CAT review: Gritty portrayal of Punjab is messy yet fascinating

A hesitant covert operative being utilized as a pawn by individuals more remarkable and aggressive than him is an idea that isn’t new to film. Feline, the new Netflix show, takes this well established recipe but, figures out how to make it new and grasping through an eight-episode circular segment. The show can be depicted as Netflix’s most memorable Punjabi unique (it is practically bilingual with the discourse rearranging among Punjabi and Hindi). Furthermore, that isn’t the main thing novel about the series, which utilizes Randeep’s abilities astonishingly.

Dull, agonizing, extreme and tempting. These are a portion of the modifiers that would come to one’s see any problems on the off chance that they end up gorging watch the eight episodes of Randeep Hooda’s most recent retribution show Feline – a medication fuelled dream severed together by strong characters, an exhilarating plot and in particular a reviving plentitude of convincing exhibitions bundled carefully by Balwinder Singh Janjua.

In fact, Feline is very much upheld by a capable group of team. The vivid camerawork by R.Vighnesh catches the excellence and unresponsiveness of Punjab through engaging visuals of haze clad backwoods, shelter of houses jumbled together into more modest paths and crevices, tight close-ups of character when they are the most defenseless, everything adds gravitas to the story. Moreover, the dismal foundation score by Joel Crasto and enthusiastic Punjabi numbers formed by Rakesh Varma(V Raxx Music) gives ‘Feline’ a general flavor.

Randeep Hooda’s latest revenge-drama series CAT is a drug-fuelled reverie cleaved together by powerful characters and a thrilling plot.

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