Mai Se 1 Review: the Thrill of the Series Was Weakened by the Scattered Story, Sakshi Tanwar Stuns With Her Performance Mai se 1 review: written Man story Bookman put a poor little man, witness let man how we do spend man Library Girl upstight man
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There is a character’s dialogue in Mai, ‘how much some people wear a lamp, their Genie never comes out.’While watching this web series, you feel similar to Netflix India. The OTT platform, which offers successful and attractive originals abroad, does not seem to have success in Hindi. Their content selection also shows a famine of fundamental ideas. Before webseries Mae, Sakshi Tanwar’s lead role, Hindi viewers have seen a similar story in Sridevi’s last film ‘Mom’ in 2017 and Raveena Tandon’s ‘mother’ released during the same time. In these films, both mothers take revenge on their daughters for the tragedy and their death. Both movies were failed at the box office. The central element of the same idea has been changed and the story of Mai ke Badal has been created. Such is the new wine in Mai old bottle.
This series of six episodes of more than fifty-five minutes begins with the death of Supriya Chaudhary (Vamika Gabbi). Mother Shil Chaudhary (Sakshi Tanwar) hits a truck on the road ahead of her eyes and puts her to death. Unable to speak, Supriya worked in a pathology lab and wanted to say something to her mother in gestures before she died. Sheel feels that Supriya’s death is not a road accident but someone has killed her. ‘Who and why killed my daughter?’Trying to get the answer is only Mai’s entire journey. Mai is activated to lift the veil over the mystery of her young daughter’s death and take revenge. Then gradually new layers with new characters open up in the story.
Here is the home track of her Jeth-Jethani with the story of shill’s husband and children. The events in the old age home where Shil works play a key role in the story. Based in Lucknow, the story tells of a major medical scandal in which the police are behind the suspected syndicate. Here is the story of the unhappy married couple of SP Farukh Siddiqui (Ankur Ratan) who leads the special police force, as well as Neelam (Raima Sen), a gangster from Ascot girl. There is also a trek of Prashant Narayanan, in which he is shocked by appearing in a double roll and making the story A Total Film. Along with all this, there are other small and large characters in the series with their own stories.
Mai tries to tell stories of a lot of people together and constantly leaves the argument behind. As a result, the thrill continues to sag. There have been many stories in films and web sites where the main character says the same thing, ‘family is everything.’That sentence is laid in the foundation of Mai. Such characters can do anything for the family. You know. But when the creators put the argument on their heads, the story ends. The same happened in this web series.
In the opening two episodes, Mai binds up a bit and looks like maybe it will move in a slightly different style but it doesn’t. As it grows, it becomes loose and prone to repetition. New characters can’t add anything new. Especially the track of eminent actresses like Seema Pahwa looks absolutely inexplicable. The only success of the series is Sakshi Tanwar’s acting. He played his part beautifully and effortlessly. She has appeared with all condolences in her character. His acting might be the only reason to watch this series. Prashant Narayanan went to waste in the double roll, while Vivek Mushran’s parts are nothing special. Vamika Gabbi is average. Raima Sen is definitely making a difference, but her character doesn’t get much color.