Shefali Shah-Kirti Kulhari’s medical thriller is mysterious, murky, gorgeous

Webseries: HumanHuman cast: Shefali Shah, Kirti Kulhari, Vishal Jethwa, Ram Kapoor, Seema Biswas, Aditya Shrivastava, Mohan Agashe
Creators: Mozez Singh, Vipul Amrutlal ShahWhere to look: Hot Disney+ StarReviewed by: Russell D’Silva Also Read – Trending OTT News Today: Ananya Panday Vibes Gehraiyan By The Seaside, Aditya Roy Kapur’s Digital Debut Goes To The Flats & More

While Bollywood, whether on the big screen or in the OTT world, has been prone to offering edge-of-the-seat thrillers from time to time (yes, it’s the one genre where we’ve truly excelled both critically and commercially since the late 2000s). from the 1950s, go check the archives if you don’t believe me) on a variety of subjects, but the one avenue that remains unexplored so far is the medical-themed thriller. Except for the great Ankur Arora murder case in 2013, I can’t think of anything, or at least nothing important. In such a scenario, Disney+ Hotstar has presented its new web series Human, starring two of the most underrated actresses in our country, Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari. So, does it manage to breathe life and interest into media-themed thrillers? The answer to that is a resounding ‘YES’! Also Read – Human: Kirti Kulhari Reveals Whether People Could Avoid COVID-19 Vaccines After Watching Her Web Series [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

So are you excited about what to watch this weekend or what to watch this week and wondering if Human is worth it? Scroll down to see my full review of the Human… Also Read – Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2: Priya Gets Drunk On Ram’s Birthday; RaYa to romance in the rain? – Read details

What is it about

Dr. Saira Sabarwal (Kirti Kulhari) is recruited into Dr. Gauri Nath’s (Shefali Shah) state-of-the-art hospital in Bhopal, where she is hailed as a messiah and, along with her husband (Ram Kapoor), wields immense influence over society. length and breath of the city in all the important places. At the same time, human trials of a precarious new drug are being conducted in an unethical manner, slowly but surely drawing Saira into the unfolding medical maleficence.

Check out the trailer for Human below:

how hot

Human hits hard where it matters most by tapping into the doubts many have about COVID-19 vaccinations and how safe they are. Yet he does so with sensitivity without sensationalization, keeping us glued to our seats with a layered, well-researched narrative from an unknown underbelly of medical science, avoiding gimmicks, shortcuts, or shock value to make his point. Yes, Human is shocking, but it shocks you with a detailed plot and mysterious characters rather than sudden detours, and frankly, such shocks leave a much more indelible impact. It also tells how subplots like feminism, class division, and the Bhopal gas tragedy are instilled in the script and help influence the story.

Of course, not half of this would have been achieved if Mozez Singh and Vipul Amrutlal Shah hadn’t had the actors to back them up, with Shefali Shah providing a performance for the story, delving into the cerebral complexity of her role. emerging with a tour de force that has us pondering long afterward. Shefali is versatility in a bottle; compare his acts in Dil Dhadakne Do, Delhi Crime, and this one, and you’ll feel like you’re looking at three different performers with the same countenance. Kirti Kulhari is a perfect match for her and never ceases to amaze us with how she keeps reinventing herself like a breath of fresh air, but never goes overboard.

It’s also worth it that these two are wrapped by a top-tier supporting cast, including Vishal Jethwa, Seema Biswas, Ram Kapoor, Aditya Shrivastava, plus veteran Mohan Agashe. It pays off when the technicalities of an OTT project are also as polished as they are in Human, with the production design, color schemes, cinematography, and background soundtrack all top notch.

it’s not

Without giving too much away, there is a plot element dealing with the inhibition of pain in an individual’s cerebral cortex that may go unnoticed by those who haven’t seen or read much about it before, but will stick out like a sore thumb with its presentations for those who know. one or two things about it. On top of that, Human also falls into the trap of what is plaguing most Indian web series these days: it goes on too long, as the show could have easily been cut down to half an hour per episode or eight episodes instead of ten in the original. length per episode. Furthermore, while feminist themes are strong and relevant, they are sometimes foolish enough to avoid misandry.

BL verdict

Shefali Shah is top notch in a very complex and tough role, Kirti Kulhari never fails to amaze and is a perfect match for her, they are surrounded by a supporting cast to die for, and even if the performances weren’t that great, the new series Disney Hotstar’s website Human would still make a brilliant, binge-worthy watch as a top-tier medical thriller. I go with 4 out of 5 stars.

Classification : 4 of 54 star rating

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