In this post you will get all information about Web Series Pati Patni Aur Panga Review In Hindi
|Release Date:||11 Dec, 2020|
|Genre:||Marriage, Love, Social Prejudice|
|Content Type:||Web Series|
|Family Viewing Advised:||No|
- Actors: Ada Sharma, Naveen Kasturia, Alka Amin, Hiten Tejwani and Gurpreet Saini
- Director: Abir Sengupta
- Category: Hindi, Romantic Comedy, Drama
There is an extraordinary need to chat on the issue of sexual orientation affectability in our general public. Although by no means our society considers itself modern, it is not willing to talk about LGBTQ.
The biggest thing is that even today people not only make fun of sexual orientation but they are also harassed. MX Player’s new original web series ‘Pati Patni Aur Panga’ talks about this in a slightly lighter and slightly more serious way.
Pati Patni Aur Panga Story
Khushi Arora (Naveen Kasturia), a real estate broker in Mumbai, comes to her shop and a very beautiful girl Shivani Bhatnagar (Ada Sharma).
If Shivani is single, she does not want to give him any room, then Khushi aka Romu’s friend Jeetu (Gurpreet Saini) advises him why he should not give Romu a room for rent in his own house.
For this, Romu’s father and mother also get ready immediately because they fear that their son may be gay (gay). In a few days Shivani and Romu come close, both have sex and then both get married.
But after marriage, Romu realizes that Shivani was actually Shiva who changed her gender by changing Shivani’s form. It is from here that the relationship between the two becomes hellfire from paradise. You should watch the last episode of the series because it is good.
Pati Patni Aur Panga Trailer
Pati Patni Aur Panga Review:
Gender sensitization is a very serious issue worldwide and is openly raised in this series. Yes, that’s why director Abir Sengupta has resorted to funny and funny scenes in this series to create comical moments, which is beyond comprehension.
There are some scenes that greatly lighten the issue, but this is what Abir shows in the final episode of his talent series, which is truly worthy of praise.
Ada Sharma is beautiful as always and when it comes to her character, she does justice to her character as well. This series is completely by Ada Sharma, it would not be wrong to say.
Ada Sharma’s court scenes have become very good. Naveen Kasturia is a good performer and has proved his talent in many series before but his character of Romu was not given much depth in this series.
Yes, it is very important to mention a character and that is Romu’s mother (Alka Amin). It wins your heart as a quiet mother and a sensitive woman in the last episode.
The rest is played by lawyer Hiten Tejwani, who is of dramatic type. Overall, even if you find this light series on gender sensitization somewhere, it somehow satisfies you in the final episode.
See why: Gender sensitization is not just society, but we all need it. On the off chance that we don’t comprehend others living in the general public, at that point someplace they do foul play to them. See, nothing will occur.