he added. Raghav wanted to present Kota in a way that makes you “feel the motivation behind living in a city like Kota,” in addition to crafting an enjoyable show.

Kota factory season 3 cast:

Since there is no official information on the show’s third season, it is difficult to speculate on the future cast. However, if the previous cast returns for Season 2, then the same cast will most likely return for Season 3. Returning the prior cast has a far better chance. However, depending on the story’s needs, there are options for introducing new faces alongside the old ones.

Season 3: When is it going to be Release?

The renewal of the series has yet to be officially announced by Netflix. Fans are wondering what will happen in Season 3 of Kota Factory. We anticipate the release of Season 3 of Kota Factory very soon, as the Director is already a co-fiend. The show’s production has already been announced, so there’s no question that Netflix will release Season 3 as well. The show’s third season will most likely be released in 2022.

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Raghav, the director of Kota Factory, recently spoke about the show’s future plans. Raghav Shubbu discusses Kota Factory Season 3 and everything related to it.  However, based on speculation, season 3’s storyline may focus on the life of an IITian or post-exam difficulties. As the series’ creator, Saurabh Sharma has previously stated that IIT preparation for young children is often traumatizing. Not everyone will be able to pass their tests, and those who do not succeed despite putting in a lot of effort have been left depressed.


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