Taraka Ratna’s 9 Hours Web Series Review & Ratings

9 Hours Web Series Review: The Telugu film business has done well in terms of producing unique films and web series, and 9 hours is one of them. Having now seen the first nine hours of Hotstar, let’s take a look at what the series has to offer.

9 Hours Web Series Review


3 simultaneous bank robberies commence the film, which then moves to a central jail where 3 inmates are plotting a heist and have nine hours to leave and return. Who is to blame for the bank heist and why was it planned? To learn everything, you’ll need to watch the show.

Cast & Crew

It was directed by Niranjan Kaushik and Jacob Verghese, with cinematography and music by Shakthi Kanth Karthick, and production by Rajeev Reddy and Saibaba Jagarlamudi behind the scenes. In addition to Vinod Kumar, Madhu Shalini, Ravi Varma, and Preeti Asran, the cast includes Taraka Ratna.

Series Name 9 Hours 
Cast Leads Taraka Ratna, Ajay, Vinod Kumar, Madhu Shalini, Ravi Varma, Preeti Asrani
Director Niranjan Kaushik
Producer Rajeev Reddy, Saibaba Jagarlamudi
Written by Krish Jagarlamudi
Music Shakthi Kanth Karthick
DOP Manoj Reddy

Movie Verdict

After a strong start, the story shifts to the central jail and becomes even more compelling due to the interactions between inmates and visitors. This also serves to remind viewers of the series prison, but the director was successful in drawing them in. While there are some flaws, they are outweighed by the fact that each episode contains a large number of thrilling elements.
Tarak Ratna has been sorely missed as the police officer, and he did an excellent job in his absence. Other actors, like Ajay, who played a criminal, performed admirably.
Congrats on making an intriguing web series; it’s not an easy task, and the director has done a great job at it. Known director Krish Jagarlamudi wrote the script for this series. His bank robbery scenes are so well-written that they not only feel like real-life money thefts, but they also keep you riveted to what’s going on inside the bank.
Aside from Manoj Reddy’s stunning photography and color palette and Shakthi Kanth Karthick’s passable music, the rest of the film’s technical aspects are fine.
Fans of suspense should definitely check out 9hours.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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