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undekhi Web Series

Hello Friends,today we will talk about soni liv new web series "Undekhi".The Web series 'undekhi' has managed to show thrill.

Web Series

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Review of 'undekhi' Web Series
Director: Ashish R. Shukla
Artists: Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Harsh Chhaya, Ankur Rathi, Surya Sharma, Aanchal Singh, Abhishek Chauhan, Apeksha Porwal, Ain Zoya, Varun Bhagat

Incidents of the rich and influential people escaping by killing someone, crushing someone, torturing someone and escaping are not rare in India. After doing this, these influential people do not regret even a little. Our society has witnessed many such incidents. Movies have also been made on such incidents and now web series are also being made. Sony Live's latest web series 'Unseen' is also inspired by similar incidents.

A policeman is killed in the Sunderbans of West Bengal. The murder is suspected of two tribal girls dancing in marriage and other ceremonies, who are absconding from their village. DSP Barun Ghosh (Dibyendu Bhattacharya) reaches Manali in search of him. Saloni (Ain Zoya), Rishi (Abhishek Chauhan), filming wedding and other celebrations, and three other young men reach Manali to film the wedding of their friend Teji (Aanchal Singh). Daman Atwal (Ankur Rathi), son of Papaji (Harsh Chhaya), a very influential man from Manali, is getting married in his own resort. Rajendra Singh Atwal alias Rinku (Surya Sharma), the cousin of Daman, is handling the wedding arrangements. All the work of Papaji is also handled by him. Drunken papaji shoots a female dancer at a wedding function. The sage sees the incident and records the murder of the dancer.

The strands of these events then connect to each other. DSP Ghosh of Bengal is confident that both the girls who fled from Sundarbans have come to dance in this marriage. Rinku is imprisoned by a dancer, Koyal (Apeksha Porwal) and his agent Prafulla (Uttam Haldar), who are alive in two dancers. Rishi is sensitive and wants to help Cuckoo and Prafulla. Saloni shows fear of life and refuses to do so Then begins the thrill of cheating, bargaining and killing.

There is thrill in this crime thriller series. The script has been worked on. However, there are many holes in the script written by Mohinder Pratap Singh, Umesh Padalkar and Siddharth Sengupta, which are easily visible. In the first three-four episodes, there is a lot of thrill in it, but as the series progresses, many different stories are added to it, which slows its pace and also reduces the thrill. But this does not go unpunished. Leave these shortcomings, then it hangs. Ashish R. Shukla's direction is good. They have not allowed the series to move much. Actor Varun Vadola is in a new avatar this time. The dialogues influence the writer's avatar, and also in it. Like many other web series, the abuses on 'demand for script' in this too are uncountable and unbecoming. Synmatography and background music is great.

The actors have done a fantastic job in this series. They have covered the shortcomings with their skills. Surya Sharma in the role of Rinku has done an amazing job. He has brought to life the role of a domineering, cruel and sly youngster. Dibyendu Bhattacharya's performance as DCP Ghosh is very interesting. He has a special style, which also suits him. Harsha Chhaya has played the role of a bastard, drunk, ill-tempered elder. Ankur Rathi has effectively portrayed the character of Daman trapped between family and girlfriend. Abhishek Chauhan as Rishi impresses Aain Zoya in the role of Saloni. Anchal Singh also influences in the role of Teji. Varun Bhagat is playing the role of Lucky, close to Rinku. Apa Porwal has done justice to the role of the cuckoo. The rest of the cast have also done justice to their characters.
Despite some shortcomings, this web series entertains enough.

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