Well, my name is Kankshita and I think I am going to be active in here for a long time. Let's just say, I liked it and I am quite expectant. And right now, I am not one bit sleepy so I am going post like a little take of my own on the episode.
Navya, her family, her friends and the guy, Anant - all of them seemed pretty different than the image the promos had created, dun you think? It is a bit early to constrain the whole idea of these characters and to make conclusions, but I felt it was different.
The beginning wasn't huge, I liked that. And I kind of dint mind the BG score, it is the same with all the daily soaps - whip wop wush everywhere! Mother over here is cool, father is queer and grand mother is typically typical. Ha! Father, I was expecting to be different, but it's a little early to calculate the characters, like I mentioned.
The very beginning of the show, the very first episode shouts lots of promises - it was appealing. Be it the old older oldest college set used for Hindi dramas, or the screen going blur on Anant's entry, or Navya being caught in the end when the cup and flowers were not even hers and Anant coming to her rescue ---- it was all very predictable but I liked how they've presented it. Nothing I could laugh at, it was nonsensical but still, manageable and definitely watchable!
I feel, the lead characters have a lot of potential. Their characters are crisp and young and real, to a certain extent. However, the latter that I mentioned doesn't totally apply, realism is the last thing to expect out of serials but anyhow, the effort put in was cool. Or is just the same old textbook wrapped in a bright shiny paper? Like, if that is the case - my niece and brother shall certainly be disheartened.
Okay, I am done. Huge, it was. If I were to rate the show, I'd give it a seven on ten. Lately, there has been a bad zero I watch on TV with enthusiasm, I might as well like to watch this. Your views? Participate, people!