The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family Review

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Oct 11

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I bet every one of you out there thinks that your family is more dysfunctional than the others. To be honest, there is no such thing as normal families. Every family is quirky and dysfunctional in their own way. Ekta Kapoor has managed to bring out one of the most twisted family dramas on the digital platform. Like the name suggests, it actually is The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family. Barun Sobti and Kay Kay Menon play brothers, Samar and Vikram Ranaut, in the series. Vikram is the older one and Samar, the younger one. The trailer does not do justice to how twisted the series actually is and of course, there’s so much drama!

Samar returns home to Coonoor from Mumbai after eight years, with his wife, Sonali (played by Eisha Chopra). Vikram is a bitter, old army officer who had to resign after he got injured during a mission. His wife, Geeta (played by Shriswara), is constantly compensating for his dominating, irrational ways. Things take an ugly turn when Samar returns home for some time. The first episode itself has all the elements needed to make an entertaining family drama, but this one is so twisted you’ll actually start loving your family.



The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family manages to keep you hooked to your phones till you finish watching the entire series. Every episode reveals a secret that will leave you stunned. The humour element is used at the right places and for the right amount of time. Kay Kay Menon and Barun Sobti’s “bromance” is hilarious to watch! Both the actors have delivered mind-blowing performances in the series. Not to mention, the ladies in the series are no less. Sanaya Pithawalla, who plays Vikram and Geeta’s daughter Aditi, is another character you will fall in love with. She is rebellious and how!

Vikram and Samar’s mother, Premlata (played by Swaroop Sampat), is exactly how the oldest women in the family are shown onscreen these days. She has a helper who not only takes care of everything she needs but also keeps all her secrets and gives her the latest gossip. She also gets high four times a day; she makes this special chai that I’m sure a lot of you might want. Though the end of the show is quite predictable, it is worth binge-watching.

Watch the trailer of the show here.

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One of the only things I did not like about the show was that there were too many twists. You know how sometimes people give you a huge box of gift with several more boxes in it and the gift turns out to be in the smallest one? The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family is exactly that but well, you do not get bored of opening each box, if you know what I mean.

Verdict

Special appreciation to the director, Rajlaxmi Ratan Seth, for executing the concept and the wonderful writing perfectly. Every scene with Kay Kay Menon and Barun has drama and entertainment written all over it. This is definitely a show you need to binge-watch this weekend.

By Anusha Iyengar


Oct 11

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