Dancing on the Grave Review: Has the Critics Ranked the Series to be a Hit or Flop?

Dancing on the Grave Review: “Dancing on the Grave” is a TV series premiered on Amazon Prime in 2023. It is a true crime docu-series that examines the murder of Shakereh Khaleeli, who went missing in 1991. The series presents a clear and compelling narrative and features intriguing characters. The murder of Shakereh Khaleeli took place in the early 90s in Bangalore.

Dancing on the Grave Review

The series follows the investigation of her disappearance and murder by family members and police alike. The series is directed by Patrick Graham and is presented by India Today Originals. There is also a song called “Dancing on the Grave” by Corey Voss and Madison Street Worship.”Dancing on the Grave” has four episodes in its first season. The cast includes Shafaq Naaz, Patrali Chattopadhyay, Medha Rana, Anup Upadhyay, Danish Pandor, and more.

Dancing on the Grave Review

Dancing on the Grave Review by Critics

Ratings: 8.3/10  Review By: IMDB

There are incidents …no matter how unrelated to your life and yet they leave an impact. They leave you with more questions than answers….more perplexed than resolve ; sense ceases to prevail only to haunt your mind and soul.

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Ratings: 4/5  Review By: India Today

There are some stories that get stuck in your head and Shakereh Khaleeli’s murder is one of those cases. As said by her nephew, it was beyond anyone’s imagination that ‘something so dastardly would happen to someone so loving and lovable’.

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Ratings: 3.5/5  Review By: The News Minute

Many among us may be familiar with the ‘Richmond Road case’ in Bengaluru. In the early 1990s, Shakereh Khaleeli, the granddaughter of the Diwan of Mysore, was found dead in the courtyard of her own home. Her skeletal remains were discovered by the Karnataka police in 1994, three years after Shakerah’s daughter raised an alarm that her mother was missing.

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Review By: Daily0

Revolving around the 1991 murder of Bangalore (long before Bangalore was Bengaluru) socialite Shakereh Khaleeli, Dancing On The Grave faithfully recreates Khaleeli’s early life and her eyebrow-raising second marriage with ‘godman’ Swami Shraddhananda.

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Review By: Scroll

Dancing on the Grave is a true crime documentary series that revisits a sensational case to see if any new truths can be discovered. Over four episodes, director Patrick Graham (Ghoul, Betaal) attempts to dig up fresh dirt on the murder of 47-year-old Shakereh Khaleeli three decades ago.

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Review By: Film Companion

There is a delightful murkiness in not providing neat answers. In 1994, in the heart of Bangalore, Shakeereh Khaleeli, the granddaughter of the former Diwan of Mysore, one of the oldest aristocratic families of Karnataka, was found murdered.

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Ratings: 3/5  Review By: The Envoy Web

Dancing On The Grave is a docuseries that will give the viewers all the important details related to Shakereh Khaleeli’s case, but it is much longer than necessary. Fans of true-crime docuseries can still give it a chance.

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Dancing on the Grave Trailer

Dancing On The Grave - Official Trailer | Prime Video India

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