Hostel Daze Season 3 Review | Not Good At All

Hostel Daze Season 3 Review

Amazon Prime is delivering back-to-back content these days. First came Breathe Into The Shadows season 2, and now season 3 of Hostel Daze has come.

So is season 3 of Hostel Daze good or not? Would it be a good idea to spend your time on it? Let’s find out together.

In season 3, the plots develops and it is revealed that the students have now started their third year. So what is the atmosphere like in the third year? Which Hostel Daze Season 3 reveal.

Hostel Daze Season 3 Review

If I define Hostel Daze season 3 as being completely full of chatter, other than that, nothing was present. If you feel that Hostel Daze season 3 has a good story and there is a good bond between the characters, then no, here the focus has been put only and only on the gossipy things.

People who like to listen to nonsense in TV shows, movies, etc., then yes, this series is for you. 

First of all, I personally liked the dialogue; a spoof comedy has been prepared; there are references to Bollywood movies, etc.

So overall, the references work well, and this thing was impressive in the comedy portion, especially in episode 2, where the level of comedy was good. It is good if you understand the references.

hostel daze season 3 review

The length of the episodes in this series is not very long, and it progresses in a fast-paced manner, so you will not spend much time, and the chances of getting bored are absolutely zero.

At some places, actors go over the top, and this was the demand of the story.

The work of Nikhil Vijay, Adarsh Gourav, and Shubham Gaur was excellent.

The most heartwarming aspect of this series is when stand-up comedians appear; yes, stand-up comedians also participate in this show, like Vipul Goyal, Raju Srivastav.

Raju Srivastav has the last appearance in this series, and his work is commendable, although at some places it also makes one feel emotional.

Hostel Daze Season 3 Cast

  • Nikhil Vijay as Jatin aka Jhantoo
  • Shubham Gaur as Rupesh Bhati aka Jaat
  • Luv Vispute as Chirag Bansal
  • Sahil Verma as Rakhi
  • Ayushi Gupta as Nabomita
  • Ahsaas Channa as Ankita
  • Sugandha Mishra as Alumuni Judge
  • Adarsh Gourav as Ankit Pandey
  • Harsha Chemudu as Ravi Teja
  • Harish Peddinti as Sunil Narayan
  • Utsav Sarkar as Ankit Pandey
  • Ankit Motghare as Rahul
  • Prem Anand as Lavdi Guy
  • Rashika Pradhan as Event Host
  • Raju Shrivastava as Chai Wala
  • Raghav Subbu as H2 Director
  • Kumar Varun as Chief Election Officer
  • Karunesh Talwar as Lab Assistant
  • Vipul Goyal as Officer Admin
  • Badri Chavan
  • Jasmeet Singh Bhatia
  • Abhinav Anand


There is no connection in this series; things seem to happen randomly, and in the name of the story, different topics were picked up.

I am sure that you must have seen Scratch-type videos on YouTube at some point or another, and this series gives the same feel. I did not feel at all like I was watching a web series on OTT. 

This series is far from reality; everything was over the top. A world of gossip has been prepared in such a way that it does not exist in reality.


Overall, this is not up to par; I liked only episode 2 of it, and in other places I could not feel proper enjoyment.

The quality of TVF is now decreasing continuously; TVF is no longer able to deliver the same content as before, but I will never give up on it because someday it will extract good content.

Don’t watch Hostel Daze with family because a lot of abuse has been used here.

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