The latest Netflix web series is adapted from the hit Spanish drama Elite.
A still from Class (via Twitter)
Last Updated: 10.54 AM, Feb 04, 2023
Class is the latest Netflix web series adapted from the hit Spanish drama Elite. It talks about a few teenage kids from Delhi from two different backgrounds who deal with lies, cheating, broken friendships and more. Soon after its release, the fans binge-watched the show and shared their reactions on social media.
A few netizens call it a well-made reality, while a few compare it to the original Spanish series.
One of the fans wrote, "Just finished watching #NetFlix #ClassOnNetflix #ashimahluwalia Well made reality .... Of premium high schools..@netflix (sic)."
A netizen spoke about the chemistry between a few characters of the show and penned, "#ClassOnNetflix is mid till now but oh god they got everything right with Faruq and Dhruv. I’ll be finishing this show for them like ooooo the chemistry (sic)."
A movie buff tweeted, "#ClassOnNetflix is so far so good. Decent adaptation of "Elite". Indian Omar is cute also, kudos to the team for acknowledging caste as the real menace in the Indian context. (sic)."
Another one also reviewed the show and shared, "watch Class on Netflix for a local conceptualisation of Euphoria. It has all the same ingredients: drugs, sex and social media in a Delhi high school, mental health battles, dirty family secrets, inter-religious and -caste and queer relationships. peak “elite modern India” scenes (sic)."
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The Netflix series stars Gurfateh Singh Pirzada, Anjali Sivaraman, Ayesha Kanga, Chayan Chopra, Chintan Rachchh, Cwaayal Singh, Madhyama Segal, Moses Koul, Naina Bhan, Piyush Khati, and Zeyn Shaw in key roles.
Class is available to stream on Netflix.