'She' review: Vijay Varma is fantastic but Netflix show flounders after start

'She' review: Vijay Varma is fantastic but Netflix show flounders after start
ReviewThe show is supposedly about a woman exploring her sexuality, but sadly we see her completely from male points of view.Saraswati DatarBhumika Pardeshi is no ordinarily named girl. Bhumika in Hindi means a role or a character and pardeshi/pardesi means foreign land or foreigner. Both are rather appropriate for a story where a police constable, Bhumika aka Bhumi (Aaditi Pohankar), is forced by duty and circumstances to play a sex worker. She is playing a part and gets sucked into a world that is foreign to her. But after a crackling first episode, She sadly flounders indecisively between genres, unsure of just how far it can go in uncharted waters. Produced by Tipping Point and Window Seat Films for Netflix, She marks film director Imtiaz Ali's debut as a web series creator. Imtiaz also serves as the film's co-writer along with Divya Johry. When Sasya (Vijay Varma), a notorious drug dealer,
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