Mrs Serial Killer Movie Review – Jacqueline Fernandes’s Netflix original film


Jacqueline Fernandes’s Netflix original film Mrs. Serial Killer has been released and we are telling what you will get to see in this film.

Mrs. Serial Killer Movie Review

Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Jacqueline Fernandez, Mohit Raina
Director: Shirish Kunder

Mrs. Serial Killer movie stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Manoj Bajpayee, and Mohit Raina. The story is actually that the police arrest a famous gynecologist, who gets jailed for six mysterious murders in the city. In such a situation, his wife can do anything to save her innocent husband and attempts to commit a similar crime and prove him innocent.

Jacqueline Fernandes plays Sona in the film and her husband is Manoj Bajpayee in the role of Dr Mritunjoy Mukherjee. Mrityunjoy aka Joy runs a big maternity home and his wife Sona is upset with Imran Shahid (Mohit Raina), a cop. There is a secret of Imran and Sona, which no one knows. Simultaneously, Imran is trying his best to send Joy to jail. He is also successful but then there is such a twist in the story that you get a little shocked.

Produced by Kunder’s wife Farah Khan, the film was released on May 1, 2020, as a Netflix original.

Mrs. Serial Killer shooting location
Mrs Serial Killer movie was shot in Nainital, Uttrakhand.

Mrs. Serial Killer movie review: Hindustan Times

Mrs Serial Killer has some of the worst greenscreen work I’ve ever seen, and Kunder’s idea of symbolism seems to be restricted to arranging a piece of rope to look like you — the viewer — are being flipped off.

And that’s the overall emotion that Mrs Serial Killer leaves you with. Not only does it disrespect your intelligence, it pretends –for a brief time towards the end — that it has been in on the joke all along. It has none of the tongue-in-cheek chuckles that producer Farah Khan’s Main Hoon Na did, but is, instead, a strong contender for one of the worst films of 2020. Read more

Mrs Serial Killer movie review:

The biggest spoiler about Mrs. Serial Killer is that it barely expands on the premise contained in the trailer and the official synopsis. The plot is as threadbare as the Uttarakhand town in which the film is set. There are hardly any people about – perhaps the serial killer was more successful than we realised?

The maternity home run by Sona is conveniently empty. The element of dread, which is the basic requirement for even a C-grade serial killer story to work, never enters the frame.

Mrs Serial Killer movie review: News18

In just one line Work from home is anyway tough. I don’t understand why Shirish Kunder has to make it even more difficult?


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