32 years after the hotbed of the Sikh Riots, Bokaro, saw the world move items, an SIT group of top polices is shipped from Ranchi to see out the bloodbath and catch the perpetrators still at large a choice inspired by the state CM’s suspicions over his resistance number. In 1984 Bokaro, hopeless for his late daddy’s task, Rishi satisfies union leader Chunnu. In 2016 Ranchi, City SP Amrita Singh is caught in bureaucratic procedure trying to resolve a press reporter’s murder.
- Web Series Name: Grahan(aka Eclipse)
- Genre- Drama, Thriller, Action
- Stars : Zoya Hussain, Pawan Malhotra, Anshuman Pushkar, Vamika Gabbi
- Director : Ranjan Chandel
- Platform: Disney Plus Hotstar
Grahan Web series Review:
Disney Plus Hotstar’s new web series Grahan (Grahan) has been released. The story of this webseries is woven around the 1984 Sikh riots in Bokaro. The trailer of this webseries was released in the same month and since then the audience was curious about it. The main reason for the curiosity about the eclipse among the people of the Hindi speaking region was that the story was inspired by a popular novel. This webseries by director Ranjan Chandel is inspired from the book Chaurasi by Hindi writer Satya Vyas.
When a film or webseries is made on a book, it is interesting to see how much and where the story has changed from the page to the screen. Innumerable changes have been made in this story made from Chaurasi Se Grahan and perhaps this is the reason why this eclipse is said to be inspired by Chaurasi and not based. After reading the book, those watching this story on screen will understand how different the screen is from page to page.
Adorned with artists like Rishi turned Anshuman Pushkar, Pawan Malhotra, Manu turned Vamika Gabbi, Sahidur Rahman, Tikam Joshi, this webseries is full of adventure. Boxing actress Zoya Hussain has played an important role in the eclipse. The story of the novel had the story of Manu and Rishi’s love in the backdrop of the 1984 Bokaro city and the massacre of Sikhs in that city and the special thing is that the soul of the story on the screen itself is this love story. However, scenes of politics, suspense and thrill have been inserted while converting the story into the script. This eight-episode story does not bore, but it is definitely seen to be stretched somewhere. Somewhere the long scenes start getting restless.