Mukhbir Web Series Review: Mukhbir: The Story of a Spy has been streaming on the ZEE5 platform since November 11, 2022. Let us see Mukhbir: The Story of a Spy Review.
Cast: Prakash Raj, Zain Khan Durrani, Harsh Chhaya, Barkha Bisht, Adil Hussain, Dilip Shankar, Atul Kumar, and Others
Director: Shivam Nair, Jayprad Desai
Producers: Vaibhav Modi, Tabassum Modi
Music Director: Abhishek Nailwal
Cinematographer: Dimo Popov
Editor: Kunal Walve
Mukhbir Web Series Story
The plot is inspired by the book Mission To Kashmir: An Intelligent Agent in Pakistan, which is written by Maloy Krishna Dhar. Set in the 1960s, some Indian agents working discreetly in Pakistan get captured and killed by Pakistani ISI. At the same time, SKS Moorthy (Prakash Raj), who is a spy agent working in Indian IB (Intelligence Bureau), comes across a thief, Kamran Baksh (Zain Khan Durrani), and gets impressed by his intellect. So, Moorthy recruits Kamran for a secret mission. Moorthy sends Kamran to Pakistan to learn the military secrets there. Did Kamran achieve his mission? forms the base plot of Mukhbir: The Story of a Spy.
Mukhbir Web Series Review: Positive Aspects
- The sets, locations, old model scooters & cars used very well resemble the 1960s
- The kind of devices used by spy agents to deliver messages and the code language was well depicted in the series
- The series gets pretty exciting from the mid portions with many thrills
- Zain Khan Durrani is apt in the spy role
Mukhbir Web Series Review: Negative Aspects
- The series takes so much time in the initial episodes to get going
- The character introductions need to have a better presentation
- Showcasing the training given to spies would have brought depth to the series
- The continuity factor is missing in a few sequences
- The filming of action sequences disappoints the audience
Mukhbir Web Series Review: Technical Aspects
The music by Abhishek Nailwal opts for the mood of the series. The cinematography and production design are neat. Directors Shivam Nair and Jayprad Desai did a decent job with the series. While the character establishment could be better, the directors successfully ran the series on an exciting and thrilling note with mid and ending portions.
Concluding the Mukhbir Web Series Review, Mukhbir: The Story of a Spy has exciting moments and thrilling factors from the mid-part. Despite slow narration in starting portions, the series ends up a decent watch.