Social episode 4 update: Will Naveen Kasturia's character find clues to locate his sister?
Rana Daggubati's crime web series Social is India's first bi-lingual web-series. It also stars Naveen Kasturia in a parallel lead role. The series revolves around around the growing number of cyber crimes, with the advent of social media. Its fourth episode was streamed on Viu on Friday.
With the house of talent Rana Daggubati and internet sensation Naveen Kasturia as Prithvi in Social , this 13 episode digital show has become one of the most talked about series in recent times. With the first three episodes building a captivating plot, the third episode unveils a breakthrough in the search for Myra.
The episode starts with Prithvi and the group interrogating the suspect they have kidnapped. The man reveals that he started running into these circles via an online page that offered part-time jobs that entails get sexually intimate with women and blackmail them using video recordings. When asked what happens to these girls after the video exchange, he mentions that they are done with their part and he isn't aware of their fate. Cue a mysterious scene where Myra is trying to reach out to someone.
For every step that Prithvi takes forward he feels like he is losing out on time. With Neelesh's help, he successfully hacks the online page of the company that employed the guy but he begins to worry about Veda and suggests they go to the cops. The others argue for the fear of jail, for kidnapping the man. Wondering how deeply he has been involved in all of this, Prithvi reaches home. He starts watching the news of a scandal regarding a politician and and is alarmed with something he sees.
Does Prithvi outsmart the cops and crack the case?
Updated Date: Sep 22, 2017 17:07:00 IST
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