They are more than 1.300 million inhabitants. And India's film production is quantitatively the most powerful in the world, with an extraordinary citizen turnout at movie theaters: about one billion viewers each quarter. Naturally, television is part of that audiovisual attraction, even for a couple of decades it has had a remarkable influence on the evolution of the form and content of films. Cable television, with its fiction series, has recently incorporated sexual content sequences, has marginalized traditional music numbers and has moved away from film shoots in studios. An example of all this is the interesting series Mirzapur (Amazon Prime).
The local mobster of Mirzapur He is a millionaire carpet exporter, drug trafficker and owner of the city. His son, Munna, is a young man with Shakespearean reminiscences, jealous, cruel and ambitious. Guddu and Bablu are two brothers, children of an honest lawyer, who will choose to work for the Don of the city. The nine chapters of the series, shot with a western concept of the cinematographic story, will show the links and alliances of the three key powers, the business, the political and the police. Nothing new under the sun, no matter how much Mirzapur Corruption does not need financial engineering or screen societies: everything is direct and transparent.
The creators and scriptwriters, Ritesh Sidhwani, Karan Anshuman and Farhan Akhtar, were responsible for Inside Edges, Indian-American series selected for the Emmys. Once again, fiction allows us to better know reality. The city of the Purvanchal region is not a city without law, it is governed by the law of the most powerful, which has more weapons and less scruples. And if the 21st century could be defined as that of globalization, series like this show that greed, power, corruption or jealousy are global elements since the night of time.