Netflix’s crime drama Jamtara started streaming last night. The story is set in a small town that holds the deep dark secrets of brewing cybercrimes.
Wondering if the show is binge-worthy? Here’s what Twitter thinks:
This series is an eye-opener that shows how smaller crimes in the country are not addressed until they become big.#jamtara— Deepchand (@Deepchand350) January 11, 2020
Had expectations from Jamtara on Netflix. Story of kids from a Jharkhand town who do card frauds. Watched one episode, looks amateurish. Meh.— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) January 10, 2020
Everytime you commit to a series and it doesn’t work out for you, what do you call the time wasted in watching it?— Lady Acid (@desiinpardes) January 11, 2020
Another let down series #Jamtara at Netflix.
#jamtara bit stretched , but they had their own telecom revolution. Two guys discussing Mahabharata are the best cast. Have always crossed the train station, never thought this city will make national news.— Abhinav Kumar (@singhabhinav) January 10, 2020
Me (sensing it is a phishing call): Theek hein. Batayien… Ek minute, mein yeh call record kar raha hoon.— First year of ze third decade of the Asian century (@JoseyJohn) January 10, 2020
Caller: Haan ji?
Me: Mein yeh call record kar raha hoon.
Caller: Chal hatt, buddhe… (Disconnects.)
Maybe it was not from #Jamtara. Maybe, it was.
Just watched 7 straight episodes of #Jamtara. Intriguing and moving at the same time. Finally Netflix India has something after Sacred Games and Delhi Crime to brag for.— ANISH MAINALI (@itsanishm) January 11, 2020
if you like small cities gundagardi wale shows, and most importantly if you watch cinema to enjoy the moments, then you can watch this because it has some.— vishwas (@vishwaskverma) January 10, 2020
otherwise, it’s a simply “mirzapur 2.0”
but really, damn good acting.#Jamtara #JamtaraSabkaNumberAyega
If you’re intrigued to unravel the mystery of Jamtara, click here to watch the full series.