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    Default Review - Colors' Sanskaar Dharohar Apnon Ki

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    This is yet another serial which deals with family values, challenges and the lead hero’s life journey and everything in between…only this time it works.

    Yes, we are talking about Colors’ latest tango with the soap world, Sanskaar Dharohar Apnon Ki which kissed small screens yesterday (14 January 2013). The show is produced by Anahita Productions and Cinemantra.

    The screens open up to picturesque colour corrected scenes which depict Jai Kishen (Jay Soni) revering the sun God on a beach. His friend comes and informs him that he has bagged a meaty job in USA and he should rush to the airport asap. But instead his heart craves for Gujarat and after completing his studies, he is all set to return to his dharohar. Here we would like to mention that the creatives have used the word “dharohar” quite many times as if to hammer the title in the heads of viewers.

    Moving on…while Jai Kishen talks about family love in word graphic rhetoric all along, the family back in Gujarat prepares for the homecoming of khandaan ka chirag Jai and of course, re opening of a handloom mill which has been shut for 12 years.

    The head of the family, Ansu Ba (Aruna Irani) is a widow but wears sindoor. Reason? “Sethji ka naam ko sindoor mein jibit rakkha hai,” this amazingly dramatic dialogue says it all.

    In the due course, the creatives aptly set the exposition carpet and introduces majority of the characters. While Karsan Das and Parul, Jai’s parents played by Rasik Dave and Sonali Sachdev, are the do gooders, Hasmukh Chacha (Rejendra Chawla) has a veneer of grey which promises interesting sequences in the coming days.

    The camaraderie between Ramila (Supriya Shukla) and Ketki (Divya Bhatnagar) is meant to add a comic relief.
    ...being a human...



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