Murder In Mahim Review: Ashutosh Rana-Vijay Raaz JioCinema Series | Murder In Mahim Review | JioCinema Crime-Thriller Series Murder In Mahim Review | Ashutosh Rana Vijay Raaz Murder In Mahim Series Review

Murder In Mahim Review: Ashutosh Rana-Vijay Raaz JioCinema Series | Murder In Mahim Review | JioCinema Crime-Thriller Series Murder In Mahim Review | Ashutosh Rana Vijay Raaz Murder In Mahim Series Review


Murder
In
Mahim
Review:

Two
gruesome
murders
and
one
similar
suspect.
There
is
the
obvious
one
who
looks
guilty
from
the
word
go,
and
then
there
is
the
mysterious
one
with
hidden
motives.
Looks
like
a
yummy
crime-thriller,
right?
Unfortunately,
it
isn’t.
Murder
In
Mahim,
the
latest
web
story
on
JioCinema,
had
all
the
ingredients
needed
to
cook
a
delicious
edge-of-the-seat
thriller
but
became
a
bland
‘khichdi’
at
the
end.

Bollywood
has
failed
once
again
to
deliver
a
crispy
murder-thriller.
When
two
seasoned
actors
like
Ashutosh
Rana
and
Vijay
Raaz
come
together
for
a
nitty-gritty
murder-thriller,
you
expect
nail-biting
moments,
thrilling
suspense,
a
badass
baddie
that
will
send
chills
down
your
spine…
But
Murder
In
Mahim,
streaming
now
on
JioCinema,
failed
to
meet
expectations!

Murder
In
Mahim
Review:
Story

The
8-episode
series
Murder
In
Mahim
opens
with
a
horrifying
murder
of
a
young
man
named
Lakshman
aka
Proxy.
He
is
found
dead
with
his
stomach
ripped
open
in
the
toilet,
notoriously
known
for
gay
prostitution,
of
Mahim
railway
station
in
Mumbai.
When
an
honest
and
tough-as-nails
cop,
Shiva
Jende
(played
by
Vijay)
is
assigned
to
investigate
the
case,
Lakshman’s
friend
Danish/Dinesh
tries
to
inform
him
something
about
the
murder
but
gets
shooed
away
everytime.
The
investigation
takes
a
serious
turn
when
Danish/Dinesh
also
gets
murdered.

On
the
other
hand,
retired
journalist
Peter
Fernandes
(played
by
Ashutosh
Rana),
once
friends
with
Jende,
tries
to
join
hands
with
Vijay’s
character
when
he
fears
that
his
son
Sunil
might
be
homosexual.
Soon
after
this,
Sunil
becomes
a
suspect
in
both
the
murders.
While
investigating
the
murder
case,
Jende
and
Peter
come
across
a
web
of
lies,
the
hidden
world
of
gay
prostitution,
secret
desires
and
greed.

Journalist
Peter
and
inspector
Jende
rekindle
their
long-lost
friendship
as
they
try
to
track
down
the
killer
together.
Is
Sunil
the
actual
murderer?
If
not,
who
is
the
real
culprit
then?
Watch
Murder
In
Mahim
on
JioCinema
to
see
how
the
drama
unfolds.

featuresalmankhanrashmikamandannasikandar 1715249210 - Murder In Mahim Review: Ashutosh Rana-Vijay Raaz JioCinema Series | Murder In Mahim Review | JioCinema Crime-Thriller Series Murder In Mahim Review | Ashutosh Rana Vijay Raaz Murder In Mahim Series ReviewSikandar:
Salman
Khan
To
Romance
Rashmika
Mandanna
In
His
Next,
Netizens
React

Muder
In
Mahim
Review:
Direction
&
Script

First
things
first,
Murder
In
Mahim
is
not
as
gripping
as
the
trailer
promised
it
to
be.
The
story
lacks
genuine
suspense
and
it
feels
stretched
unnecessarily
at
times.
It’s
a
poorly
scripted
part
crime-thriller
drama,
part
social-drama
that
sheds
light
on
the
LGBTQIA+
community
and
homophobia.
While
the
intention
is
pure
but
it
gets
way
too
preachy.
The
story
is
all
over
the
place
with
inconsistent
narrative.
Director
Raj
Acharya
and
the
writer
introduce
new
characters
and
subplots
in
almost
every
episode
that
it
gets
confusing
at
times.
Also,
some
characters
felt
forcefully
added
to
the
narrative.
Acharya
directed
a
mediocre
crime-thriller
that
faltered
in
its
storytelling
and
pacing.

featureranveersinghtrolledforwearingheels 1715260644 - Murder In Mahim Review: Ashutosh Rana-Vijay Raaz JioCinema Series | Murder In Mahim Review | JioCinema Crime-Thriller Series Murder In Mahim Review | Ashutosh Rana Vijay Raaz Murder In Mahim Series ReviewNetizens
Playfully
Troll
Ranveer
Singh
For
Wearing
Heels
&
‘X’
Cr
Diamond
Necklace,
Call
Him
‘Ladko
Ka
Urfi’

Ashutosh-Vijay
starrer
lacks
crispiness
that
keeps
the
audience
hooked
throughout
the
show.
The
script
could
have
been
more
nuanced
and
edited,
elevating
the
show’s
impact.
However,
the
series
gets
crispy
here
and
there
but
it’s
not
enough!

Murder
In
Mahim
Review:
Performances

The
poorly-scripted
Murder
In
Mahim
is
marked
by
a
couple
of
commendable
performances
but
falters
in
its
narrative
and
character
development.
Ashutosh
Rana
and
Vijay
Raaj’s
delightful
camaraderie
is
a
treat
to
watch.
While
some
characters
remain
underutilized,
some
laced
background
stories
and
character
development.

Veteran
actor
Shivaji
Satam
as
Jende’s
father
remains
underexplored.
Rajesh
Khatter
and
Shivani
Raghuvanshi
play
their
characters
well.

Muder
In
Mahim
Review:
Last
Word

Overall,
Murder
In
Mahim
is
an
undercooked
crime-thriller
that
fails
to
live
up
to
the
expectation.
The
show
lacked
depth
that
was
needed
to
make
more
impact.
You
might
wanna
give
it
a
miss!

Original news source Credit: www.filmibeat.com
any inquiry/feedback send email on editor@news89.com

You must be logged in to post a comment Login