Special OPSAction, Thriller
Story of a Research and Analysis officer who finds the person behind a terrorist attacks.
Cast & Crew
Special OPS Movie Review:
The series by name makes very clear that it relates with some mission and yes the series has a unique narration about an internal inquiry. It revolves around an audit inquiry that is being conducted having Himmat Singh (Menon) on its centre. He is officer of a RAW intelligence group and an inquiry has been set up against him asking how and why Rs.28 crores were shown as 'Miscellaneous' expenses in the last 11 years.
The questions are being asked by him through stories that happened with him. The series goes with the narration of flashback of five agents that were deputed in five different Middle East countries with a single mission to find and kill the 6th invisible terrorist.
Characters seemed half-baked and this was clearly seen in their performances. In some of the action scenes are poorly choreographed were agents were involved, especially the agent's wedding fight scene with the terrorist. When compared to Neeraj Pandey's own spy film BABY, they are even worse than that.
On a grand scale, the series has some international locations that possess the cinematic experience that seems to be not matching up to the web-series requirements. The reason may be due to Pandey's inexperience in this section. This has made the episodes much lengthier.
Taking note of the acting of the cast, Kay Kay Menon is the one who has saved it from sinking deeper. His performance is impeccable and his impressive performance only has made Special Ops a watchable series. Besides him, the other strong supporting performances are delivered by Vinay Pathak, Divya Dutta, Sharad Kelkar, Parmeet Sethi & KP Mukherji.
They have done well and no extra efforts are being made to make things appear natural. The series also has recreated the 2001 Parliament Attack and it has been executed well.