A real-life story of love, hate, and obsession.
Tanuj Virwani, Rashami Desai, Amber Wasie, Amitriyan Patil, Krishnendu Lahiri, Amitriyaan, Jeevan Shetty, Yuvraj Haral
The series is now streaming on ULLU.
Tandoor is an investigative crime thriller inspired by true events starring Tanuj Virwani aka Sahil and Rashami Desai aka Palak in lead roles, the show is about a mystery surrounding a dead body being burned into ashes in a tandoor. The story is quite unique and will surely reach the expectation of the out lookers.
There is a total of 5 episodes in the series and all episodes are approx 25-30 minutes long. The series has use of abusive words, slangs and there are few kissing scenes too.
The plot of the series revolves around 3 people Sahil Sharma, Palak Sahni, and Aziyaz Karim. Sahil is a youth political leader with supremacy in his area and Palak is a sweet and innocent girl with who he falls in love.
To know what exactly happens between them and what is the angle of murder and mystery you have to watch the full series on ULLU.
The best thing about Tandoor has to be the choice of the cast. Virwani is perfectly cast as Sahil, a headstrong, drunkard youth political leader who doesn’t quite listen to anyone. Tanuj looks intense and extremely dangerous and for me, he is the best performer from the series.
Rashami looks pretty, cute, and bold all at the same time. Her dialogue delivery and expressions were amazing. She has an immensely powerful screen presence. Her dialect was so good. Her acting is fantastic and she looked so beautiful in each and every frame. She and Tanuj complimented each other really well. The other cast had done a pretty good job.
Talking about the technicalities, the direction by Nivedita Basu makes the series more interesting which keeps the audiences hooked and booked throughout the series.
Director Nivedita Basu and her team must be credited for picking up a prime-time murder that has never been televised or made into a film.
The background score building up the tension in scenes of suspense and wonder is spot-on and the two romantic numbers used for the love story montages are also pretty good.
The dialogue and screenplay are soo good…Tandoor does have ample faults along with a predictable climax but it is still very much binge-worthy especially because of its runtime. If you wanna witness the tale of intense love with overpowering hate & obsession which ultimately makes everything ugly & hateful then must watch this series!!!
Tandoor surely grabs your curiosity and manages to build on the suspense. This is despite the fact that we know the outcome of the case, but nonetheless, it is exciting to watch the mystery unfold.
4.3 out of 5 stars.