Based on Bilal Siddiqi's book of the same name, Emraan Hashmi's Bard of Blood has arrived on Netflix. Emraan portrays the role of a spy in this series and it also features Shobhita Dhulipala (of Made in Heaven fame)
So, if you're confused about binging this show over the weekend, here's what the janta thinks.
I started watching #BardOfBlood and ended up watching all the seven episodes at one go. The narrative is very engaging.— Faridoon Shahryar (@iFaridoon) September 22, 2019
The production values are world class and Chirantan Das's Cinematography is simply spectacular.
Watched 2 episodes on the big screen- can’t wait to watch the others on #Netflix - because like @iamsrk said everything in #BardOfBlood is Netflix! Congratulations to ‘Netflix’ and the team at @RedChilliesEnt and the creator @BilalS158 !— rahul dholakia (@rahuldholakia) September 23, 2019
#BardOfBlood finished with the 3rd episode, background score is good , suspense is good but the execution is poor, action scenes are not up to mark. I rate it 2/5.— Aditya (@Im_AmovieBuff) September 27, 2019
Just finish @emraanhashmi starrer @NetflixIndia series #BardOfBlood . Hands down, one of best Indian series with mind blowing performance by every actors. A brilliant storyline, World class visual effects and best performance. 4/5. @emraanhashmi ❤️❤️😱😱 pic.twitter.com/aZJGyaWbow— Niraj Khatri❤️🏏 二ラジ カトリ (@niraj07cricket) September 27, 2019
Bilal Siddiqi ki pustak Bard of Blood pe adhaarit - Produced by Gauri Khan ...a a Netflix original Red Chillies Entertainment production...wah @iamsrk Little dumb & this genre is new for me so enabled the commentary version of it...It's actually going with it. I like #BardOfBlood— ♡ Sнαн Kι Bιωι ♡ 𝔏𝔦𝔬𝔫𝔢𝔰𝔰 ღ 𝒂 𝒇𝒂𝒏 (@JacyKhan) September 27, 2019
#BardOfBlood Episode 3 now. I am glued. Cant get up without completing the entire season. The story is super catchy & drives to wonder what happens next.....Emraan Hashmi at his best...and the technologies used...for the actions scenes are brilliant! Those explosions...wow!— ♡ Sнαн Kι Bιωι ♡ 𝔏𝔦𝔬𝔫𝔢𝔰𝔰 ღ 𝒂 𝒇𝒂𝒏 (@JacyKhan) September 27, 2019
I didn't like Netflix's #BardOfBlood at all. Poorly written, outdated, and apolitical (despite being set in Balochistan!), it borrows the worst, most unambitious and non-confrontational aspects of mainstream Hindi cinema.— Rohan (@RohanNaahar) September 27, 2019
My review, for @htTweets: https://t.co/rL5iCY7iXv pic.twitter.com/6w3bf4m62z
My review - ab ghodo ki race me gadhe bhi daudenge RIP #BardOfBlood— Mohit (@MohitUtd) September 27, 2019
Watching the fourth episode now. A very engaging and thrilling experience. #BardOfBlood— lol (@sarcasticninjaa) September 27, 2019
#BardOfBlood succeeds in showing us the human side of spies. It exposes their follies, weaknesses, and impulses. That they are truly capable of loving someone and worthy of being loved. Read my detailed review at:https://t.co/juzDlghTET pic.twitter.com/pSTva9beyl— Murtaza Ali Khan (@apotofvestiges) September 27, 2019
Now you know.