It was undoubtedly a very proud moment for the entire nation when the Netflix web series ended up winning the award for ‘Best Drama Series’ at the International Emmys. The show has been directed by Richie Mehta and centres around the bone-chilling incident of Delhi Gang Rape from 2012. It featured Shefali Shah, Rajesh Tailang, Rasika Dugal and Adil Hussain in important roles.
If you’re done with binging the show and are not still over it then we got you covered! We have specially curated a list of web series that you should definitely go through if you have a soft corner for Delhi Crime:
1. Breathe: Into the Shadows
Directed by Mayank Sharma, the show is a gripping crime thriller that focuses on a young 6-year-old girl getting kidnapped. In order to dave her, her father (played by Abhishek Bachchan) is being blackmailed into killing someone. Is family more important than morals? You’ll have to watch the show to find out. It is available on Amazon Prime.
2. Criminal Justice
This show has been helmed by both Vishal Furia and Tigmanshu Dhulia. It is based on the life of Aditya (played by Vikrant Massey) who wakes up to find someone he had a one night stand with, now dead. All the evidence are against him but he doesn’t remember committing such a henious crime. ‘Criminal Justice’ premiered on Disney+ Hotstar.
Sushmita Sen made a smashing comeback with this Ram Madhvani directorial. She is an ordinary and dotting mother of three who suddenly realises her husband has been running a drug mafia under the disguise of a pharmaceutical business.
4. Sacred Games
This series will keep you on the edge of the seat from the start to the finish! Starring renowned stars like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Saif Ali Khan, the story revolves around the rise and fall of a notorious gangster from Mumbai. Simultaneously, a police officer gets a call from the same gangster who informs him that the city is in trouble.
5. The Raikar Case
The story starts when the youngest member of a well to fo family is found dead. After a bit of investigation, the police rules out the chances of the case being a suicide. Meaning that it was an inside job and someone within the family did it.