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JL 50 Review

JL 50 Review: I was excited about this series since the short teaser about the series released and now I just finished watching the web series, here in the post we are going to review the sony Liv original web series JL 50. We would talk about the Story, Performances, and many other things about the series.

For all those who don’t know, the series was earlier said to be a 2-hour long movie, but later it was converted into the 4 episodes web series, the series stars Abhay Deol, Pankaj Kapoor, Piyush Mishra, Ritika Anand, and Rajesh Sharma in the main lead role, the series is created by Shailnder Vyas, here is the full review of the series.

JL 50 Web Series Review

  • Name Of The Series: JL 50
  • Release Date: 4th Sept. 2020
  • Cast: Abhay Deol and More
  • Created By: Shalendra Vyas.
  • Season: 1
  • Total Episodes: 4
  • Runtime: 30-35 Minutes (Each Episode)
  • Rating: 2/5
  • Recommended: No
  • Parental Guidance: Suitable To Watch With Kids & Family

Story

The story of the series starts in 2019 in Kolkata, where a plane crashed at a hill that takes off 35 years ago, Shantanu played by Abhay Deol is in charged as the investigating officer in the case, during the investigation he found that the plane is really from 1984, and all the evidence points to the fact that the plane was flown in 1984 and has landed today, Shantanu does not understand all these things and he feels that it is all planned. , At the same time, he gets to know about time travel from the professor, Professor explains that time travel is possible and from here a new story begins, was it really time travel or something else, for this you will have to watch the whole series.

Performances

The performance of the actors in the series is fine, everyone did a great job, Abhay Deol is very good in his role as always, besides him, Pankaj Kapoor’s work is also very good, in the series Kritika Anand and Piyush Mishra  Got screentime time but still, they are brilliant,the work of other artists in the series is also fine, the whole of the series rotates around Abhay Deol, so all other actors did not get a chance to show much.

Screenplay & Others

The biggest issue with the series is, it’s Half Baked Story, the series has been brought to India with a new experiment, but it has not been filmed well, the series is too slow, and it might bore you, there are no special twists and turns in middle to Excite you, the series just keeps going, and finally ends up being simple, there is a little shocking suspense in the last moments, but I did not like that much, overall I would say the series was fine for 2014-2015 audiences, but for today’s advance audiences, it is just another series, the music of the series is also average, and the locations are fine.

Overall

We are going with the 2 out of 5 for the series, the series is very slow and A Half baked story that doesn’t excite you in spite of the great performance by Abahy deol, if you want to have a time pass, You can check the movie on Sony Liv, you can watch the movie with the family an kids as there is no any objectionable scenes in the series.

This was our JL 50 Review, what is your opinion about the series, please let us know in the comment box, for more post and reviews like this, stay tuned with us.

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