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Scoop Review In Hindi: karishma tanna web seriesThe OTT platform has been released on Netflix. Today, even though the gang war of Mumbai is over, but from the 80s, the stories of many dons from Haji Mastan to Dawood and Chhota Rajan are still told in the streets of Mumbai. Gangwar And Bollywood has made many films with these stories related to the police. Amitabh Bachchan From Key Deewar to Shootout at Lokhandwala, these films show that the Hindi film industry has always been fascinated by the crime world of Mumbai. Scoop Is released on Netflix crime world tries to show us an ugly face of police connection with
Bigger the ambition, bigger the risk. Will Jagruti’s pursuit for the headlines make her one?
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In the Scoop series, the story begins with Jagruti. Nanaji, who was happy to see his granddaughter’s byline on the news that appeared on the fifth page of the newspaper, and Jagriti, who united the land and sky, both live in the city of Mumbai. Jagruti’s career, which started with courtroom reporting, reaches the crime beat. Crime reporter Jagruti is greatly influenced by senior investigative journalist Jayadeb Sen.
Talking about personal life, this journalist living in a middle class society of Mumbai is a divorcee, there is also a son of Jagruti who lives with her mother, maternal grandparents and maternal uncle. This journalist, who sacrifices her holidays, time and everything to get an exclusive news, has many dreams. For the better development of her son, she puts him in the hostel, she is the first girl in her Pathak family to get her own house. Her family members are proud of their daughter.
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Very passionate about her work, Jagruti is known for her good recognition in Mumbai Police along with her sources. This is the story of those days, when the underworld was in Mumbai and many senior crime reporters used to join in the haste to bring these news to the world with their impeccable journalism. Jaideb Sen, who worked on such a big story, was shot dead. Police arrest Jagruti under MCOCA. Will Jagriti be able to prove herself innocent? Will the police reach the real murderer of Jaideb, who is behind all this, you will have to watch the scoop to know the answers to these questions.
Direction and Script
The story of Scoop is based on the book Behind the Bars in Byculla: My Days in Prison by renowned journalist Jigna Vora. It is a matter of great courage to present this story in front of the audience through webseries because the unfiltered manner in which Jigna has written this book, with the same intensity the director and writer have tried to convey this story to the audience. This effort directly touches the heart of the viewer of the series. You will find all the elements of drama, suspense, thriller and emotions necessary for a web series in this story.
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Karishma Tanna is completely engrossed in the character of Jagriti Pathak. This is the best performance of Karishma’s career. Karishma has done tremendous acting as a fearless journalist, a daughter, a mother and then a forced prisoner. Not only Karishma, the casting of the scoop will be an important part of the success of this webseries. The superb acting of all the actors has done the job of breathing life. Deven Bhojani is remembered as a maternal uncle who always stood behind his employee and guided him, along with Zeeshan Ayyub Khan, who risked everything for his niece.
Scoop is such a story, along with which many allegations have been made on the Mumbai Police, the then government, law and order. However, how much truth is there in these, this question will always remain on this series, this series also targets newspapers, news channels and their system. An attempt has been made to attack media trial and witch hunt through this web series and finally we can listen to Jigna’s own story. Jigna was acquitted by the 2018 special Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) court due to lack of evidence.
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Scoop, released on Netflix, is a great alternative for viewers who like to watch crime and thriller web series. This series can be seen for the great acting and effective presentation of the artists. Journalist Jigna Vohra’s name has been in discussion for the last several years, if you want to hear her side, you can see her a chance through this web series.