24: India (2013– )
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Shibani and the ATU team get a location as to where the virus would be planted. Naina meets with Antara at Mane Shinde's house. Jai tries to break Balraj to reveal Roshan's location.

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Robert Cochran (creator: "24"), Joel Surnow (creator: "24") | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anil Kapoor ... Jai Singh Rathod
Ashish Vidyarthi ... Roshan Sherchan
Sakshi Tanwar ... Shibani Mallick
Harsh Chhaya ... Siddharth Sehgal
Sudhanshu Pandey ... Vedant Acharya
Sumit Kaul Sumit Kaul ... Gyan Thakkar
Anita Raj ... Naina Singhania
Neil Bhoopalam ... Aditya Singhania
Sharad Ponkshe ... Mane Shinde
Madhurima Tuli ... Devyani Bhowmick
Karanvir Sharma Karanvir Sharma ... Raj Singh Bhakta
Manasi Rachh ... Maddy
Akshay Ajit Singh Akshay Ajit Singh ... Veer Singh Rathod
Amruta Khanvilkar ... Antara Mane Shinde
Gurpreet Saini ... Mihir
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Shibani and the ATU team get a location as to where the virus would be planted. Naina meets with Antara at Mane Shinde's house. Jai tries to break Balraj to reveal Roshan's location.

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24 India, Season 2
16 September 2016 | by punkajjajuSee all my reviews

Review after S02E16:

After a rather slow, sedate and uninteresting start, 24 is now holding out on its own. The script is basically a scene-to-scene adaptation of the original 24, Season 3. Some cosmetic changes have been made to suit regional sensibilities.

But, the original 24/III was released 13 years back and with its Virus theme may have been topical then. Its a bit stagnant now, with terrorism lurking every corner. (The Indian version doesn't even have a name for the virus.) Thats a minor glitch.

The proceedings lacks the intensity of the original but, by Indian TV standards, its yards ahead. Anil Kapoor needs to be complemented for that. Though, I am very unhappy with his portrayal of the protagonist. He plays Jai Singth Rathore loudly, always shouting unlike Jack Baeur who is soft, intense and very vulnerable. I don't feel concerned for Jai Singh half as-much as I do for Jack.

Sakshi Tanwar is uni-dimensional, the other ATU unit are just about okay. The good performances come from the politicians who are remarkably underplayed by the three leads, including Anita Raaj who is pretty good as the vamp.

So, a decent effort. I look forward each Saturday/Sunday for the episodes and that is saying it all.


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11 September 2016 (India) See more »

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