Monday, September 20, 2021

MUMBAI DAIRIES 26/11 (2021) – Hindi – Podcast Review in Tamil


  • Released date: 9th September 2021
  • Streaming Platform: Amazon Prime Video
  • No of Seasons: 1
  • No of Episodes: 8
  • Runtime: 7-8hrs
  • Original Language: Hindi
  • Dubbed Language: Tamil, Telugu
  • Genre: Drama, Thriller
  • Censor: U/A
  • Podcast Language: Tamil
  • VR Rating: 8.5/10



Mumbai Diaries 26/11 recreates the fictional version of the utmost diabolical terror strike on the city of Mumbai on 26th November 2008. This stage is from the viewpoint of three elements, a government hospital that ultimately becomes the battleground among the cops, doctors, and the terrorists, an attack and a rescue at a star hotel, and belatedly, a life of reporters who are desperate in covering the attack.



  • The Cast selection and their acting was a killer strike. Mind-blowingly did, their participation made the screenplay an intriguing one.
  • The screenplay has shown the original incidents in the reel that are unblemished, and it was breathtaking. I like the perspective from the eyes of doctors and their struggles on helping the people even though it was a terrorist. 
  • Cinematography, the contrasts of both hospital and the star hotel have exhibited remarkably.
  • The background score created tension and edge seat thrilling moments from the star to the absolute end.



  • Foul words in a few of the unwanted episodes made it Repulsive. 
  • The shootout scene between the cops and the terrorist sought of created desperately to push the time has damaged the credibility of the cops meaning that their shooting efficiency is not much good than the terrorist.


Overall, Mumbai dairies is a must-watch medical thriller that recreates the original stratagem with brilliant narration and a breathtaking screenplay.



PS: Please watch the movie on a high definition or 4K enabled screen with Dolby surrounded speakers to feel the aura. I watched the series with High definition with HDR enabled screen along with Dolby surround speakers.

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