Can someone explain the ending of Mirzapur.
Who is the character at the end scene cutting his hair taking an oath? Why is he relevant now?
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In the end, the person who is cutting his hair is "SHARAD", son of "Rati Shankar Shukla" who has been thrown out of Mirzapur and later killed by Guddu pandit..
It has a major relevance at the end of the series signifying that he will make a entry into politics (which he didn't wanted to, in the first place) of ultimately take revenge of his father death.
Moreover, the makers of Mirzapur marketed the show as
Mirzapur - Dimak aur Gun dono Chalegi
It signifies Guddu pandit's Gun and Bablu pandit's Brain. But in the last episode, Bablu pandit is killed by Munna Tripathi. Hence, Sharad is idle choice to replace him as he is also shown to be a intellectual person which make the relevance more pronounced.
The character in the end is Sharad
It was a perfect ending leading to a lot of possibilities for Season 2 of Mirzapur as now there will be multiple rivalries.
Now in this hatred triangle provides a lot of possibilities of teaming up against each other which might be plot of season 2 of Mirzapur.
Considering the above explanations, Sharad is an intellectual, so there are sure chances of joining any one side against the other then at the right time own Mirzapur's hold avenging his father's death. That's how politics work... Sharad's chances of joining hands with Tripathi are greater because there was an agreement between Rati Shukla and Kaleen bhayya not to create violence against each other.