Bose: Dead or Alive| Rajkummar Rao essays Netaji with ease making the web series a must watch

Updated On : 21 Nov , 2017 , 03:30 PM
Bose: Dead or Alive| Rajkummar Rao nails the role of Netaji
Bose: Dead or Alive| Rajkummar Rao nails the role of Netaji
New Delhi:

Web series are like a breathe of fresh amidst television shows which run for so many years with their endless plots. Web series are the next big thing in India and considering the quality content being dished out on the digital medium, we wouldn't be surprised if television takes a backseat.  

Talking about the digital world, Bose: Dead or Alive is the newest web series on the block. Rajkummar Rao who has been delivering some of his best work plays the titular role of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in it.

The makers promised to unravel the mysteries surrounding the life of Netaji and yes they didn't disappoint at all. All said and done, it is the 'Newton' star who is stealing the limelight with his immense portrayal.

The talented actor can no longer be called a character hero but has branched out into a mainstream actor who is now nailing it in web series. 
If there was one reason why one should watch the web series, it has to be Rajkummar Rao. 

Ekta Kapoor has done the right thing by casting the actor in the much-awaited web series. Taking Hansal Mehta as the creative head was the best decision as the Simran director brought his inputs to the series.

The web series is a dramatised adaptation of ‘India’s Biggest Cover-up,’ a novel by Anuj Dhar. It provides an insight into one of the most classified secrets in India- the death of Subhash Chandra Bose. 

The thing which stands is out how the makers have done justice to the characters of Gandhi, Bose and Nehru through extensive research. 

The stellar performances from the star cast in particular Rajkummar Rao, gripping storyline and crisp screenplay makes the web series a must watch. So what are you waiting for go and watch the series, trust us you won't be disappointed.

In case, you are yet to see the trailer, here it is. 

First Published : Tuesday, November 21, 2017 02:42 PM
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