Amit Sadh praised by fans and critics for his performance in Breathe Into the Shadows Series

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Actor Amit Sadh, known for his mind-blowing performances in Kai Po Che, Guddu Rangeela, Jeet ki Zidd and many more has floored the audiences once again with his performance in the Amazon Prime series Breathe Into the Shadows.

After giving us two compelling seasons, Breathe and Breathe: Into the Shadows Season 1, Amit Sadh is back with the highly anticipated Season 2 of Breathe: Into the Shadows. The very first season gave us an impeccable storyline with Amit Sadh’s unconventional role officer Kabir Singh and his character arc has continued.

The OTT thriller, now streaming, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh and Nitya Menen was directed by Mayank Sharma. From the intricate twists and turns to inspector Kabir joining the dots to unveiling the secrets, this season has truly entertained The audience. The season also has an interesting character development of actor Abhishek Bachchan. Boasting a stellar cast, the storyline that is full on a psychological warfare will keep you at the edge of your seat.

The actor is famous for being every director’s dream because he is known to always give his 110 percent with every character he has played. And same is the case in the latest season of the hit OTT series Breathe. In season 1 and 2 of Breathe, Amit Sadh was so good that fans still continue to rave and praise. So it was only natural that audiences were excited to see him take over the show once again in the third instalment. And from what we have seen Amit Sadh delivered!

The third instalment of Breathe was released on November 9th, on Prime Video. Starring Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen, Sayami Kher and the new entrant Naveen Kasturia, the show has been directed by Mayank Sharma. Amit Sadh’s performance has been a true highlight of this compelling investigative thriller and comes as a perfect binge-watch for the coming weekend. Get ready for a thrilling weekend. Thank us later!

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