Review of India’s most wanted torrent, Part 1 of 2 – Premiere Review of Tuesday, January 16th at 9PM on Colors
India’s Most Wanted Review is a collaboration of two television channels and three film channels that aim to depict the true colors of India. India’s Most Wanted is like the CCTV’ of India, albeit of the Indian variety. It is nothing but a series of real life video diaries of people from all walks of life who have been put on the Wanted list due to either crime or some sort of acts of terrorism. The catch is that these people are ‘listed’ and not necessarily charged with any crime, yet they do still have to leave the country to avoid capture.
Review of India’s most wanted torrent, Part 1 of 2
India’s Most Wanted is a joint project of India’s Channel 4 and the popular cable network India TV. Aired on Tuesday evenings, India’s Most Wanted Review was a live telecast of a special program in which criminals who are on the Wanted list were interviewed by an award-winning detective team from India’s elite Special Police Team.
The team was made up of men who are members of the Indian Intelligence Staff and the National Investigation Agency (NAS). The objective of the show was to provide a window into how ordinary people survive in a dangerous and volatile environment where they need the best support possible.
The mission was to show the world what the heroes in India’s police force are doing to maintain law and order in their country while battling terrorists and other criminal elements that use their nation as a front.
The theme of the India’s Most Wanted review was two-fold; one was to provide an insight into the psyche of criminals and the other to give a platform for the heroics of ordinary people.
The program did accomplish its objective of producing a human story with deep moral resonance. The producers had obvious faith in their viewers, saying that the stories told on the show would touch the lives of those who watched it and would have a positive effect on their decision to come forward and be free. The story lines involving the four unsung heroes were also well drawn and interesting, making for a good watch.
Part 1 of 2 – Premiere Review of Tuesday, January 16th at 9PM on Colors
The probe into the mind of criminals was done with consummate efficiency. The crew who accompanied the team were skilled and knew exactly what to say and do.
A lot of effort was put into the research and filming was a hit from the minute one began. The India’s Most Wanted review will keep viewers hooked until the end; suspense is the name of the game when it comes to these crime shows. The writers and directors did a great job, and they will most definitely be making another episode of this outstanding series to be released in late next year or early next year.
The story revolves around two unlikely heroes-TSF operative Narayan Anand and jawan Tejpal, who were thrown together at a remote training camp in the state of Jharkhand. Tejpal was an aspiring terrorist, and Anand was an anti-terrorism agent specialising in recovery operations after a terrorist attack on a shipment of Chinese AK-47’s. Once the duo got into the thick of things, they quickly realised that they had more in common than their obvious disliking for each other.
The story line takes us into the world of counter-terrorism and delves deep into the psyche of the Indian subcontinent, where the menace of terrorists still roams. We travel to Mumbai and discover the dark side of the Indian capital; we meet the locals and go deep into the mafia life, all with the help of Anand’s sharp wits and expertise.
India’s Most Wanted Review
One of the major talking points of the show revolves around the hunt for the Terrorists, and the efforts made by various authorities to catch them. The Mumbai trial is the major event, as the Mumbai blast was carried out by a terrorist, Afzal Khan, who was given parole by the president of the state.
Although the case was weak from every angle, the government was determined to take him to trial because of the grave gravity of the case. It also showed the flaws in the investigation procedure, leading to many people getting wrong justice. It also showed the incompetence of the police in tracking down terrorists and the complete futility of the law to catch the likes of Khan.
The show also chronicles the trials of the various suspects, highlighting the different paths of justice that are rendered. It pits the different police forces against each other in an effort to bring one in to heel, as some are corrupt while others are working with the government’s interests in mind.
Another highlight of the show is the intricate background of the land and the people of Nepal, as well as their rich history, and interactions with both the British and the Indian empires. We learn about the intricate relationship between India and China, especially their long and bitter war against each other. It shows how these two countries sought to remain competitive, even when faced with threats from each other – China’s infiltration of the north, and the British’s invasion of the subcontinent.
The principal photography of the series was done by Ritu Kumar. The director was Manish Malhotra, who did a wonderful job in bringing this narrative to life, using cinematography and lighting to depict the story as well as supporting characters. This makes India’s Most Wanted Review a must-see movie for everyone who loves award-winning movies. Don’t miss out on the latest thriller when it comes to premiers in the coming months!