STAY IN-TERTAINED: Delhi Crime, The Spy, Money Heist - shows Rasika Dugal recommends

Updated: Apr 21, 2020, 12:21 | Anshul Vipat
  • Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    Amid the lockdown, Rasika Dugal, like most of us, has turned to the online space for her daily dose of entertainment. In an exclusive interview with mid-day, Rasika said that she has binged on some interesting shows including Indian releases and American web shows. Here's what Rashika recommends. (All pictures: mid-day archives/trailer screenshots from YouTube).

  • Delhi Crime, Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    Delhi Crime: "I am itching to suggest Delhi Crime," laughs Rasika Dugal when asked to share the names of binge-worthy shows on the Internet. The crime drama web series is based on the 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape and the subsequent police investigation. Starring Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain and Rajesh Tailang, Delhi Crime premiered on Netflix in March 2019.

  • The Unbelievable, Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    Unbeliveable: Acknowledging that she seeks powerful narratives, Dugal says she only recently found the time to catch up on Unbelievable and was deeply impressed by the Netflix miniseries. "It has strong female characters — two women cops and a sexual assault survivor — at the centre of the story. It is a hard watch because of its [gritty] plot, but I think everyone must watch it." Unbelievable is an American drama web show and is based on a series of rapes in Washington State and Colorado. It premiered in September 2019.

  • Succession, Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    Succession: Up next on her list is Succession. "I have also started watching Succession, and so far, I have loved it", says Dugal.

  • The Spy, Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    The Spy: The actor also heaps praises on The Spy. "It has great writing, interesting visuals and a fantastic background score", says the Mirzapur actress.

  • I Lost My Body, Rasika Dugal, Coronavirus

    I Lost My Body: I Lost My Body is a 2019 French animated drama fantasy film. The film tells the story of a severed hand that has a mind of its own and tries to find its way back to its former human host.

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From crime and drama to intrigue, Rasika Dugal's binge-worthy recommendations of OTT content has something for everyone