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Mrs. Serial Killer, also spelt as Mrs Serial Killer is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language crime thriller film, produced as an Original for Netflix. 

The film is written and directed by Shirish Kunder and produced by his wife Farah Khan. The film stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Manoj Bajpayee and Mohit Raina in the main lead roles while Aamir Khan's niece Zayn Marie makes her acting debut appearance in a film.

Jacqueline plays the titular role of the film. The film was released on Netflix on 1 May coinciding with May Day. 

The release date of the film was announced in a video by the actress herself on 14 April coinciding with the Puthandu. The video was shared on Netflix India's social media account.

Movie Story :

The film starts with Sona Mukherjee (Jacqueline Fernandez) having a video call with her husband Mrityunjoy Mukherjee (Joy, Manoj Bajpayee) when Sona tells Joy that she is pregnant.

Right after the video call, inspector Imran Shahid (Mohit Raina), who is also the ex-boyfriend of Sona, visits her house to collect evidence against Joy in a serial killing case. 

Sona however thinks Shahid is just trying to frame Joy to take revenge for taking away his love.

The serial killing case is that 6 girls in the town go missing, and later their bodies are found in an isolated house owned by Joy. 

All the missing girls are unmarried pregnant and were aborted and dismembered. Joy, who is a doctor, is therefore arrested. The respect of people of the town to Joy turns to anger.

Sona, who firmly believes that Joy is innocent and framed by Shahid, visits Joy in prison, and Joy tells her to ask a famous lawyer Mr. Rastogi (Darshan Jariwala) for help, whom he saved before.

Rostogi suggests that they should by all means get Joy bailed. But the bail application is later rejected by the court for all found evidence is against Joy. 

He then suggests Sona to prove Joy's innocence in an illegal way -- to kill one more girl in the exactly same way the previous 6 were killed, to prove that the killer is not Joy.

Sona is a kind person and unwilling to do anything illegal, but she finally agrees with the plan after she is convinced there's no other way to prove Joy's innocence.

Sona chooses her neighbor Anushka Tiwari (Zayn Marie), an unmarried pregnant girl, just like the 6 previous victims. 

Later, news of Anushka's death reaches police, making the court believe Joy is not the killer and grant him bail.

After Joy returns home, Sona shows him Anushka, who is still held captive by Sona. It is revealed that Sona actually didn't kill her, but found an unclaimed body and dressed it and made it up, to make it look like Anushka's body. 

Meanwhile, Anushka's boyfriend Sid followed them and finds missing Anushka is actually alive and tied by them in the basement of Joy's clinic. Sid tries to free and save Anushka, but accidentally locks himself in the restroom.

Sona wakes up in the night to find Joy missing. Her sixth sense tells he is in the clinic trying to do something to Anushka, so she drives there immediately, only to find Joy is about to abort and kill Anushka.

Sona now realizes that Joy is indeed the killer of the six girls and tries to save Anushka, but fails as Joy pins her hand on the table with his scalpel. Sid is also taken down and tied by Joy.

Sid manages to contact Shahid to tell him what's happening there and the latter immediately arrives, only to be taken down and tied also by Joy. Joy is now going to abort and dismember Anushka right in front of them.

Shahid manages to free himself, stabs Joy and saves the others.

Sona wakes up in hospital, with Shahid beside. He tells her that Anushka is not going to file a case against her because she saved her life. 

Joy is also saved by the doctor and alive, but escapes from the hospital before anyone is aware.

Rastogi, who knew Joy's crime already, and possibly had his role in those killings, receives Joy and gives him shelter.

IMDB Rating:8.5/10
Directed:Shirish Kunder
Released Date:1 May 2020
Types:Drama, Thriller, Crime 
Film Stars:Jacqueline Fernandez, Manoj Bajpayee, Mohit Raina
Movie Quality:480p HDRip.avi
File Size:275.6 MB
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Mrs serial killer 2020 full web series Review:

About halfway way into Mrs Serial Killer, written and directed by Shirish Kunder, the alarm bells begin to ring. 

Is Manoj Bajpayee, the sole reason for watching this Netflix thriller, going to be no more than a glorified extra in this insipid thriller? And then a bit of a crackle and a twist. The actor explodes. 

He is granted a little over 30 minutes to put on a full-on performance. He goes all out! The final moments of Mrs Serial Killer are therefore far more watchable than its first hour and a bit. 

But Bajpayee's brilliance is hardly enough to paper over the inanities that are passed off as generic sleights as the film lurches to its climax.

Bajpayee plays a hotshot gynaecological surgeon, Mrityunjoy Mukherjee, who is suspected of being a serial killer and taken into police custody. 

The dismembered bodies of six missing girls are found in the doctor's half-built farmhouse. No lawyer is willing to represent him. 

When he is escorted into a courtroom, a belligerent crowd shouts, "Hang the killer!" And when he is led out after the judge rejects his bail plea, he is assaulted by an angry mob. 

Even in prison, fellow inmates pounce upon him and leave him with grievous injuries.

Mrityunjoy's distraught wife Sona (Jacqueline Fernandez) seeks the help of criminal lawyer Brij Rastogi (Darshan Jariwala), an old pal of the doctor, to prove the innocence of the accused. 

The lady is ushered into the advocate's garish bedchamber where he is recuperating after a cardiac arrest. 

The camera (the film has two DoPs, Ravi K. Chandran and Kiran Deohans), places the actors at the bottom of the frame as they begin talking. 

With their conversation turning conspiratorial, we are given close-up views of the two. The focus shifts from the overstuffed, baroque backdrop.

Production designer Shashank Tere is also given a great deal of scope to create the spaces in which the action takes place, which includes an evocatively lit deserted hill town market where the heroine is chased by a girl in the middle of the night before the two women have a go at each other. 

All the work that is done to enhance the quality of the compositions, the lighting and the ambience is in the end wasted on a film that has very little to offer by way of mystery and tension.

To return to the story, or whatever there is of it, all the evidence that is presented in the courtroom by the investigating officer, Imran Shahid (Mohit Raina), points to Mrityunjoy's involvement in the gruesome killings, but the cunning advocate convinces the pregnant Sona to take the law into her hands to prove that the serial killer is still on the prowl and that her husband is a victim of a miscarriage of justice.

Unfortunately, no matter what the not so amazing Mrs Mukherjee tries, including ensnaring an unmarried girl, Anushka Tiwari (debutante Zayn Marie Khan), a college student and Taekwondo black belt who is pregnant too, a lack of original ideas stalks Mrs Serial Killer until the aforementioned point of the film where Bajpayee makes a stirring return and turns the tables on everybody.


Lurking behind the scenes is a motherless man who was probably also molested as a child by an adoptive father. 

Also thrown into this naive, slapdash mix is a jilted lover who has reason to try and get even with the woman he loved and lost. 

The woman in question is willing, on her part, to do anything it takes to get her man out of the slammer.

It is revealed early enough that the police inspector was Sona's boyfriend for years but was beaten to the altar by somebody else. 

He has landed up, with not-so-clear intentions, in the hill town where Sona has relocated with her hubby and is now preparing to welcome an addition to the family.

In the film's opening scene, which is actually borrowed from a juncture in the tale much further down the line, we see the heroine muttering to herself in a frenzied state: "This story is about to end. 

Though not the way we imagined it. But we've got to do what we've got to do!" Might have been a great idea had the story actually ended there, but then we would have missed out on all the drama that Bajpayee unleashes in the last quarter of the film. 

When the actor surveys the scene in the course of this purple patch, it is easy to understand why he exclaims: "What a mess!"

Mrs Serial Killer is a hopelessly botched operation. It needed a scalpel far sharper than the one that is at the disposal of the writer-director whose brainchild this supposedly suspenseful crime drama is. 

The red herrings that the film throws our way do not serve any real purpose and the needle of suspicion is pointed so glaringly in one direction that what Mrs Serial Killer comes up with in the end is not even much a guessing game.

Jacqueline Fernandez, whose last film was the disastrous Drive, continues to hit a wall. She is moved by neither frenzy nor the fear of the inevitable to begin to see need to express the character's emotions. 

Is that the brief the director gave her? If yes, she does a great job of thwarting the audience's attempts to grasp what is going on in her mind. Mohit Raina, best known as television's Lord Shiva, walks through his role as if in a divine trance. 

For newcomer Zain Marie Khan who, barring a couple of action sequences that she is in, is only required to lie prostrate on a stretcher, this film is a vehicle without wheels.