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Bose: Dead/ Alive is intriguing, patriotic and RajKummar nails it every bit!

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RajKummar Rao is one of the most versatile actors we have in Bollywood. He has enthralled us with powerful performances in various films like SHAHID,TRAPPED, BARILEY KI BARFII, NEWTON and many more.
 
He will now be seen in Alt Balaji’s new web series Bose Dead/Alive as he plays the role of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, for which he has worked extremely hard to get into the skin of the role.
 
Recently, a special preview of first five episodes of the web series was held for media. Going by the preview of it, it was gripping as well as intriguing. No one other than Rajkummar would have aced this role.
 
The story and screenplay is helmed by Pulkit, and the creative producer is Hansal Mehta. Yet again, Patralekha, Hansal Mehta and Rajkummar Rao team up for ‘Bose’ and the trio are back with a bang (after CITYLIGHTS)!
 
BOSE: Dead/Alive, not only unfolds the truth that lies behind the mystery and rumour around Netaji’s mysterious death and India's biggest cover-up, but also throws light on the various aspects of his life and how it all started for him.
 
Starring Rajkummar Rao as Bose, ALTBalaji has gone an extra mile when it comes to the portrayal of integral characters like Hitler, Gandhi, Nehru and with the minutest details being researched, planned and executed to precision.
 
Each and every character has portrayed the role with diligence, the entire set up, and screenplay has been done keeping in mind with respect to pre-independence era.
 
When most of the story is showcased from the protagonist's point of view, Bose follows a different pattern. The real narrator of this story is Darbari Lal (Naveen Kasturia), who is a constable for the British Raj and has been appointed to spy on Bose.
 
The scenes between Naveen and Rao are something you just can't miss because both are so natural. Darbari gives you a glimpse of the revolution led by Netaji.
 
The way Bose has been dealt is a quite unique for a concept of web series in a crisp and simple way of storytelling.
 
‘Bose’ has been treated like a movie. The soundtrack designed by famous musicians Dr. G and Neil Adhikari is too good to not get noticed. Every moment in Bose gives you a high just because of the music. The electro-rap pumps up the aura and makes you curious enough about the storyline.
 
This one is worth watching for everyone who is curious to know what happened and is Bose Dead/ Alive.
 
History comes alive in 9 episodes.
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