Mirzapur season 3 spoilers: Is Chote Tyagi really dead? Post credit scene confirms fate

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The new series of Mirzapur was filled with twists and turns from start to finish. Fresh faces were added to the equation as Guddu Pandit (played by Ali Fazal) and Golu Gupta (Shweta Tripathi) embarked on a path of revenge against the Tripathis. Season two saw the introduction of another crime family the Tyagis, who were not impressed by Golu.

Is Chote Tyagi really dead in Mirzapur?

WARNING: This article contains major spoilers from Mirzapur season 2

Golu had a sexually-charged relationship with Chote Tyagi (played by Vijay Varma) as he went behind his father’s back and cut an opium deal with her.

When his father Dadda (Lilliput) discovered the truth, he was left furious at his son’s double dealings and demanded Chote summon Golu to answer to him directly.

However, Golu refused to come as she was hellbent on killing the Tripathis back in Mirzapur.

As punishment, Dadda forced Chote to execute his uncle for his complicity in the secret drug deal.

But Chote couldn’t go through with it and there was a huge shootout during which both he and his twin brother Bharat (also Varma) were shot.

Dadda was left reeling in shock after it looked like both of his sons may have died but it appeared Bharat had survived while Chote perished.

Fans have been speculating whether Chote really is dead and have come up with a theory suggesting he survived and switched places at the last moment with his elder brother.

The post-credits scene – which some fans may have missed – clearly implies Chote is now pretending to be his sibling.

In the scene, Chote plays with a wedding ring which seems to be ill-fitting on his finger as Dadda is heard calling for his brother “Senior”.

The moment where it seemed like Chote had switched places was when he failed to play with the ring in the same way as his brother used to, hinting at a change.

From the scene, it’s heavily implied Chote will use his new position to his advantage within the family business.

One Mirzapur fan called Nautanki Analyst posted on Quora: “Well if you have seen the second season you will be able to differentiate both the twins.

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“As Bharat Tyagi (Bade) was having the habit of spinning his ring. But when Shatrughna tries to copy his elder brothers habit he fails.

“Which means that he was lying to Dadda that Chote is dead and he is Bade. Actually he is Chote and now he will act as Bade in front of his family.

“It’s really confusing but still I tried to make it as simple as I can. Hope you finally got the answer. So now if you are aware of who is dead and who is alive [sic].”

While Reddit user RecycledJoker said: “Also, surprised to see so many people not getting who lived between the twins, it’s made clear so explicitly.

“Frankly, didn’t even have to watch the post credits scene! Guys, what are you doing? Lol.”

User jghjasmine123 said: “I’m interested in Chote Tyagi and how he manages to live in his brother’s shoes.”

Actor Varma seemed to confirm the fate of the twins after he was asked about it on Twitter by a fan, who wrote: “@MrVijayVarma Bro I’ve been scratching my head since last night. Is chhote dead or is bade?”

Although he didn’t give anything away, he did respond, writing: “Watch last episode post credit scene” and posted an emoji of some twins.

Fans will have to see if Amazon Prime Video gives Mirzapur a season three renewal and how Chote will use this power he now has.

Mirzapur seasons 1 and 2 are streaming on Amazon Prime Video now

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