The Fame Game, Mithya, Suzhal: The Vortex, and Delhi Crime-2 were among the year’s most captivating slow-burners. In 2022, long-form procedural, dramatic, and teleplays contributed to the variety of viewing experiences for viewers on the tiny screen. They brought plenty of suspense, fright, and psychological intrigue with them. Here is our selection of these groups’ top immersive entertainers. Check out the top psychological thrillers of 2022.
Top psychological thrillers:
This Zee Theatre production is a thriller with elements of psychological suspense. The Akarsh Khurana-directed teleplay hits the correct notes right away when Mr Bansal. The role is played by veteran Gajraj Rao. He invites renowned investigative journalist Mrinalini to his home to offer her a scoop and starts a cat-and-mouse game. We realise that there might be a secret goal behind this innocent offer as their chat picks up. The trio soon gain the assistance of Om, a cop (Sumeet Vyas), and Bansal starts to reveal layers of a long-buried mystery that links the three of them. The story falls apart and comes to a surprising end that everyone doesn’t see coming. Airtel Theatre, D2H, Rangmanch, Dish, and Tata Theatre Play all have “Gunehgaar” available.
The Fame Game:
You could say that the show that made Madhuri Dixit Nene a household name in the OTT world wasted its potential by the time it was done. But a second season might just save it. But overall, this programme was a masterful blending of drama, emotional weight, mystery, psychological depths, and histrionics, with Dixit proving why she is still regarded as one of the greatest actors to ever grace the silver screen. The Fame Game was a captivating movie. Because of Manav Kaul’s emotional performance, Sanjay Kapoor, Suhasini Mulay, Lakshvir Saran, and Muskkaan’s great performances. And the tale of a fading superstar whose career and family are on the verge of disintegrating. Netflix currently has the series, which was directed by Bejoy Nambiar and Karishma Kohli.
Suzhal: The Vortex:
This Tamil-language murder thriller on Amazon Prime enveloped us in the ritualistic fervour of a festival called “Mayana Kollai” even before the Kannada superhit “Kantara” explored local folklore. A tragedy that shakes the fictional Tamil Nadu town of Saambaloor takes place against the backdrop of the festival’s primal force. The show is a procedural inquiry into the disappearance of a girl. And it ends in a cathartic outburst of rage, sorrow, and retaliation. The series is helmed by Bramma G and Anucharan Murugaiyan and features the acting talents of R. Parthiban, Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, and Sriya Reddy.
A remake of the 2019 British series “Cheat,” which starred Katherine Kelly and Molly Windsor, this psychological suspense on ZEE5 is directed by Rohan Sippy and stars Huma Qureshi and Avantika Dassani. The six-part series, which is set in Darjeeling, depicts a psychological game between a professor of Hindi literature named Juhi (Qureshi). And her troubled pupil Rhea (Dassani). An argument that breaks out over a plagiarism accusation results in unexpected developments, and murder raises the stakes to dangerous levels.
Delhi Crime 2:
The wonderful Shefali Shah comes back as DCP Vartika Chaturvedi, who continues to struggle with a broken system, corruption, and other difficulties. As she attempts to solve a string of homicides in the nation’s capital. Rasika Dugal provides her with adequate assistance, and Tillotama Shome plays a terrifying role. The series poses pertinent questions about the gnawing economic disparity in society, which can result in festering resentment as well as criminal activity. The ensemble cast, includes Aakash Dahiya, Adil Hussain, Rajesh Tailang, Denzil Smith, Yashaswini Dayama, and Avijit Dutt. It is also excellent. The series is directed by Tanuj Chopra and is streaming on Netflix.
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