Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain, Rajesh Tailang, Produced by: Jeff Sagansky, Florence Sloan, Andrew Lockington
Cinema: Johan Heurlin Aidt
So and continuing a number of films and shows during the lock-down period, the original web series Delhi Crime is our selection to be made today! This series is produced on Amazon Prime under the direction of Richie Mehta.
Delhi crime web series Trailer
How is it? What is it?
The webseries are all about the fearsome 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape in Delhi. It is part of the fact and fiction of the story, where Vartika Chaturvedi (Shefali Shah), a deputy police commissaire, is tasked with finding the guilty persons for assault and death.
Web series Pluse point and good point
The whole process is shown in a highly realistic way and how the Delhi police went about shouting the guilty. The fantastic crime and the very ideology behind this screenplay and how all that is shown in the back and front is good. Shefali Shah is excellent as the DSP, evoking strong emotions. She has the hardest part, but with aplomb she pays. Another interesting character is Sudhir Kumar’s (Gopal Datt Tiwari).
In handling cases of high profile, the Knitty gritty of the police department was well displayed. The doctor explains a scene where you are shocked at how violent the gang rape is. The media frenzy, public outrage, political interference, and even opportunism surrounding the case have been demonstrated, but that is not the intention of Delhi Crime because the cop’s approach remains the focus.
what wrong with this web Series?
When the backstories of several cops are presented in detail, the series tends to get some little slow. Some more known actors should have been chosen to improve the effectiveness of things. The story is a little complex and some people won’t easily get through the scenes.
Overall, Delhi Crime is an emotional, rude, hard – hitting web series. The performance of the lead cast and the whole configuration keep you hooked. This series ends as a solid watch for the lock-down period, without the slightly complex tales, those who want a good understanding of what happened in the case of Nirbhayas and how the cops pulled the culprits.