Watchseries; Trial by Fire depicts the sad tale of the infamous Uphaar cinema fire tragedy. It narrates how the story of how this tragedy took place, the negligience of the cinema owners and the involved athorities and the aftermath. The story revolves around the lives of various fire tragedy victims and their families mainly Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy and their struggle to seek justice from the system. It was very sad to know that the relatives of victims are struggling for justice till date. The movie is gripping and a must watch. It could have been better if they would have also included few real videos of instances that happened.
Trial by Fire depicts the sad tale of the infamous Uphaar cinema fire tragedy. It narrates how the story of how this tragedy took place, the negligience of the cinema owners and the involved athorities and the aftermath. The story revolves around the lives of various fire tragedy victims and their families mainly Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy and their struggle to seek justice from the system. It was very sad to know that the relatives of victims are struggling for justice till date. The movie is gripping and a must watch. It could have been better if they would have also included few real videos of instances that happened.
Trial by Fire watchseries. It is an unimaginable story of the victims of a great tragedy. Abhay Deol and always acted very well. The characters, events etc. Are nicely depicted. The first episode is heart-wrenching.The series started out well but then just went south. It felt as if it was dragging for no reason. Some of the sub stories were half baked. One keeps wondering what happened to those people or why did that happen.If they had to drag it to seven episodes then many characters needs a closer. It seemed that the writer got tired of writing so stopped developing the characters.However, if you can handle the pain, especially what the parents went through then do watch it.
The bleak, hopeless, heartbreaking but realistic and blunt portrayal of a real-life tragedy specifically, but in general, it is the depiction of the deep-rooted and systemic corruption of our institutions and the insensitivity, indifference, and callousness of our people. Trial by Fire is an excellent show.Rajshri Despande, I first noticed her in Angry Indian goddess, then in Sacred Games, but I must have seen her in other movies or Series because she is credited with 43 projects on her IMDb page, earliest in 2009. Most of them were small and forgettable parts (at least, I don't remember seeing her, not even in Talaash or Kick). It took her ten years since her debut to get widely noticed and a little bit of fame in Sacred Games. But neither the Angry Indian goddess, Manto, nor Sacred Games did justice to her talent. She got her due in Trial by Fire.Her portrayal of a mother who lost her children and is fighting for justice is nuanced and layered. She displayed the whole gamut of emotions with ease and believability but without being melodramatic. She is heartbroken, shocked, distraught, hopeless, vulnerable, strong, resilient, determined, stubborn, focused, and unforgiving. She played the part with sensitivity and maturity and depicted rare mastery of the craft. She is phenomenal.
The biggest grief a person has to bear is their children's demise. The grief will intensify if they are killed from the negligence of the "untouchables" whose power is so much that they are beyond their reach. But as people say "Love" is the biggest strength this is the parents love towards their children that keeps them alive, their fight alive. The worst thing is the story is truth.The performance of Abhaya Deol and OMG..RajShri Deshpande (never saw her before but you can feel her anguish, she matches every beat ,every step of the mother, Her body language will give you the chill)
in the month of January we may have watched the best series of 2023.
It is heavy and intense. The tragedy is heart breaking and it is very well depicted in the series. The makers have used liberties to add some fictional characters to make it in an episodic form but totally justified. You will never feel anytime that anything has been taken lightly and genuine respect is given to the victims. I am glad that Netflix is giving importance to such events and producing a show like this. All the actors have done great job and the way the story unfolds is great. I wish more and more people watch this show as it is an important one. Trail by Fire is a great example how to make a real event show.
Sameer lodayaWhat a fight by krishnamoorthys worth watching itThe series is based on novel trail by fire where they narrated the tragedy of uphaar theatre fire incident..as the series is based on true events prashant nair has showed minute details and pain of victim families in real deep dark scenesRajshri played as a mother fighting for justice was tremendous..the expressions without hard hitting words were top class makes you feel as she is the real person and not a actor..Abhay being a Bollywood lead actor played his normally both leaded the series quite well with galaxy of starsThe series is of 7 episodes with very slow pace and a lot of time has been wasted showing on pre and post life of victims rather they could had showed more of court room drama and lackings of authorities to investigate the tragedyThis kind of series emphasises the truth of system which a common person suffers in his daily life and the viewers gets to know what kind of pain and loss people have faced due to negligence.