Bullets Web Series Review: Mx Player comes with its new web series Bullets. Does it give you what was expected? Is it still entertaining and equally shocking? Read on to know.
Bullets is a joke of a crime thriller whose only intent is to provide a few cheap thrills with an excuse of a frail storyline.
The women at the forefront have a murder charge against them, with attempts from every end to kill them, but their only concern is about the luxury car they would hop onto, the dress they would wear for the next party.
The show makes a complete mockery of the functioning of the police force. The methods that the women employ to bypass the security personnel of a famed cabinet minister are truly a joke on the audience.
Devang Dholakia fails both as a writer and a director and doesn’t infuse any thrill or meaning into the sequences.
It’s a show where the women have enough time to pack their suitcases with beachwear and party-wear (that would last an eternity) in an hour when their existence isn’t certain. It’s a show where a majority of the men are either perverts or baddies who do murky underworld deals.
Bullets Web Series: Storyline
Bullets will be a crime thriller drama. It will feature the story of Tina and Lolo, who are bold and badass and brave girls.
Sunil Korade, the son of a corrupt politician Hemant Korade, is killed the very night his pub has a lavish launch party.
Sunil’s Canadian girlfriend Tina and a mysterious woman Lolo flee the crime scene as the cops launch an investigation into the murder. With enough evidence to establish Tina and Lolo’s link to the incident, the female duo is on the run and ultimately reaches a lodge in Goa to seek refuge
They are on the mission to thwart an illegal weapon deal between two countries. They are trying to gather evidence and other proofs on their journey. But suddenly some influential politician becomes their hurdles.
On the quest to gather evidence, a mishap occurs and the duo is suddenly up against an influential politician. They soon find themselves being chased not only by his goons but also by the police.
Bullets Web Series: Review And Rating
Rating: 2.0 stars/5
Our overall rating is not an average of the sub scores below.