Tigmanshu Dhulia does leave his comfort zone to make the show, but some notes do fall loose. It isn’t a bad show, it is a decent watch
Packed with brilliant dialogues and great fun, Tigmanshu Dhulia delivers a winner. This hotstar series is based on Vikas Swarup’s novel, Six Suspects.
The Great Indian Murder squeezes just enough life out a sudden death to last the distance. It serves up homicide and home truths with some effort to spare. Watchable all the way.
The Great Indian Murder provides us moments of pleasure as it winds its way from start to finish of the first season, if you manage to stick with it
The Great Indian Murder is detailed, nuanced and dense. It is like a thick book, 900 pages long, all written in small font.
An eccentric mystery show that revels in its pulpy, convoluted, cross-country plot.The story frequently gives off the vibe of a mashup of Sacred Games, Inside Edge and Paatal Lok
It keeps one hooked from start to finish and rests on some excellent performances. However, a few questions are left answered. In addition, the ending is too abrupt
Watch it with moderate expectations for some good performances, and an insight into the dark world of Indian politics