Disney+ Hotstar has ‘The Great Indian Murder,’ a riveting mystery series that provides fantastic entertainment. The Great Indian Murder’s conclusion, like that of any other series, did not provide a final answer, leaving viewers to speculate what will happen next.
‘Six Suspects,’ adapted from Vikas Swarup’s novel, strives hard to explore the darker aspects of the original plot and bring it to life on screen. Tigmanshu Dhulia, Puneet Sharma, and Vijay Maurya did an excellent job at bringing the characters to life and capturing their twisted essence.
The continual tension between the cops, as well as the reality that all of the important characters are motivated solely by self-interest, make this a fantastic binge watch. Pratik Gandhi and Richa Chadda’s relationship appeared to be excellent as well, and it gained traction past the halfway point.
Season 1’s cliffhanger, on the other hand, has us all scratching our heads. So, what happened at the end, and what could be in store for Season 2 of ‘The Great Indian Murder?’
The Great Indian Murder Ending Explained
Who were the murder suspects in Vicky’s case?
As you can expect, Jagannath worked hard to ensure his son’s acquittal. On the third anniversary of Vicky’s arrest, he hosted a lavish celebration. However, things go wrong during the party when Vicky is assassinated.
The series envelops all of the drama in suspense, and there aren’t just one or two suspects, but six, each with their own reasons for wanting Vicky dead.
Among the six suspects are:
- Manoj Kumar, a devious retired bureaucrat (played by Raghubir Yadav)
- Shabnam Saxena is a Bollywood actress (played by Paoli Dam)
- Eketi from the Andaman Islands (traveling India in pursuit of his tribe’s God’s stolen statue)
- Ashok Rajput, the welfare officer (played by Sharib Hashmi)
- Jagannath Singh, Vicky’s father
- Ritu, Vickey’s step-sister
A Family That Has Been Scorned
Manjot arrives at the address Sudha gave him in order to locate Ashok Rajput. His brother was a forest official who was involved in a case involving Vicky Rai when he shot a deer many years ago.
Vicky had bribed the other officials, but when Ashok’s brother refused to be bought, he was assassinated before he could testify in court against Vicky.
Ashok swore to exact vengeance on Vicky for his misdeeds so that his brother’s soul might rest in peace.
There Are A Plenty Of Political Games To Be Played
Suraj meets with Jagganath Rai and the Delhi Chief Minister to update them on the theory behind their investigation and how it points to the Chattisgarh Chief Minister.
Some information is sent to Jagganath and the others, leading them to suspect that his phone is being tapped and that an independent journalist is planning to expose the scheme.
Ashok is shown planting the idol at Vicky Rai’s house, shooting him during the party, and then stuffing the gun into Eketi’s bag so he may take the blame. Even if it wasn’t, Manjot tells Sudha that the Jaisalmer lead was a dead-end. He then contacts Suraj to admit that he, too, is crooked and is attempting to sway the investigation.
This was a tragic and pointless death
Eketi escapes his cell and searches the entire police station for the idol. When another officer discovers him in the evidence room, he finds it broken and is locked inside. The true idol is displayed at Ashok’s residence, where Ashok feels it will be a curse, as it has been at all the other locations since it was taken.
Suraj gets summoned to the police station to face Eketi. He enters the evidence room, where Eketi confronts him with the shattered idol and inquires about the genuine one. Suraj tells him to go, but Eketi is shot down when he is unable to find another way out.
Suraj phones Sudha to inform her that Eketi attempted to flee but was assassinated. Then, with the appearance of a third shooter whose identity is kept disguised, the scene of Vicky’s murder is revisited. The season comes to a close with that.
Who Is Vicky Rai’s Killer?
So, after watching several episodes of The Great Indian Murder, the most pressing question is: who was Vicky Rai’s killer? Everyone in the series is a suspect, all six of them, but who was the killer in the end? Vicky Rai’s killer is Ashok Rajput, who utilized a resident from Adaman to carry and hide the pistol in Vicky’s party, then shot him from the front when everyone was distracted by the firecrackers.