Poonam Singh

Fans of ‘Panchayat’ are on the edge of their seats ahead of the yet-to-be-announced release of Season 3. Anticipating twists and turns have become a trademark of the series. Crafted by The Viral Fever (TVF), the show intricately explores the complexities of village life, bureaucracy, and the clash between urban and rural cultures.

Despite the release date being shrouded in mystery, the fervor among fans remains palpable. ‘Panchayat’ has consistently delivered impactful moments across its previous seasons, creating a buzz around what the upcoming installment might unravel.

The series, available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, has gained acclaim for its authentic portrayal of rural India. 
Jitendra Kumar, playing the role of Abhishek Tripathi, has brought charm and relatability to the character, navigating a self-discovery journey amidst the challenges of his new environment.

Renowned for its insightful storytelling, ‘Panchayat’ delves into socio-economic issues such as limited access to resources, lack of infrastructure, and the urban-rural divide. 

Neena Gupta's portrayal of Manju Devi, the village head, adds an authentic dimension to the series which is also complemented by a strong supporting cast including Chandan Roy and Faisal Malik.

Season 2 concluded with a suspenseful twist, leaving characters Manju Devi and Rinki facing a transfer order for Abhishek. The cliffhanger has heightened expectations for Season 3, where fans hope lingering plot points will be resolved, and new sub-plots introduced in the previous season will develop.

As per a Statesman report, Jitendra Kumar in an interview emphasized the uniqueness of ‘Panchayat,’ stating, “I don’t think any character or film has been made on the lines of ‘Panchayat’.” Aware of the high expectations set by the success of the previous seasons, he underlined the team’s dedication to surpassing those standards, emphasizing the importance of maintaining rhythm without overdoing it.

Preparations for Panchayat Season 3 involved revisiting the first season and extensive rehearsals with the writer, director, and co-actors. Describing his character, Abhishek Tripathi, as sensitive and somewhat selfish, Jitendra Kumar acknowledged the complexity brought by writer Chandan Kumar and director Deepak Kumar Mishra.