Afsos (2020) - Drama

Hohum Score

9

Engaging

Nakul's only goal in life is to finish it. After several failed suicide attempts, he pays for his own death. Upadhyay, a deadly assassin is assigned to get the job done. But Nakul has a ...

IMDB: 7.4
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Stars: Aakash Dahiya, Gulshan Devaiah
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Reviews: 4 out of 49 found boring (8.16%)

One-line Reviews (14)

It has nice dark comedy and Some illogical plots keeps story moving but also entertaining if you don't put lot of brain.

The series was mind blowing...

Afsos starts on a slow note as the story of a man who has given up on life and has suicidal tendencies.

Initially you expect the story to proceed as a mundane self-discovery journey of this man, et al.

That's how predictable this TV series was.

The last two episodes where he slightly has lesser screen time, you do get bored.

Full marks for writing such fascinating story.

This is the food for people who think beyond, are bored of the status quo, want a spark in their imagination.

I don't get the moral if it is about loneliness, dissatisfaction, crowdy cities but it's entertaining.

Like the aforementioned series, 'Afsos' too comes with an intriguing punch in the script with enthralling performance from the entire cast.

Perfect to binge watch and what stands apart is the content (CONTENT IS THE KING)and newness in the script which itself is intriguing.

It's worth watching once.

A very new and gripping story written and directed.

It was intriguing and that's the only reason I am giving it anything.