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The series follows Himmat Singh of Research and Analysis Wing who draws similar patterns in terrorist attacks and is convinced a single person is behind all the attacks. His task force team... See full summary »
Nakul's only goal in life is to finish it. After several failed suicide attempts, he pays for his own death. Upadhyay, a deadly assassin is assigned to get the job done. But Nakul has a ... See full summary »
When the body of a powerful businesswoman disappears from the morgue, the inspector in charge hunts for the truth. But when he questions her husband he realizes that there is much more to the case than meets the eye.
Naveen Sikhera makes his way into the sin city as the new SSP, he is hit by the prevailing chaos and lawlessness in the city. Muzaffarnagar is ruled by Shaukeen gang in the east and the Dedha brothers rule the west.
SHE (Netflix) - Bhumi (Aaditi Pohankar), an inexperienced pice constable is planted as a mole into a drug dealing ring in Mumbai, the metro shaping up as the epicenter of the supply chain. She is trained to act as a prostitute and implanted to lure Sasya (Vijay Varma) first and then Nayak (Kishore Kumar G.), the mastermind of the drug empire in a covert operation planned by the senior police authorities, and how she gets through the act is what SHE charts out.
Bhumi is not particularly attractive, almost manly, as her colleagues label her as. She is fighting a bitter divorce proceeding with her husband who is clearly lecherous about Bhumi's younger sister Rupa. Bhumi needs to retain her job to support their livelihood and will take on the risky assignment at any cost. She dives headlong into the project without knowing the outcome and how she will be supported by her supervisors.
This is a new genre of filmmaking for director Imtiaz Ali who has hitherto experimented with the various facets of love. "She" meanders into an uncharted territory after traversing the usual narrative and how Bhumi rediscovered her dormant sexuality is somewhat unconvincing. Her bold and brazen moves to prove her feminine prowess through a series of strange encounters are not compelling enough. Ali spends far too long to showcase the testing and training of Bhumi and keeps the covert operation to reach Nayak through to the climax rather brief. In the process, he takes the sting out of the tale.
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