The Great Indian Murder Review: Richa Chadha-starrer has been receiving positive reviews from the audience for its promising suspense. The series is based on the novel Six Suspects by Vikas Swarup. The Great Indian Murder is produced by actor Ajay Devgn and stars Chadha and Pratik Gandhi in lead roles
The murder mystery revolves around the murder of industrialist Vicky Rai who is shot dead at a party and the investigation around it along with the involved politics and crime. The nine-episode series also stars actors Ashutosh Rana, Raghuvir Yadav, Paoli Dam, among others and is directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia.
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Movie critic Taran Adarsh appreciated the suspense thriller saying it is a compelling watch and applauded Chadha and Gandhi for their “sparkling” performances.
Viewers have lauded Richa Chadha and Pratik Gandhi for their work in the series. A social media user wrote, “Richa chadha and prateek gandhi once again proved their value they both worked superb in this full of action thriller #TheGreatIndianMurder”.
Another user by the name @gowiththeeflow wrote, “This show is so amazing, the murder mystery is so good, a must watch. #TheGreatIndianMurder”.
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Film analyst and critic Sumit Kadel said, “Hearing impressive things about #TheGreatIndianMurder specially the performances of @pratikg80 & @RichaChadha is said to be Top-Notch .. Looking forward to watch this murder mystery unfold..”
Actor Ajay Devgn made his debut as an OTT Producer with The Great Indian Murder. He is the co-producer of the series along with Priti Sinha. Speaking with Times Of India, the actor mentioned that he has great faith in director Tigmanshu Dhulia and expects The Great Indian Murder to be a great show.
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