‘Aarya 3 Review: Sushmita Sen Tigress Returns, Fiercer Than Ever

'Aarya' Season 3 Review: Sushmita Sen's Tigress Returns, Fiercer Than Ever

“Aarya” Season 3, the highly anticipated third season of the critically acclaimed Hotstar Specials series, is streaming from Nov. 3, 2023, and it does not disappoint. Sushmita Sen returns as Aarya Sareen, the formidable matriarch of the Sareen family, who is now more determined than ever to protect her loved ones and build her empire.

The season picks up a few months after the events of Season 2, with Aarya having successfully consolidated her power in the Sareen family business. However, her new position comes at a price, as she is now constantly targeted by enemies from all sides.

Darker and more intense

Aarya Season 3 is a darker and more intense season than its predecessors. The show takes a deeper dive into the world of crime and violence, and Aarya is forced to make some difficult choices to survive and protect her family.

Sen delivers a powerhouse performance as Aarya. She is fierce, vulnerable, and complex all at the same time. She is the heart and soul of the show, and her performance is one of the main reasons Aarya Season 3 is such a success.

The season has four episodes, each with a different title and plot.

Here are the names and descriptions of the episodes:

  • Episode 1: ‘The Return’. Aarya returns to India after two years of hiding in New Zealand, hoping to reunite with her children and settle her scores with the enemies still after her.
  • Episode 2: ‘The Trap’. Aarya is lured into a trap by a mysterious caller who claims to have information about her husband’s killer. She finds herself in a dangerous situation that tests her loyalty and courage.
  • Episode 3: ‘The Betrayal’. Aarya discovers a shocking truth about someone close to her who has been working against her all along. She has to make a difficult choice between love and justice.
  • Episode 4: ‘The End’. Aarya faces the final confrontation with her nemesis, who has a sinister plan to destroy her and her family. She has to use all her wit and strength to survive and protect what matters to her.
'Aarya' Season 3 Review: Sushmita Sen's Tigress Returns, Fiercer Than Ever


The supporting cast is also excellent, with Sikandar Kher, Ankur Bhatia, and Chandrachur Singh all delivering memorable performances. The show’s writing and direction are also top-notch, creating a suspenseful and thrilling atmosphere that will keep you hooked until the very end.