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subbus

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Well, for me it was slow as well. But the way the 5 parallel plots run in the second season and its relation to the first, kept me interested. The judiciary vs Police with corruption added, The secret behind Hanjo Global Corporation, The dead Lawyer in the middle of a highway, A disappeared Public Prosecutor and the drowned kids. The leads are in the middle of all this. In the end, the puzzle is complete and we get all the answers. Its more like little pieces of a jigsaw put together in the last 2 episodes.
Pro Tip - Fast forward the dull and boring bits :D :D

Pro tip didn’t work out with s1
Will try S2
 

neoonwheels

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Recently started with "Ottoman". My rating - 8/10.

Liked this docuseries for its cinematography and keeping it to essential details rather than nudity/adult content. Many times such historic series end up being soft prn. Its about "Mehmet II" conquering the "Constantinople" at the age of 21. The lead actors have acted well and pace if apt for such a series. A must watch if you like checking out history documentaries.
 

cooltoad

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Watching Lupin and Dead to me on Netflix and half way through both.
Lupin - A hiest cum revenge series in both French and English. Very predictable and more incredulous than Indian movies, but a good time pass watch nevertheless.
Dead to Me - Another binge watchable series.
 

liverpool_for_life

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Bhaag Beanie Bhaag on Netflix: Swara Bhasker is simply brilliant as Beanie Bhatnagar, an aspiring stand-up comic who wishes to escape the clutches of a life that seems pre-ordained for her by her parents and society around her. Breezy watch, this one.
 

subbus

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Watching Lupin and Dead to me on Netflix and half way through both.
Lupin - A hiest cum revenge series in both French and English. Very predictable and more incredulous than Indian movies, but a good time pass watch nevertheless.
Dead to Me - Another binge watchable series.
Yes, felt the same about Lupin. Not a boring one though. Waiting for the remaining episodes
 

Mav3rick

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Tandav(APV) - A political thriller. Its a fight between Dimple(Anuradha) and Saif(Samar) for the PM's post. A parallel storyline plays where Mohd. Zeeshan Ayub(Shiva) is a college student leaning towards the Left. How politics and politicians do not care about the process, but focus on getting power, no matter what is the story. Let me mention Sunil Grover(Gurpal) who is the henchman and a problem solver for Saif, is a welcome change from the oddball Gutthi. Tigmanshu Dhulia(Devki Nandan) has a short role. Gauhar Khan(Maithili) has a short but important role. I am sure she will be an important part to play in the second season. Sarah Jane Dias (Ayesha) is totally wasted. Yet. She just moves around like a zombie or like the "aatma" from the old movies. I think she has only 5 lines (if I remember correctly) in the entire season. But then who knows how her character shapes up in the second season. Kritika Kamra(Sana Mir) has a short but an impacting role. There are others like Dino Morea, Sandhya Mridul, Anup Soni whose characters are still shaping up. I liked it. And you'll too if you like political thrillers.

Probably its just me, but I felt the characters have an uncanny resemblance to the current Indian political world;););):p
 
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