With police forces stretched and opportunist thugs taking advantage, a horrific incident on board a bus in Delhi is the tipping point for the city, throwing India into a state of outrage and shock.
India's win at the 48th International Emmy Awards was born "out of sadness, anger, frustration, and ultimately, compassion," says its creator Richie Mehta.
Though the incident Delhi Crime addresses happened over six years ago, it does not limit the urgency of the show's narrative.
Starring Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal and Adil Hussain, the crime drama will be out on March 22.
Netflix's 'Delhi Crime Story' shows the importance of context in keeping the police procedural genre from going stale.
Delhi Crime Review: This is a riveting tale because this harrowing re-enactment of a chilling crime is more than a police procedural.
It's the tiny infusions of well-informed opinion into what is essentially dramatic long-read reportage that make Delhi Crime one hell of a ride
Delhi Crime review: Wrenching, shocking; the best Indian Netflix show since Sacred Games.
An expertly told, hard-to-watch true crime series, "Delhi Crime Story" won't be for everyone — but it won't let go of anyone who watches.
For Richie Mehta, writing and researching Delhi Crime is a four-year-long labour of love and research of the blood curdling 2012 gang rape and murder investigation.
In Delhi Crime, Shefali Shah played Vartika Chaturvedi, a character that was based on former Delhi Police DCP Chaya Sharma, who cracked the case of the brutal gang-rape within 72 hours.
What Are The Odds begins with a fable-like introduction by a man, whom we later come to know as Valmik Burman aka Val.
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What Are The Odds? is now streaming on Netflix, worldwide.
After an award-winning debut, writer-director and co-founder of FilmKaravan
In the Old City of Hyderabad, Raisa hatches a dangerous plan to save her younger sister from becoming a one-day bride when she finds an archaic remedy that could restore a girl’s virginity.
Raisa lives with her Ammi and three younger sisters in Hyderabad's Old City.