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‘Class’ on Netflix: What the critics say

Netflix has released ‘Class’, the Indian adaptation of the Spanish hit show Elite, directed by Ashim Ahluwalia.

The eight-part series stars Piyush Khati, Gurfateh Pirzada, Anjali Sivaraman, Madhyama Segal, Cwaayal Singh, Ayesha Kanga, Chayan Chopra and Chintan Rachchh.

Here’s what critics said about the student drama.

The Hindu says, ‘Class’ is not revolutionary, it is anything but. The show is sincere in taking plot devices and character sketches from the original, but only getting the bare bones of the plot right does not promise a good adaptation.

The Indian Express says that this show is the cinematic equivalent of cheat meal; immensely satisfying, but only if you’re spending the rest of your week on a strict diet of Soviet era socialist dramas.

The series is produced by Bodhi Tree Multimedia.

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