Beast Of Bangalore Review: A Gruesome And Heart Wrenching Tale Of Crime & Criminal

On Netflix India, the ‘Indian Predator’ web documentary series is one of the most popular achievements of the platform because it has gotten an immensely positive response from the viewers. In just less than six months. See the latest news on the Beast of Bangalore review here.

By Puja Roy, Updated : Dec 16, 2022 16:06 IST
Beast Of Bangalore Review: A Gruesome And Heart Wrenching Tale Of Crime & Criminal
Beast of Bangalore

Netflix India has already released the 3 seasons of the Indian Predator show with the titles Murder In a Courtroom, The Diary of a Serial Killer, and The Butcher of Delhi. And now it introduced a new series Beast of Bangalore that showcases the inhuman murder in Bangalore in 2002. This article gives light on the facts and brought to you the latest Beast Of Bangalore review of the series. 

Beast Of Bangalore Review: Synopsis 

Beast of Bangalore is a story of a man who confessed to killing 18 women, presented in a limited series about the death row inmate streaming on Netflix on 16 December 2022.

The story revolves around the late 90s when Bengaluru was Bangalore and rocked by a spate of gruesome murders and torcher against women. The violence was basically against the young girls and housewives in a broad daylight when the man of the house goes to work.

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The culprit behind this criminality was Umesh Reddy who is a District Armed Reserve Police Officer in Chitradurga was caught first time by the police and then after he got dismissed from his services. He then repeatedly escaped from police custody for over six years and committed multiple murders and rapes. 

Before he joined the District Armed Reserve Police, he was with the Central Reserve Police Force in Jammu & Kashmir.

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After that, he fled Chitradurga as he attempt to rape the daughter of the commandant. The District Armed Reserve Police’s failure to check his personal history thoroughly eventually led to his six-year reign of terror. 

Umesh is so inhuman in nature that he also twisted fetish for women’s lingerie. In 2022, he was convicted in 9 out of over 20 alleged crimes and he was sentenced to death and upheld by the Supreme Court and High Court. 

The Karnataka High Court sentenced Umesh to death in 2009, and the decision was upheld by the Supreme Court in 2011. In 2022, however, his death sentence was commuted to a 30-year sentence following a mercy petition. 

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Beast Of Bangalore Review: Last Word 

In one word, it's a must-watch series on Netflix as the OTT platform has been churning out spine-chilling true crime documentaries.

The most interesting part of this series is knowing how a person who was a former cop has turned into a beast confessing to raping and murdering 18 women.

Still, today cops refer him to as a sex maniac and psychopath, believing that the number of victims is higher than what he has confessed to. The series is streaming on Netflix. 

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