REVIEW: ‘Aarya S3,’ co-directed by Shraddha Pasi Jairath, Ram Madhvani, and Kapil Sharma, is an engrossing drama that carries on the compelling narrative of its predecessors. The drama transports viewers to a dangerous, money-driven, and suspicious society. All of these folks, but particularly Aarya Sareen, the main character, seem to live in an uncomfortable underworld of constant stress where you always have to look over your shoulder.
The essential plot points of the previous seasons are still present. Aarya is a single mother raising her three children, each of which is struggling in their own way, while navigating the world of illegal commerce. Aarya is having an affair with Roop (Shweta Pasricha), the girl who helps her with her drug business; her youngest son, Veer (Viren Vazirani), is acting aggressively in school; and her daughter, Arundhati (Virti Vaghani), is now into poetry.