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About this title

Storyline

A down and out cop lands the case of a lifetime when four suspects are nabbed in the assassination attempt of a prime time journalist. The case turns out to be a devious maze where nothing is what it looks like. The pursuit of it leads him to the dark netherworld - the 'Paatal Lok', and to shocking discoveries in the past of the four suspects.

Country: India

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: Hindi

Release Date: May 15, 2020

Also Known As: 下流世界:刺殺行動, Paatal Lok |  See more »

Parents Guide: France (18), Germany (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

thriller
organized crime
street crime
transphobia

Company Credits

Production Co: Clean Slate Films, Clean Slate Productions

Cast

Amit Raj
as TV Reporter on bridge
Nitin Awasthi
as Priest at temple
Sushil Parwana
as Tyagi's father
Sandeep Mahajan
as Dahiya
Radha Khandelwal
as Lady in train
Aaryan Khullar
as Young Kabir
Loveleen Mishra
as Rachna Dwivedi
Ishwak Singh
as Imran Ansari
Shashvat Sanadhya
as Mentally disturbed undertrial
Om Prakash Singh
as Guard at records office
Anuradha Athlekar
as Keerti EP
Chandrakant Agarwal
as Cop at court
Neha Sahay
as Sid's Spanish teacher
Deepak Rana
as Prisoner at Tihar jail
Anvita Gupta
as Pratima
Harinder Gahlot
as Haryanvi bouncer
Sanjiv Kumar
as Village man #1
Shreedhar Dubey
as Amitosh Tripathi
Lovekush
as GG Restaurant waiter
Siddharth Shankar Shaw
as School kid #2
Paras Chaurasia
as Lawyer
Alka Saxena
as Old woman
Aakriti Sagar
as Young Tyagi's sister #2
Nikita Grover
as Manju Verma
Atif Ahmad
as Beggar kid
Madhur Bajaj
as Shauki's son
Ganesh Kumar
as Uptown waiter
Akash Khurana
as Singh Saab
Shivam Khanna
as Varun
Samragyi Bansal
as News Awards Emcee
Nehpal Gautam
as Fruit seller
Anoop Gosain
as Tyagi's brother-in-law
Kalpana Jha
as Slum woman
Poonam Singh Dhillon
as Chaaku's mother
Shalini Gupta
as Tyagi's sister
Azim Naqvi
as Liberal participant
Mahender Bisht
as Young Hathi Ram's father
Jogi Mallang
as Rajbir Gujjar
Afsar Ali
as Taariq's chacha
Raj Sharma
as Mahipal Singh
Shreya Sinha
as Jai's secretary
Hemant Kumar
as First class judicial magistrate
Ritika Choudhary
as Felicia
Parvathy Kumar
as Sid's principal
Sachin Kathuria
as Property Dealer
Richa Chaturvedi
as News NBW Receptionist
Atmaja Pandey
as Streetwalker
Sonu Saini
as Conductor
Muninder Sagar
as Constable Shaligram
Karmanya Sharma
as Young Hathi Ram
Rahul Nigam
as Mock Interviewer
Amarjeet Singh
as Kaaliya
Bhanu Prakash
as Reporter in conference room #3
Asif Basra
as Jai Malik
Himanshu Luthra
as Zakaria informer
Farman Qurashi
as Little Kaaliya
Mairembam Ronaldo Singh
as Mary Lyngdoh/Accused #4
Neeraj Kabi
as Sanjeev Mehra
Arjun Kumar
as Doctor
Ismail Khan
as Jatt boy #2
Aarav Saluja
as Singh Junior
Ajay Raju
as Chaiwala
Asha Joshi
as Old woman at rally
Prashant Singh
as Reporter #2
Rajesh Sharma
as Gwala Gujjar
Ashish Tyagi
as Shadow #1
Pankaj Kataria
as Constable at court
Abhishek Banerjee
as Vishal Tyagi/Hathoda Tyagi/Accused #1
Shilpa Sablok
as Renu's kitty friend
Anil Sharma
as Big opponent
Manju Bahuguna
as Tyagi's mother
Indresh Malik
as Mukesh Talreja
Tushar Dutt
as Raju Bhaiyya
Saurabh Chauhan
as Sunil Gautam
Yashodhan Arora
as Arjun Puri
Sagar Dinesh Ramaiyya
as Reporter in conference room #1
Desiree Sangma
as Talreja Historical Receptionist
Gurcharan Singh
as Sukkha
Garima Rawat
as Saloni
Harshit Taunk
as Junior CBI officer
Manish Choudhary
Anup Jalota
as Balkishan Bajpayee
Swati Verma
as NGO woman in slum
Mohit Tyagi
as Shadow #2
Albert Wangkhem
as Little Cheeni
Gehna Seth
as Reporter outside court
Mayank Mahawar
as Kabir's brother
Rishi Kulshreshtha
as Constable Tokas
Shashi Ranjan
as Babua
Pradeep Rawat
as Loud mouthed kid
Manish Chaudhary
as Vikram Kapoor
Ram Naresh Diwakar
as Gamchha man
V.K. Sharma
as Old Sadhu
Gagan Arora
as IAS Aspirant
Amitabh Ghosh
as Chanda's father
Rajender Mehra
as Potty man
Naveen Chandra
as Constable at circuit house
Gurmeet Singh
as Camera man on bridge
Ashish Sharma
as Reporter #1
Unnati Gala
as Veterinarian doctor
Vyakhya Seth
as Young Tyagi's sister #3
Jagjeet Sandhu
as Tope Singh/Accused #3/Chaaku
Brij Gopal
as Tyagi's uncle
Harsh Sharma
as Jatt boy #3
Srishti Sharma
as Zoey costume girl
Vijay Srivastava
as SHO Ramavtar
Drishti Bhardwaj
as Young Tyagi's sister #1
Sagar Ramaya
as Hindi Reporter
Sachin
as Uptown Manager
Chandrashekhar Sharma
as Chaaku's father
Nitish Rathore
as Party worker at rally
Gulshan Suryavanshi
as Bhupinder
Ansh Gupta
as Prahlad
Aruna Soni
as Lady Constable
Kuldeep Singh
as Shaakal/Village man #2
Ayaan Ahmad
as Dhaka
Ankur Vikal
as Kana Commando
Himanshu Gokani
as Panelist #1
Fayza
as Gudiya
Rajesh Jais
as Shukla Ji
Raj Singh Rawat
as Young Tyagi's father
Bodhisattva Sharma
as Siddharth Chaudhary
K.S. Kalsi
as Senile old man
Lokesh Kumar Aggarwal
as Young Kabir's father
Krishansh Bhatia
as Kid in train
Harsh Gahlot
as Boy #1
Veenu Khatri
as Shukla's wife
Nivedita Shrivastava
as Journalist outside police station
Vipin Sharma
as DCP Bhagat
Sidharth Bhardwaj
as Anil Bhai
Niharika Lyra Dutt
as Sara Matthews
Vandana Sharma Kain
as Shauki's wife
Aashu Kumar
as Bladebaaz
Rakesh Sharma
as Priest at ghat
Mannu Sharma
as Chitrakoot hotel receptionist
Bunty Singh
as Sentry
Ronak Singh
as Mechanic
Jaideep Ahlawat
as Hathi Ram Chaudhary
Pawan Diwan Singh
as Man in hotel room
Praveen Nithariya
as Goon
Ravi Pandey
as Personal security guard
Vinod Saroj
as Man at rally
Vijay Shukla
as Kabir's father
Vipin Kumar
as Boy #3
Karmmaan Rajaani
as Right wing participant
Arnab Chakraborty
as Restaurant singer
Deeptesh Das
as Constable Bhati
Lakshvir Saran
as Rohan Thakur
Gul Panag
as Renu
Pawan Singh
as Jitu Bhaiyya
Parminder Shah Singh
as Chitrakoot school principal
Shankar Mahawar
as Pandit
Chum Darang
as Chinese infomercial girl
Harshul Kaul
as School kid #1
Vaibhav Wadhwa
as Jatt boy #1
Anurag Arora
as SHO Virk
Rajni Goyal
as Lady in train
Anubhav Jain
as Reporter in conference room #2
Satyajeet Gaonkar
as Grumpy forensics expert
Aasif Khan
as Kabir M/Accused #2
Jolly Rajpal
as Hiranyakashyap
Akshay Sharma
as Donullia
Sukhbir Singh Batth
as Chaaku's grandfather
Sukhwinder Chahal
as Shauki Mama
Nitish
as Party worker at rally
Harshit Mahawar
as Muslim kid
Swastika Mukherjee
as Dolly
Abhimanue Arun
as Firangi
Virender Sharma
as Om ji
Jatin Rawat
as Boy #2
Zoheb Nagpurwala
as Taariq
Anindita Bose
as Chanda
Suvinder Vicky
as Balbir Singh Sekhon

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 9 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & Nominations

Asian Television Awards 2020

Nominee

Asian Television Awards

Best Drama Series

Nominee

Asian Television Awards

Best Original Screenplay

Nominee

Asian Television Awards

Best Original Digital Drama Series

Winner

Asian Television Awards

Best Original Screenplay

Indian Television Academy Awards, India 2021

Nominee

Indian Television Academy Awards, India

Best Actor - Web Series

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