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To save Mumbai from impending doom, Sartaj races against time to find out who Gaitonde's third father is and what's planned to happen on the 25th day.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 173 votes.
Hoping to tie up the many loose ends of their case, Sartaj and Anjali reunite to figure out how the enigmatic Trivedi is linked to Gaitonde's prophecy.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 170 votes.
When Sartaj's constable, Katekar, is pressured to investigate the disappearance of a young man from a Muslim slum, disastrous consequences follow.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 180 votes.
News of Ganesh Gaitonde creates a stir among Mumbai's VIPs, from politicians to film stars. Removed from the case, Sartaj begins his own investigation.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 225 votes.
To save Nayanika, Sartaj intervenes during a RAW operation. In 1992, as political unrest increases, so does the bloodshed from Gaitonde and Isa's feud.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 168 votes.
TV starlet Nayanika visits Bunty with a hidden camera. In the mid-'80s, Gaitonde discovers a racket even more lucrative than drugs and guns: politics.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 185 votes.
The woman found in the bunker leads Sartaj to Gaitonde's thug, Bunty. In a flashback, Gaitonde recalls stealing a lucky charm from rival Suleiman Isa.
The episode was rated 7.71 from 198 votes.
Batya lets Sartaj in on several secrets, leaving him reeling and conflicted. Gaitonde returns to Mumbai to set Guruji’s destructive plan in motion.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 84 votes.
A mysterious phone call from an anonymous man leads police officer Sartaj Singh on a chase around Mumbai in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 329 votes.
With the terrorist-cell investigation underway, Sartaj visits Guruji’s ashram. In the late '90s, Gaitonde is urged to seek a spiritual anchor.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 90 votes.
As Sartaj's team baits a trap for Shahid Khan, Majid suspects a department member. Immersed in ashram life, Gaitonde learns of Guruji’s lethal plans.The episode was rated from 81 votes.
After committing a drastic act, Gaitonde can’t silence Guruji’s voice in his mind. Parulkar reaches a shocking realization. Sartaj makes a breakthrough.The episode was rated from 78 votes.
Sartaj’s team tries to reach Shahid Khan via an internet chatroom. In 2003, Gaitonde's growing disenchantment with his life brings him closer to Guruji.The episode was rated from 87 votes.
Sartaj traces how Shahid Khan’s nuclear consignment was delivered to India. In the early 2000s, Gaitonde takes bold action to maintain his notoriety.The episode was rated from 88 votes.
Unsettling truths, complex betrayals and unforeseen connections emerge for Sartaj, Gaitonde and Shahid Khan as doomsday descends on Mumbai.The episode was rated from 85 votes.
After making a discovery in Gaitonde's bunker, Sartaj joins a mission to foil a deadly conspiracy. In 1994, Gaitonde resurfaces in a new location.The episode was rated from 109 votes.
Last updated: sep 08, 2022
Netflix really did a spectacular job in their first outing(in the Indian market) as the series shines on various fronts. The writing , the cinematography and acting is top-notch. The show doesn't shy away from explicit content and you will get to know this in first 30 seconds in the show. It is bold about political and religious commentary. And a note to viewers: If you can , do watch it in Hindi. The English subtitles(or any other, as a matter of fact) don't do justice to the epic dialogues.
This series has throughout lived up to hype, I hope this starts revolution of Television in India which is at miserable state.
I did notice that some shots were totally out of focus or sightly blurry towards the top and bottom of the screen which was a bit annoying. But that's my only gripe. This show is a landmark for Indian television and cinema. Let's hope young movie makers actually pick up from it and strive for such quality production and storylines with some depth. Not the usual overly dramatic or superficial Bollywood drivel. As others have mentioned this MUST be watched with the original Hindi dialogue. Netflix are banging down HBO's door in terms of high standards with shows like this and Suburra: La Serie to name a few.
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