Sarabhai vs Sarabhai Take 2 Review

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Indian television had daily soaps and a dose of reality shows too, but that single show which brought all the generations of an Indian family together sharing laughs was Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai, which ran from 2004 to 2006 in its debut.

After eleven years of long wait, the fans finally have their favorite TV series back and this time in the newest form. The web series of Sarabhai vs Sarabhai is gaining its crown again on Hotstar.

Take 2 has completed ten hilarious episodes and Sarabhai fans are enjoying the flavor, even more, this season.

A good actor portrays a character well but the best actor makes the character alive in his performance.”

And a show that has the best of the performers together in a single lens is Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai. Season 2 is encountering a level up the humor of Indravadan(Satish Shah), the poetry of Rosesh ( Rajesh) choking hearts deeper with knife and Monisha( Rupali Ganguly) maintaining the middle class from the first episode itself of “Mannat on Samadhi”. The character of Sahil played by Sumeet Raghavan is wiser and wittier this time. Maya (Ratna Pathak) has got a little puff of white hair, but her beauty and class are timeless. And after all this, there is a new member in the family Arnab, son of Sahil and Monisha.

The show maintains a central comedy theme along with showing some eccentric family values and relationships. Where on one side episode 5 and 6 shows a relationship between a father and son through a fight between Indravadan and Sahil, we see how parents react towards their son’s girlfriend when character Jasmine(love interest of Rosesh) comes in the show. The show tells family troubles, fights, love in comic manner which gives out a family goal to every viewer which is –

“ There may come ups and downs,     but a family that would stay together throughout sharing laughs and tears will won the crown.”

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