‘Paatal Lok’ Review: Jaideep Ahlawat’s Outstanding Performance Speaks For Itself

Here we are with the review of ‘Paatal Lok’, a web series that is produced by Anushka Sharma’s home production house in entirety. And main lead: Jaideep Ahlawat’s stellar leading act acts a cherry on the top of this complex investigative thriller.

Complete series was made available for viewing for Prime users on Amazon Prime Video effective May 15th i.e yesterday. Neeraj Kabi and Abhishek Banerjee are giving company to Jaideep in running this show.

‘Paatal Lok’ Review
‘Paatal Lok’ Review

Let’s Begin

A down to earth and straightforward cop lands the case of a lifetime when 4 suspects are nabbed in the assassination attempt of a prime time journalist. The case turns out to be a devious maze where nothing is what it seems to be. The pursuit of it leads him to the dark netherworld – the ‘Paatal Lok’, and to shocking discoveries in the past of the 4 suspects.

There is strong noise in the atmosphere that Paatal Lok is Amazon Prime Video’s answer to Netflix original’s Sacred Games. Each episode debuts with a past of the principal characters and ends with a cliffhanger urging the viewers to binge-watch all 9 episodes. There are a lot of surprising new characters making appearances in every episode and every one of them will surprise you! As the ‘Trilok’ is referred from mythological aspects, there are several references derived from Mahabharata which shows how the time changes, but people and situations still remain the same.

As we all know that Anushka Sharma is a big dog lover. So, as expected dogs play an important role in the show. Palatal Lok defines a dog’s loyalty and takes a human being’s love for it to another level. Something which is not often witnessed in movies or TV shows.

The end of the series won’t show the possibility of the 2nd season, but it should happen as Hathi Ram deserves more adventures in his cop career which brings Swarg Lok, Dharti Lok, and Paatal Lok together in an unexpected way.


See it for that awesome performance of Jaideep Ahlawat, he deserves all the applause.


Gaurav Gupta

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