'Without Munna Bhaiya Mirzapur is....': Disappointed Fans Turn to Memes After Lacklustre Mirzapur Season 3

The emotional impact of Bablu Pandit's death, portrayed by Vikrant Massey, brought tears to many eyes, while Pankaj Tripathi's chilling performance as Kaleen Bhaiya left viewers spellbound. In the second season, Ali Fazal's Guddu Pandit’s quest for revenge had fans rooting for him, and Divyenndu’s portrayal of the power-hungry Munna Bhaiya was a standout.
Mirzapur Season 3: Fans Disappointed

Mirzapur Season 3: Fans Disappointed

After a four-year wait, Mirzapur Season 3 has finally been released, but it has failed to meet fans' high expectations. The first season, which premiered in 2018, gained viewers' attention with its intense mix of action, deceit, politics, and power. The emotional impact of Bablu Pandit's death, portrayed by Vikrant Massey, brought tears to many eyes, while Pankaj Tripathi's chilling performance as Kaleen Bhaiya left viewers spellbound. In the second season, Ali Fazal's Guddu Pandit’s quest for revenge had fans rooting for him, and Divyenndu’s portrayal of the power-hungry Munna Bhaiya was a standout.
Now, after an agonising four-year wait, Mirzapur 3 has dropped at midnight, only to leave fans feeling disappointed. Guddu and Kaleen Bhaiya return, joined by Rasika Dugal as Beena Tripathi and Shweta Tripathi as Golu. However, the absence of Munna Bhaiya is strongly felt. Eager fans binge-watched the new season immediately, only to find that while the show maintains its violent edge, the brutality often seems excessive and lacks the impactful storytelling of the previous seasons. Fans have pointed out that the earlier charm of the series lay in its quiet moments amidst the chaos—a nuance missing in Season 3.
The widespread disappointment was evident. Some fans found the season boring, while others criticised the weak storyline. The internet quickly buzzed with humorous memes and jokes on "X."
One fan lamented, “MIRZAPUR Season 1 >>>>>>> Season 2 and 3. Worst experience in Season 3…. no content, no story, no action... too much boring season.” Another quipped, “#MirzapurS3 is like a slow-cooked khichdi—too many characters and plots mixed together, making it a boring mess.” Another Wrote: "Without Munna Bhaiya Mirzapur is big 0, what is this guddu golu."
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