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REVIEW: DARK 7 WHITE: A POLITICAL MURDER MYSTERY

Director: Sattwik Mohanty

Cast: Sumeet Vyas , Nidhi Singh , Jatin Sarna , Monica Chaudhary, Taniya Kalra, Kunj Anand, Shekhar Choudhary, Rachit Bahal, Sumit Singh, Madhurima Roy, Sanjay Batra, and Rayne Vermaa

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Recent release of AltBalaji and ZEE5, titled, Dark 7 White is based on Dark White by Shweta Brijpuria. It is a crime thriller highlighting the dark side of politics.

The story of the series is about unveiling a murder mystery of the youngest CM of Rajasthan. Yudhveer Singh Rathore (Sumeet Vyas), belongs to a royal family in Jaipur. He had very well understood that this era was not for Kings to rule, but the Politicians. After winning the college elections, he was all set to become the youngest CM. However, this was not succeeded as he was murdered just before the event took place. It was doubted that his friends were allegedly involved for the planned murder as every friend could have their own motives to take away his life. There comes ACP Abhimanyu Singh (Jatin Sarna), who investigates into the murder.
What makes the story intriguing is the twist and turns that occur during the investigation process and interrogation of each friend in order to find the culprit.

However, the 10 episodes series could have been cut short to 8 episodes and made it more keen and sharper. It definitely cannot be labelled as a family series and is not suitable for kids below 18 as it has extreme use of abusive language and abrupt scenes. Editing and screenplay were not up to the notch. Though, Director’s narration supports the story well.

Other than the murder mystery, what makes the series worth watching is the marvellous and outstanding acting of Sumeet Vyas and Jatin Sarna.
The character of Sumeet Vyas as Yudhveer Singh Rathore, is so well portrayed and the look given to him just takes the interesto quotient of the series a notch higher.
Jatin Sarna with his A level acting skills would definitely impress his fans as he perfectly adapts the character of an inspector.

Cinespeaks Verdict: This political crime thriller with perfect blend of murder mystery with apt direction is definitely a one time watch.

Cinespeaks gives 3 stars.

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