Paatal Lok Review
Directors - Avinash Arun, Prosit Roy
Cast - Jaideep Ahlawat, Neeraj Kabi, Gul Panag, Ishwak Singh, Abhishek Banerjee, Swastika Mukherjee, Niharika Lyra Dutt
Rating: 4 stars (out of 5)
Paatal Lok Review After a long time, the Hindi web series has had some of the best in the genre of crime. Here is all about Paatal Lok Review, Rating & Story. According to the web series, this year has not been so special yet. No such web series came which set the trend among Bollywood audiences like 'Sacred Games' or 'Mirzapur'. But now perhaps the audience has found something similar. An unmatched thriller with tremendous crime, it is also served on the realistic plate. Everything is happening around you.
Amazon Prime Video's web series 'Paatal Lok' started making its buzz since the trailer. Anushka Sharma is produced with the direction of Sudeep Sharma. At the same time, the work of actors like Neeraj Kabi, Jaideep Ahlawat, Abhishek Banerjee, and Gul Panag. Let's know how we got this web series of Amazon Prime Video.
Paatal Lok, a new investigative thriller and cop drama. Looking forward to watching it over the weekend as it streams from tonight at 12 am. The trailer has been highly promising!
The story is about a policeman. The name is Hathiram Chaudhary (Jaideep Ahlawat). Posting is at Outer Jamunapar Police Station, Delhi. According to Hathiram's Watsup University, there are three worlds in the world. Swarga Loka - Where Elders Live. Dharti Lok- where he lives. Hades - Where his posting is. There is a bridge in the area of Hathiram. In the special operation of the Delhi Police, four criminals are arrested on this bridge. Hammer Tyagi, Tope Singh, Chini, and Kabir M. He is accused of conspiring to murder media tycoon Sanjeev Mehra (Neeraj Kabi). Sanjeev Mehra is a famous TV journalist with a black coat in white kulfi. One time hero and today zero in TRP. This case is assigned to Hathiram. The case has several aspects that Hathiram has to sort out. Hathiram has to not only tell the police department but also understand his family that he is a hero. Can he solve the case? To know this, you will have to watch the web series.
Sudeep Sharma has proved himself in terms of direction. Sudeep has previously written films like 'NH10' and 'Udta Punjab'. They have kept the web series very simple. As the episode progresses, it captures you so much that you continue to enter 'Patal Lok'. Sudeep has an equal grip on local language, location, and color. You will hear Punjabi in the Punjab scene. English in the High Society of New Delhi, and Bundelkhand in Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh. You will never feel that the case is going astray.
Direction has got tremendous support of acting. Jaideep Ahlawat, who plays Shahid in the first part of 'Gangs of Wasseypur', is seen in a completely different tone. The expressions on the face are like water. A distraught policeman who is fighting all three places at home and office. Jaideep has taken down the face of the policeman's happiness, sorrow, and worry. Jaideep's fellow policeman Ishwak Singh also fully supports the case of acting.
Neeraj Kabi appears in the role of a professional journalist. Neeraj seems to be perfect everywhere, from Netflix's 'Taj Mahal' to Urdu's numbered Sanjiv Mehra's furtive English. At the same time, Abhishek Banerjee, who plays Hummer Tyagi, has not said anything special to his mouth. But their eyes do everything. Gul Panag plays the character of a domestic woman very easily.
The story is the life of this web series. She tries to contain the subtractions happening in today's India. The most important thing is that the thriller and suspense remain intact till the last rod. The series takes a twist in every episode, but you can never be predictable. There are many such dialogues, which will also give people a memorial. Like - it is written in Puranas, but I have read on WhatsApp. Sudeep Sharma, Gunjit Chopra, Sagar Haveli, and Hardik Mehta have done a good job together.
Should Read: Upcoming web series of 2020