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The Great Indian Murder Web Series Review : Pratik Gandhi & Richa Chadha Murder Mystery Series



The Great Indian Murder
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The Great Indian Murder is a Murder Mystery Series,starring Pratik Gandhi & Richa Chadha.The web series is directed By Tigmanshu Dhulia.

The series is based on Vikas Swarup’s 2008 novel Six Suspects, has multiple subplots that track the pasts of those believed to have killed Vicky Rai. Jatin Goswami’s devilish performance as Vicky is among the series’ highlights.

You can Enjoy All Episodes of this interesting web series on Hotspot Apps.

Cast: Richa Chadha, Pratik Gandhi, Ashutosh Rana, Jatin Goswami, Raghuvir Yadav, Sharib Hashmi, Shashank Arora, Amey Wagh, Mani and Ensemble.

Creator: Tigmanshu Dhulia.

Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia.

Streaming On/OTT: Disney+ Hotstar.

Language: Hindi/English (with subtitles).

Runtime: 9 Episodes, Around 45 Minutes Each.

The Great Indian Murder Web Series Review

Vicky Rai (Jatin Goswami) is bumped off in the opening episode but his shadow and the bullet that cuts short his life necessarily looms large over the whodunit and drives the nine-episode narrative backwards as the motives and histories of the guests are divulged.

Review BY :Saibal Chatterjee

Visit website: NDTV

The nine-part series is based on Vikas Swarup’s 2016 novel, ‘Six Suspects’ which begins with Vivek aka Vicky Rai, son of Uttar Pradesh Home Minister, shooting to death a bartender Ruby Gill at a trendy restaurant in New Delhi. Incidentally, this opening was similar to the Jessica Call murder case in which Manu Sharma, son of politician Venod Sharma, gunned down the model for refusing to serve him drinks at a swanky resto-bar in the Capital.

Review BY :Hiren Kotwani

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Adapted by Tigmanshu Dhulia, Vijay Maurya and Puneet Sharma, The Great Indian Murder is based on Vikas Swarup’s book Six Suspects. Now, I haven’t read the book, so my analysis is entirely based on the show that hits Hotstar. Whodunnit as a genre walks on a very thin line where it is supposed to hook its audience by giving only much that they have enough fodder to chew and also make sure that the fodder doesn’t spoil the big reveal.

Review BY: Shubham Kulkarni

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The Great Indian Murder is at its best when it’s following Munna and Eketi’s tracks. Surrounding them is a whirlpool of corruption: ethical, moral, political, financial, the list goes on.

Review BY :Devarsi Ghosh

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Most scenes land with absolutely zero impact — as we push deeper and deeper, it’s mind-bogglingly excruciating to watch as Dhulia (the sole director) haplessly struggles with the material. And while the book had enough narrative intrigue to push you through its hackneyed clichéd ideas, the Disney+ Hotstar adaptation is all backstory and no forward momentum.

Review BY : Akhil Arora

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