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Nimki Mukhiya

Nimki Mukhiya is a story about a fun-loving and carefree village girl, Nimki. She belongs to a poor family. She doesn’t know what fate has in store for her. Nimki has big dreams. She is unaware of the realities of the world outside. Nimki contests in a local election and her journey of self discovery begins.

Story:
Nimki is pretty and confident girl. She dreams of Emraan Hashmi, but fails to see his face. Nimki goes for her exam. She asks her friends to pray for her till she finishes her exam. She has a loving and caring family. Nimki gets help from her friends. A real insight of the village living is seen. Nimki tells her lecturer that she is studying well to get married in a good household. She requests her lecturer and gets extra time to cheat in the exam. Nimki’s innocence is seen when she pastes the answer key in the paper and writes a cute note for the examiner. Nimki finishes her final paper. She decides to go for watching a movie. On the way, Nimki sees Mukhiya’s son Babbu Singh’s poster. Mukhiya’s family is introduced. Nimki enjoys a movie with her family. She gets to meet Babbu Singh in the theatre. Babbu Singh is called at home. He assures his dad that he will win the people in the village function. Nimki develops a liking for Babbu Singh. She then gets to see the side effects of power and takes a stand.

Overall:
The show has good star cast in terms of performance. All the actors justify their role and shine out by keeping their portrayals likeable and different. Bhumika Gurung and Abhishek Sharma are playing the leads. Bhumika is the scene stealer in every episode. Many will relate to Nimki’s real to life character. The show brings light and clean comedy. Nimki Mukhiya is a promising show. It can be tried once.

Our Rating:

3 out of 5

Saam Daam Dand Bhed:

Saam Daam Dand Bhed revolves around Vijay Namdhari and his political journey. He comes across many shocking things that could ruin his life and career in a moment. Vijay keeps love, friendship and family over political powers. He is unaware of his destiny.

Story:
Vijay is one of a kind, smart and balanced man. Vijay’s journey turns inspiration for everyone. Vijay turns into a big political leader from a carefree youngster. He is known for doing justice for all. Vijay tries all the four ways Saam Daam Dand Bhed to achieve victory. Vijay saves a girl’s respect. He beats up an inspector, teaching him a good lesson. Vijay just loves the earnings he gets by his hardwork. He bonds with strangers and makes relations of humanity. Vijay didn’t wish to enter politics ever. He was unemployed, but stood with all the helpless people always. Vijay’s family is introduced. Vijay didn’t know he will get helpless to enter politics. He gets a chance to change time and walk along. He is more of a family man, but becomes a guiding light for many.

Overall:
Leads Bhanu Uday and Sonal Vengurlekar do complete justice with their roles. Bhanu Uday has made an amazing comeback with this show. He totally gets into Vijay’s character. It has romance, action, and bits of humor. The show has a strong concept. Good scenes, dialogues and appropriate detailing. The show doesn’t disappoint.

Our Rating:

3.5 out of 5

Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal

Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal is a comedy series, where Kunti and her son’s journey is seen. Kunti Devi is looking for a perfect bride for her son Kanhaiya. Kanhaiya also wants to get married soon. He is innocent, good hearted and a sweet guy. All his family members are comic characters. Kunti’s high demands get a hit by the fate.

Story:
Kunti tells Kanhaiya about the girl’s family coming. Kanhaiya gets hopeful. Kanhaiya manages the work smartly. Kanhaiya gets to meet a girl, who is good in cooking, but not a bit devotional. Kunti calls off the alliance. The girl’s family insults them for having so many demands from her would be bahu. He tells Kunti that her dream of a perfect bahu will never be fulfilled. Kunti challenges Shiv to grant her wish, else she will die in the temple. Kanhaiya doesn’t want Kunti to risk her life. She does tapasya and prays to Shiv to give her Sarvagunn Samparn bahu. She turns too desperate to find a perfect bride. She finds it tough to get all the qualities in a single girl. She doesn’t lose hope. Lord Shiv gives his Darshan to Kunti and Kanhaiya. He asks her to wait till Kanhaiya gets his soul mate. She worries that Kanhaiya turned 36 years old now. Lord Shiv finally grants her wish, but with a twist. Kunti keeps interrupting when Lord Shiv blesses Kanhaiya. Kanhaiya gets five different blessings. Kunti gets five daughters-in-law and finds hard to deal with them.

Overall:
The show is a rib tickling comedy. The main characters Kunti Devi and Kanhaiya are played by Kanchan Gupta and Manindar Singh. They put life in the scene by their perfect timings. Its tough to create humor. Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal just does that. By a thoughtful wish turning bizarre, Kunti Devi falls in trouble to manage five bahus, each having an unique trait. Kanhaiya gets stuck in weird circumstances. The show promises a lots of laughter. Its surely, a good family entertainment.

Our Rating:

3 out of 5

Ayushaman Bhava:

Ayushaman Bhava is a story of an eight-year-old boy Krish, who seeks justice for the crimes committed against him in his past life. Avinash was a software engineer, who got betrayed by his friend in his company. Avinash takes re-birth and re-connects with his family.

Story:
Avinash works day and night to make a never seen before software. Avinash loves his family a lot. He is his parents’ pride. He has high hopes to sell it for a good price and set his life. Avinash’s software gets stolen. Avinash gets arrested for the theft. He tries to expose the culprits. He badly gets deceived. Avinash who led a simple life with his family, hoped to get success by his software and provide a good life to his family. He planned to marry his love Samaira. Avinash was smart, intelligent, and a good hearted guy. He believed everyone, assuming the world is kind like his family. With big dreams in eyes, Avinash gets an unfortunate death. He dies as a restless soul, leaving many tasks incomplete. Avinash gets reborn as Krish. Krish is born to a simple, sincere and loving couple. Krish is most loved by his mother. Krish leaves for his picnic trip. Krish starts recalling his past life.

Overall:
Avinash Sachdeva, Megha Gupta and child actor Ricky Patel play the lead. Avinash is fairly good in his portrayal. Ricky as young Krish takes the story ahead. The show is a revenge drama with a reincarnation twist. Supporting cast is fairly cast. Story gets a fresh touch to it, as the little boy takes revenge from big baddies.

Our Rating:

3 out of 5

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7 Comments
  1. I like Ayushman bhav:

  2. I haven’t tried Ayushman Bhav but all the other shows, specially, Nimki Mukhiya is a breath of fresh air. The leads, the dad, Tam Bachan, Nikki’s siblings, the BDO (Indraneil Sengupta) all are doing a great job. The accents are almost authentic and not grotesquely over the top. Love the show. Kya haal Me. Panchal is hilarious and uses comedy to question the Indian quest for the perfect bride or groom for that matter. Lead of Sam Daam Dand Bhed is dashing; story seems interesting too although tense.

    1. *Ram Bachan, Nimki’s siblings

  3. RANdomfANCreationz

    Honestly speaking I didn’t find any of the shows interesting in the promo itself but I actually liked ayushman bhava I thought this show will be the most boring one among the four when i saw all the promos as I didn’t understand the promo but I was wrong this show is really diff from other shows these days ayushman bhava is really a diff way of showing reincarnation , I don’t really like the concept reincarnation but this show is something diff , the other three can’t say much about those

  4. I really like all serial of star Bharat

  5. I missed life ok serial

  6. Saam daam dand bhed is my favourite…a serial with fresh concept!

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