SCOOP SEASON 1 MOVIE FREE WATCH : HANSAL MEHTA SERVES A GRIPPING TALE OF THE FOURTH ESTATE

SCOOP SEASON 1 REVIEW : HANSAL MEHTA SERVES A GRIPPING TALE OF THE FOURTH ESTATE








Story:
 The series, which is based on Jigna Vora's autobiographical biography Behind Bars in Byculla: My Days in Prison, centers on Jagruti Pathak, a senior crime reporter who is charged with encouraging mafioso Chota Rajan to kill veteran crime reporter Jaideb Sen and having ties to organized crime. Will Jagruti be found guilty or not of the crime, and did she actually commit it?

Review: Investigative reporting, crime stories, and the underworld all mix for gritty and fascinating storytelling. These components add to the intrigue of Scoop. In the six-part series by Hansal Mehta, viewers are introduced to Jagruti Pathak (Karishma Tanna), a crime reporter with the ambition to break through and have her tales appear on the main page of Eastern Age. As Jagruti becomes more well-known as a journalist, some people question her abilities and dismiss her talent as the result of getting along with JCP Shroff (Harman Baweja). But when her senior rival Jaideb Sen (Prosenjit Chatterjee) is murdered by the mafia and she is made a suspect, the leading female journalist is actually the victim of something far more sinister.The rest of the story is about her life in prison and her fight to prove her innocence.

The film's creator and director, Hansal Mehta, along with the authors Mrunmayee Lagoo Waikul and Mirat Trivedi, present a thoroughly researched tale with a focus on realism. Each episode lasts for more than an hour, and because of the numerous plot lines and mafia warfare, viewers must pay close attention lest they miss an important thread. You can't pick Scoop as a light-hearted show to watch. Whether at the office and editorial meetings, seedy bars and cafes where reporters meet their sources, or Jagruti's house, Pratham Mehta's cinematography further gives it a realistic appearance. The battle for front-page placement, scoops, and exclusives, as well as the journalists' dread of having their stories appear on the interior pages, have all been vividly portrayed.  What makes one’s stomach churn is the portrayal of life in prison—the harshness and chaos will chill one’s spine. The show also captures jealousy and biases against female professionals who make it big on their own merit, not just in journalism but also in the corporate world.

Karishma Tanna gives a strong performance in the lead role. She perfectly captures the nuances of a fiery woman seeking to breach the glass ceiling in a career that is controlled by males, as well as those of a mentor, mother, and victim. Her vulnerability is highlighted by the jail scenes, but she does not appear malnourished despite the difficulties she faces there. Special mention should go to Harman Baweja as a police officer trapped between his love for Jagruti and protecting himself and the department's reputation, as well as Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub as the editor-in-chief and Imran, who is her backer. One hopes to see him on the screen more frequently. In his role as Jagruti's uncle,  and his love for her and his family will warm one’s heart and proves his mettle beyond comedies.
The courtroom scenes are exciting yet few considering that the case will determine whether Jagruti is guilty or innocent. The show takes some time to build up speed. It would have been more interesting if it had been more fully developed.

The show might be more appealing to viewers who have some knowledge of how journalism works. However, because of the tremendous drama and brilliant premise, it is worth watching.


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