Bicchoo Ka Khel is an Indian Hindi language crime thriller web series directed by Ashish R. Shukla, and is based on Amit Khan's best-selling novel "Bicchoo Ka Khel." The series is written by Gibran Noorani and directed by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. Bicchoo Ka Khel cast is Divyendu Sharma, Trishna Mukharjee, Sayed Zeeshan Quadri, Anshul Chauhan, Satyajit Sharma, Rajesh Sharma, Gagan Anand, Abhishek Chauhan, Akash Sahay, Prashansa Sharma, and Mukul Chadda. The series premiered on ZEE5 and ALT Balaji on November 18, 2020, and is now available to view on both platforms. The maker of the series hasn't released anything related to Bichhoo Ka Khel season 2.
It's a vengeance drama about a young guy from Uttar Pradesh named Akhil (Divyendu Sharma) who confronts and mocks the justice system. Here, I’ve listed all the necessary details from Bicchoo ka Khel review to the cast and the episodes, the released date that you guys need to know.
Bicchoo Ka Khel Plot
The series centers around cunning killer Akhil, who confesses to the police why he murdered someone. He tells them about his life and dares them to believe that, despite confessing to them, he would be able to avoid the judicial system.
Varanasi, the city of salvation and liberty, is the setting for 'Bicchoo Ka Khel.' The plot revolves around the Bicchoo Ka Khel cast Divyenndu plays the role of Akhil Srivastava and begins with a college function at which the principal guest is Anil Chaubey (Satyajit Sharma), a well-known lawyer in the city. Akhil murders Anil Choubey in front of a large audience then goes to the police station and surrenders. In front of police officer Nikunj Tiwari, Akhil reveals his entire story (Syed Zeeshan Quadri). Akhil is also fascinated by Rashmi Choubey, Anil Choubey's daughter (Anshul Chauhan). Akhil works at a candy business with his father Babu (Mukul Chaddha), which is owned by Anil Choubey's older brother Mukesh Choubey (Rajesh Sharma). Pratima Chaubey, Mukesh's wife, is having an affair with Babu (Trishna Mukherjee). Babu is caught one night on suspicion of murdering Munna Singh (Gautam Babbar). He gets assassinated in jail after a series of incidents. Akhil sets out to avenge his father's death, and in the process, many new plots are unearthed, including some frightening disclosures. How can Akhil avoid being charged with the murder of Anil Choubey? How will he track down Babu's true assailant? That is the story's central theme.
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Bicchoo Ka Khel cast
Bicchoo Ka Khel Episodes
You can watch the web series on ZEE5 and ALT Balaji or you can also watch it from Amazon Prime where it has been officially released on 4 June 2021. Bicchoo Ka Khel Season 1 consists of 9 episodes ranging in length from 33 minutes to 1 hour. Here, I’m mentioning the name of the episodes.
Bicchoo Ka Khel Release Date
The series premiered on ZEE5 and ALT Balaji on November 18, 2020, and is now available to view on both platforms. The makers of the series have not released anything related to Bicchoo Ka Khel season 2.
Bicchoo Ka Khel Trailer
The web series has released the trailer on YouTube. Below I’m mentioning the link for you, by clicking on it you guys will be able to watch the trailer of Love J Action
Bicchoo Ka Khel review
This series has a lot going on, and it's a triple murder mystery at its core. The story doesn't offer anything exciting, but at first, I thought it would be good and different from all the previous ALT Balaji projects, because it shows that this show pays homage to the musicians of the 1970s and 1980s Indian film's timeless music, and it doesn't waste your time by diving into the murder mystery zone, so the first and second Bicchoo ka Khel episodes are still captivating.
Bicchoo Ka Khel review Ghalib Asad Bhopali and Gibran Noorani. The screenplay certainly becomes very fast-paced in the following episodes, which is good because it keeps the audience from becoming bored, but it flies away so fast that it doesn't impact you and, at one point, you'll find it difficult to understand what's going on because the twists and turns are there, but are very immature and senseless. There are other flaws, such as why Mukesh, the sweet shop owner, did not murder Saroj, the maid, on the spot when she saw him slipping out of Munna's chamber. And how confident Akhil was that Rajveer would shoot him in the arm rather than the head in another moment. There are lots of twists that don't make sense and were provided only for the purpose of it, much like these gaps. Bicchoo Ka Khel review on the writers: they appear to have created all of the twists and turn first, then built a tale around them. By the end, things have become a lot worse.
Bicchoo Ka Khel season 1 review on the performance of the cast. Starting from the main lead cast Divyendu Sharma as Akhil Srivatav gives a lot of similar vibes as we get from Munna Tripathi of ‘Mirzapur’, just the impression of rowdy behavior has vanished. He entertained the viewers quite well. Bicchoo ka khel review on cast Anshul Chauhan played the role of Rashmi Choubey, who is equally fantastic. As investigating officer Nikunj Tiwari, Sayed Zeeshan Quadri does an excellent job. Bicchoo Ka Khel cast Prashansa Sharma's portrayal of Poonam Tiwari is a complete waste of time and has been employed only to add glamour and pornographic material to the play, while the other performers have done an excellent job. The words of Kshitij Roy are sharp and spicy, which suits the characters and the drama's tone, yet the excess of abuse seems weird and forced.
Biccho Ka Khel review on cinematography which is done by Sunil Pillai is decent. The soundtrack, which pays homage to the music of the 1970s and 1980s, is nice, but it doesn't always match with the situations; emotional sequences with loud music are a mix. Anindita Chaturvedi's production design is great.
Conclusion: Bicchoo Ka Khel
The web series, similarly to ALT Balaji's previous production, fails to leave an impression on the audience; it begins with a solid flow but quickly deviates into forced twists and turns and unneeded profanity, and the loud, overused, and dominating background music will irritate you after a while. If you like Divyenndu and how he casually uses obscene words, this is the program for you; else, avoid it.