Season three of the teen drama sequence ‘College Romance,' like its prototypes, dives into the problems that college students encounter to sustain their connections and companies.

'College Romance season 3’ eventually returns to the campus placing were students who never appear to study or follow a course are now in their third year.

As they reach graduation, they are facing some grown-up problems, but with the same sense of spirit, rage, and drama.

The location is again Delhi-NCR, and the characters are lively and fun to watch. After prior seasons were released there is no going back for the production.

With every season, things only get better and better with each of the characters beginning to flesh out well and situations becoming funnier and more interesting.

The director Parijat Joshi and his writers are new, but the story moves with the same enthusiasm and sparks that one doesn't catch the contrast in treatment.

The story contains all the features of full-fledged acting, romance, and action, as well as one-liners and laughter moments. 

The characters repeat their roles; regardless, their acts have become duplicative. This season begins up from where the last one had ended.

Naira played by Apoorva Arora and Bagga played by Gagan Arora are stumbling with their long-distance connection since she shifted to the US for studies.

Karan (Keshav Sadhna) with his college junior Dhatrpriya aka DP played by Nupur Nagpal are exploring their love for each other.

Deepika (Shreya Mehta) is still doubtful about what she wants minding her splits, but she holds the same bitchy behaviour wherever she goes. 

The story remains virtually uniform, but we miss the heart of the show, Trippy (Manjot Singh), who is not part of this sequel.