National Award-winning filmmaker Neeraj Pandey has made his digital debut with Hotstar’s web series Special Ops. The series is an eight-episode drama that stars Kay Kay Menon, Vinay Pathak, Divya Dutta, Karan Tacker, Saiyami Kher, Muzammil Ibrahim, Meher Vij, Vipul Gupta, Sana Khaan and Sharad Kelkar in pivotal roles. It follows the story of a chief analyst in RAW, Himmat Singh which is played by Kay Kay Menon and his 19-year manhunt to nab a terror mastermind.
The show promises to be a thrilling one with lots of action sequences and some intense drama. Everyone has done justice to their roles in the series. The series is a perfect blend of facts and fiction.
The whole series revolves around the plot of a 19-year manhunt to get hold of a terror mastermind. The director has cleverly revealed each and every detail in an episode as the series progresses. The ending of the series came as a surprise to many. It was something that no fan of the show had imagined. The audience was rooting for a good ending but director Neeraj Pandey went a step ahead and gave the fans a memorable ending. Those who have watched the show have surely liked the surprise ending but still have some doubts in their mind.
In the ending as Ikhlaq Khan gets killed, he says that he still has a trick left up his sleeve in his dying moments. The sisters Sadia and Farah Qureshi are shown in a very suspenseful tone throughout the last episode. Towards the end, it is shown that they are clean and did not carry the suicide bombing vests as they were expected to. In a surprising change of plans, they decide to not bomb the meet. This ending shows that there is still some humanity left even in those who have been hurt and that was the message to take from the series.
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