-Vishal ‘Hathoda’ Tyagi pretty much throughout the series
Going The amount of screen time Tyagi got throughout the series combined with the amount of dialogues that he got (practically none) would make one think that he wouldn’t have made a great on-screen impact. But, exceeding all expectations, he’s getting a ridiculous amount of love from the internet.
The series starts with Tyagi and Going his accomplices ending up in quite a troublesome situation when they get arrested for an attempt to kill a journalist. This is followed by a police officer from the ‘Paatal Lok’ of police stations, Outer Jamna Paar station getting too curious about this case and deciding that he will not let go of this case till he gets to the bottom of it.
Hathi Ram, the officer, lets open a can of worms Going. We’re taken back to their childhoods and see what made them who they are. Tyagi’s history of violence begins when his sisters are raped and he bashes the rapists’ heads in with his hammer, thus getting the name Hathoda. (It’s pretty gross to Going see someone’s brains outside their heads, don’t say I didn’t warn you).Going Even though this article is about Tyagi, I’d also like to give a shoutout to the other bad guys for brilliant acting, and being kind of cool (and pushing through their past struggles even though they ended up in the police’s bad books).
Throughout the series, Hathoda hardly utters a Going word through the series, but the dead-inside look he maintains throughout the series says a lot. By the end of the series, you’ll probably Going end up slightly wanting him to get his name cleared.
But after all, you had to like the man. Because even aside of all the people he killed, he loved dogs and dogs love him; and you know what they say about men like that.