Khakee The Bihar chapter trailer: Karan Tacker vows to take down Avinash Tiwary
Khakee: Bihar Chapter trailer is here. After rolling out a trailer last week, Netflix has now announced the full-length trailer for the Neeraj Pandey-led crime drama, ahead of its November 25 release, based on the popular book by Neeraj Pandey. Indian Police officer (IPS), Amit Lodha, “Bihar Diary: The True Story of How Bihar’s Most Dangerous Criminal Was Caught”, the series follows two men who struggle at opposite ends representation of the law, in the early 2000s Bihar. Bhav Dhulia, best known for Rangbaaz season 1, directed the series, from a script penned by Uma Shankar (Maharani season 1).
Trailer for Khakee: Chapter Bihar opens with a voiceover that sets the premise: “Police and criminals, two very different people, from two very different paths, towards each other.” This theme persists throughout, highlighting the hardships of the oppressed, who end up turning their backs on society. As said before, this is new Netflix The series is heavily inspired by Lodha’s memoirs, while the idealistic officer is at the helm. Special activities reputation Karan Tacker playing Lodha. “In short, I want to make a difference, and not a small thing,” he said as he entered Sheikhpura, Bihar.
November 2022 release on Netflix: The Crown, Manifest, Enola Holmes 2, etc
The Khakee: Chapter Bihar the trailer is then cut to show the alternate faction – one of the notorious gang lords Chandan Mahto (Avinash Tiwary), when he succumbed to a life of crime. It was a crime, he said during a political campaign, to convince audiences to join his crusade. It is clear that he succeeded, creating a group of criminals, armed with weapons, shooting down the citizens of Sheikhpura, to the point that such attacks became common practice in the state.
“Honesty, fairness, bravery – all of these are the jewels of the police department,” said senior officer Mukteshwar Chaubey (Ashutosh Rana) told Lodha, essentially downplaying the appalling events. “You don’t wear them every day.”
Angered by ignorance, Lodha gives a deadline, saying, “By August 15, we will free Sheikhpura from Chandan Mahto”, initiating a confrontation between police and criminals, with injuries great death on both sides. Set between the 2000s and 2006s in Bihar, Netflix seems to have renamed the villains in Khakee: The Bihar Chapter, as the attacks were initially led by Ashok Mahto, accused of massacre and large-scale kidnapping.
Khakee: The Bihar Chapter also stars Jatin Sarna (Sacred game) as an accomplice to Mahto, Nikita Dutta (The Big Bull), Ravi Kishan (Whistleblower), Abhimanyu Singh (Sooryavanshi), Anup Soni (Crime Patrol), Aishwarya Sushmita (Special Operation 1.5), Shraddha Das (Ek Mini Katha), and Vinay Pathak (Bheja Fry).
“When we decided to liven up Amit Lodha’s story based on his book, we knew we had to work incredibly hard to consider the vision we were working on,” the director said. Bhrav Dhulia said in a prepared statement. “At its core, Khakee: The Bihar Chapter is a strong character drama that tells not only the story of good and evil but also how they use each other to survive.”
Khakee: Bihar Chapter reduced November 25 on Netflix.