Grahan is inspired by Chaurasi, penned by Satya Vyas. The web series stars Pavan Malhotra Pavan Malhotra is a famous actor and is seen on te >> Read More... , Anshuman Pushkar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Zoya Hussain Zoya Hussain is an Indian actress/writer/director >> Read More... , Wamiqa Gabbi Wamiqa Gabbi is an Indian actress and a dancer. Sh >> Read More... , Nandhish Sandhu, Sahidur Rahman and Teekam Joshi Teekam Joshi is a famous Actor and Director. He wa >> Read More... . Shailendra Kumar Jha, Anu Singh Chaudhary, Vibha Singh Vibha Singh is an Indian writer who worked for the >> Read More... , Navjot Gulati Navjot Gulati is a writer and director from Punjab >> Read More... , Prateek Payodhi Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , and Ranjan Chandel The director and the writer who has created a mast >> Read More... get the writing credits. Ranjan Chandel directed the series. Kamaljeet Singh cranked the camera, and Shan Mohammed Shan is an editor who came from a humble backgroun >> Read More... edited the series. Amit Trivedi composed the music, and the lyrics are by Varun Grover.
Amrita is an IPS officer who wants to change society with her power. She works in Ranchi and stays with her father. Her father wants her to get married to Karthik. She turned popular after her action against a journalist’s murder. Following this, she receives calls from the higher officials not to deal with the case in the right way. Irritated by their intervention, she thinks to resign from her job. But, she gets an order to reopen an old case. After getting into the case, Amrita gets confused as it gets related to her personal life. What’s Amrita’s decision in this? The rest of the story deals with this.
Zoya Hussain has done a good job. Wamiqa Gabbi and Anshuman have given out natural performances. Pavan Malhotra and Sahidur Rahman stood strong in the supporting roles.
The director maintained the characters Manu and Rishi from Chaurasi. Their characters are finely penned, and the stars lived in the role. Similarly, Amrita’s portrayal is fantastic, and the artist selection too. While Amrita rules the present-day story, Manu and Rishi impress the viewers with their ‘80s story. The cinematography is excellent, and the editing is perfect. The BGM is neat, and the songs too. Casteism, poverty, and the dominance of the opposite gender are shown in the story.
What’s Not There?
The film comes with a good story that holds a message. With the good star cast, performances, and direction, the film is watchable, once!