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   Gullak Season 3

     
 

Gullak Season 3 returns with its relatable tale of an Indian middle- class family. The SonyLiv series, premiering moment (April 7), stars Geetanjali Kulkarni, Jameel Khan, Harsh Mayar and Vaibhav Raj Gupta. Gullak Season 3 is then to pierce your funny bone and get you all nostalgic with its funny, emotional and gladdening moments. In themini-series, the story of the Mishra family is recited by a gullak. No, no. Not to be confused with a piggybank. As the gullak ( voice of Shivankit Parihar) says,"Woh plastic se banta hai aur main mitti se. Usi mitti se kisse uthata hoon aur aapko sunaata hoon."After two seasons, as a bystander, one might wonder, what further can the makers have in store? But, an Indian middle- class ménage has innumerous stories, called kisse in the TVF series, magical enough to keep people hooked. And that's where the pen, Durgesh Singh, derives alleviation from, for the third season. Gullak Season 3 picks up from where it was left in the former bone. After Aman Mishra (Harsh Mayar), the youthful Mishra, tops his board examinations, the family is upset about his Class 11 admissions. And their biggest concern, like any normal middle- class family, is plutocrat. Thankfully, Annu Mishra (Vaibhav Raj Gupta), who failed his test in the first season and was seen buttering a original politician to get a gas agency in the alternate, has eventually secured a job. So, now, being the alternate earning member of the Mishra family, along with Shanti Mishra's tehri and affront, he's also served respect, commodity that's of great value in a middle- class ménage. The new season will see Annu literally stepping into his father's chappals. No, not giving away spoilers then. Some effects have changed, while some effects are constant in the Mishra Parivar. Their constant dissensions and bickering continue over trivial matters. Pop Mishra continues to wheeze'imaandaari ki charas', as his kiddies say, but this time it proves dangerous for him, as he gets suspended from his job. While Mummy Mishra has come more oral about her likes and dislikes, her sardonic reflections remain on point. Aman, the quirky 17- time-old, will leave you in splits with his retorts. Someone differently who has not changed in the new season is Bittu ki Mummy (Sunita Rajwar). The nosy neighbour might be a bane for the Mishras, but she's an added magnet to Gullak.
Directed by Palash Vaswani and created by Shreyansh Pandey, the five- occasion series has moments that will touch observers' hearts. The USP of Gullak is the fellowship between Geetanjali Kulkarni, Jameel Khan, Harsh Mayar and Vaibhav Raj Gupta and its relatable content. You'll hardly find anyone who wouldn't relate to Gullak's kisse, be it the satyanaryan vrat katha, a neighbour tagging along for regale or participating the AC room during summers. The realistic liar with relatable characters continues to win hearts indeed in the third season, which is commodity that the TVF platoon is known for. A series might be intriguing, but if the characters are not real, the story is not effective. Shot in Bhopal, the sets are the same with the same bedroom, kitchen and aangan. Still, this time, in comparison to the former two seasons, the show had smaller fun moments. But, also indeed life isn't always full of happy moments, right? And, these two times of the epidemic have tutored us that. With Jameel Khan, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Vaibhav Raj Gupta and Harsh Mayar in supereminent places, and Sunita Rajwar as Bittu ki Mummy, the cast of Gullak Season 3 remains the same with some new faces. Geetanjali Kulkarni might be a Marathi actor, but the way she has picked up the nuances of her character and made it her own is amazing. Jameel Khan as Santosh Mishra is persuading in his fatherly act, while Vaibhav Raj Gupta is compelling as Annu, who gives us a regard of his angry-youthful- man icon. Harsh Mayar's Aman hourly steals the show with his retorts. The National Award- winning I Am Kalam actor might be a 24- time-old in real life, but he's brilliant as the 17- time-old in the show. When the four of them come together on screen, it feels like they're a family in real life too. And, their repartee is commodity that the observers look forward to. Sunita Rajwar as Bittu ki Mummy is the cherry on the cutlet. In a world where every alternate series is a wannabe Mirzapur or Sacred Games, be a Gullak. The series, with five well- written occurrences of 30-40 twinkles each, is a breezy watch. Watch it over the weekend or you can savour it one occasion at a time

Release Date:- 7 April 2022
Genre:- Comedy, Drama, Family
Creator:- Shreyansh Pandey
Director:- Palash Vaswani
Writer:- Durgesh Singh
Producer:- Arunabh Kumar
Production:- The Viral Fever Media Labs
Episodes:-- 5
Certificate:- 13+
Cast:- Jameel Khan, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Vaibhav Raj Gupta, Harsh Mayar, Sunita Rajwar, Shivankit Singh Parihar, Deepak Kumar Mishra, Saad Bilgrami

 

 

 

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