Kota Factory Season 2: Explanation of the End of the Netflix Series!


Kota Factory is available on Netflix! If you want to know all about the explanation for the end of Season 2, read on! The young adults of Kota Factory Season 2 are the ones making this coming-of-age journey, but unlike the Ranbir Kapoor-style stories where everyone wants to ditch boring professions and choose a “creative” path. To find out if a season 3 will see the light of day, read this.

These young people want to be better in their studies and to excel in their exams. That's okay, they're too young to know what to do, but they don't just walk around blindly. They ask the right questions and try to form an informed opinion.

After a glorious first season, Kota Factory is back with its season 2 on Netflix. The series is set in Kota, a student town, and follows the life of Vaibhav, a 17-year-old who aspires to excel in his academics and believes that this is the most important moment of his life. Continue reading if you have any questions about the Kota Factory Season 2 finale!


On JEE Advance results day, the mood is polarized in Kota. Vaibhav, Meena, and Uday head to town to see what's going on, as their elders find out whether they made it into an IIT or not.

Vaibhav and Meena are also eager to learn the passing results because they took the exam and did well. They believe that if they manage to get even half of the admission threshold, they will surpass it next year.

Meanwhile, Maheshwari Classes proves his prowess once again when Utsav Manglani, ranked first in India, is revealed to be his pupil. The institution gets into a festive atmosphere and the trio goes there to enjoy it.

There, they find out that Utsav has been offered a BMW 5 Series for his achievement, which impresses them. However, they realize that despite this achievement, there will always be students who will be disappointed and will not reach a level where they will be appreciated as much as the person higher ranked than them.

Elsewhere, Jeetu, depressed by his seminary experience, returns home to throw the annual party for his unsuccessful students. He lectures them on failure but cheers them up and tells them to enjoy the food, drink, and music.

Vaibhav and Meena are delighted to learn that the eligibility threshold was 95 and that they scored 40 and 60 respectively in three hours. However, they face a harsh reality from the elders who tell them that since they only tried Class 11 questions, they should have done them in half the time.

As the students enjoy the party, Bablu receives a phone call about Vernali trying to kill himself after failing the exam. As he tells Jeetu about it, ambulance sirens are heard in the background.

On Jeetu's voiceover, the screen shows a montage of Kota's numerous locales, with Jeetu explaining that he is terrified of earnest students. He claims that it pains his heart to confront them if they fail because they listen to his teachings and sermons without asking questions. The screen suddenly fades black, leaving Vernali's fate a mystery.

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