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04-24-2015, 04:57 PM #1
5 Reasons why Manmarziyan is a breath of fresh air on Indian television
Swastik Productions’ Manmarziyan on Star Plus that hit the tube recently has been gaining immense positive response from the audiences.
The tale of four people, Samaira (Kashmira Irani), Radhika (Monica Sehgal), Neil (Shravan Reddy) and Arjun (Aham Sharma), connected by friendship and love, trying to find their identity and destination in life, makes for an interesting watch.
Manmarzian definitely has come as a breath of fresh air for television audience with its relatable storyline and unique production value. Helmed by the talented Siddharth Kumar Tewary, this light in feel show is a stark contrast to his earlier project Mahabharat on the same channel.
We give you five reasons why Manmarziyan is definitely a must watch show...read on:
Now how many TV shows today make people realise the value of dreams and aspirations? Bringing the value of ‘self identity’ as the core subject, we have Radhika and Samaira, two souls from different worlds, heading towards the same destination. We are sure all those people who have been wanting to make it big in life will get inspired from Manmarziyan and wake up from their dreams to make it come true!
Talented Ensemble Cast
Thankfully, Kashmira Irani decided to make her comeback with this show. Samaira would have been nothing without her. As for the new face Monica Sehgal, girl you are just too cute! With the spotlight on them throughout, we have no reason to complain as they are bang on with their performances. Also, a special shout out to Vidyadhar Karmarkar who plays Radhika’s dada ji, he is just too adorable!
Well, we are sure the Rishikesh tourism must be thanking Siddharth Kumar Tewary for projecting the city so beautifully. Manmarziyan is a visual treat, what with its grand scale of production. We are packing our bags for Rishikesh on our next holiday…aren't you?
Beauty of Friendship
The overdose of saas bahu sagas take a break with friendship being the backbone of this tale. As we see Radhika and Sam coming together, we can relate to a sudden encounter turning into a lifelong friendship too. Also, the way Neil stands up for Sam proves that ek ladka aur ek ladki CAN be friends!
Youth + Drama= Success
Ever wondered what works on TV? Well, with the youth getting hooked on to relatable shows and others enjoying typical drama, Manmarziyan definitely gets a thumbs up from both quarters. The refreshing tale has the required twists and turns, but presented in the simplest way making it the choice of the hour.
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