Every OTT platform is striving to create content that is unique yet draws the attention of the viewer. In the current scenario considering web series are the only form of entertainment available in peoples’ lives the content which is to be released needs to be top notch. Voot has always maintained a standard when it comes to the content that they generate. The trailer of Voot Select’s upcoming web series The Raikar Case was released recently. Helmed by Aditya Sarpotdar, The Raikar Case narrates the story of a family which on the surface seems to be a happy well connected Indian family that lives together in unison. But, deep down lies and dark secrets begin to unfold when the youngest member of the family Tarun commits suicide and blames the family for his death.
The thriller is backed by an able cast, including actors like Atul Kulkarni, Neil Bhoopalam, Ashwini Bhave, Parul Gulati,Kunal Karan Kapoor and others. It is said that The Raikar Case is inspired by true events. The drama thriller, written by Bijesh Jayarajan and Anaitha Nair and produced by Bodhi Tree Productions will start streaming from April 9 on Voot Select. The recently launched streaming platform has gained popularity for its earlier releases shows Asur and Marzi.
The Raikar Case Web Series Trailer
The Raikar Case is a thriller that puts the genre into perspective. The audience is introduced to a joint family who claim to get along well with one another. But like every family they too have their dark secrets embedded with lies. When you scratch the surface you find nothing but when you dig deep secrets begin to unravel. Everything goes south for the family when the youngest member, Tarun, jumps off a cliff and blames his family for this harsh decision. Things get ugly for the family from that point onwards.
What adds to the element of surprise and suspense is when it is revealed that Tarun has not committed suicide but in reality has been murdered by a member of his family. Once the investigation begins, every family member is under the scanner. And it is but natural that every member has something to hide.
The family is dysfunctional on its own like many other families. But due to the secrets that they keep from one another their conditions worsens until they decide to unite and stand against the accusations as one unit.
The Raikar Case Web Series Plot
Every family has its flaws and these flaws are always hidden from the outside world. There is always this need to put up a perfect image of a family infront of society. But when the going gets tough and situations worsen everyone turns on the other when they don’t have a uniting force. The Raikar’s are no different. Their family is deep in secrets that they keep from one another. But they come under the scanner when the youngest member of the family, Tarun, commits suicide.
Neil Bhoopalam is the investigating police officer John trying to find out if it was a murder or suicide. He is supported by Etasha Raikar (Parul Gulati). Every Raikar member claims to be innocent and has nothing to do with the death of Tarun. But each of their stories have loopholes and what makes it more interesting is that they all have a motive to kill. During these testing times it will be interesting to see whether the Raikar’s unite to fight the accusations or try to drown one another. From the trailer, it is clearly visible that the Raikar Case is an edge-of-the-seat thriller that will keep the viewers hooked throughout its seven episodes.
The Raikar Case Web Series Cast
Every web series or film requires a particular cast that will be able to take the show to another level. The actors who play the roles require learning the little nuances that their characters would portray, that’s what makes their characters so memorable. The makers of Raikar Case had a test in hand to select actors who would be able to portray different shades effortlessly and they have done a splendid job. The makers have brought together an amazing ensemble cast which includes Atul Kulkarni, Neil Bhoopalam, Ashwini Bhave, Kunal Karan Kapoor and Reena Wadhwa, among others.
How to Watch The Raikar Case Web Series Online?
The Raikar Case is Voot Select Original. The platform is relatively new and yet has managed to produce shows that are out of the box. The Raikar Case is no different. The show will be available for streaming from 9th April 2020 onwards. To watch the Raikar Case follow the next few simple steps:
- Download Voot through Play Store or App Store
- Subscribe to Voot Select
- Login to your Voot Select Account
- Search for The Raikar Case which will be streaming from 9th April 2020 onwards
The Raikar Case Episodes Leaked Online By Tamilrockers?
Voot Select is a relatively new OTT platform which has been producing amazing new content. But with competition being high and the number of OTT platforms that already have a strong fan base, it is important for the shows to not be leaked. But alas, the makers of The Raikar Case will have to bear the brunt of piracy as as Tamilrockers, a leading torrent site for movies, series and shows download has already leaked the full web series online.
Modern day web series and online streaming platforms depend a lot on opening week traffic as a significant source of return on investment. With the advent of Tamilrockers and other online web series streaming sites, makers and digital streaming partners face a daunting task of dealing with this situation.
However, what will work in the favor of The Raikar Case will be that people have already subscribed to Voot Select for their stellar performances and amazing content. The loyalists will prefer to watch the show on the Voot Select app rather than watching it on a mere 480P or 720P print will not do justice for the entertainment at stake, we believe.
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