Happily Ever After promises to be an extremely entertaining Romantic Comedy , albeit with lots of errors, in a good way.
Avni (Harshita Gaur)and Roneet (Naveen Kasturia) set out to get a marriage of Avni’s dreams, big fat Punjabi style, destination fare. What follows is a series of funny events, budget issues, misunderstandings, family interference as their happy relationship evolves to the next level. Will their love survive the marriage? Are they headed for a Happily Ever After?
This is a Weekly Release Web Series ( Sat 7 PM), with each episode expected to be of 25-30 min.
This Pakaoo Review and Rating is basis Episode 1 only.
All right, Made in Heaven meets Little Things , but what the heck, Happily Ever After has got everything going for the millennials.
Basis review of Episode 1 released on 1st Feb 2020, this Zoom Studios Web Series is going to be one worth waiting every week for. Comedy, some excellent dialogues that will instantly strike a cord with the millennials, Delhi- Mumbai conversation starters, dating, non hypocritical and free spirited thinking of today’s youth , all are reflected very well in this Series.
The lead pair Avni(Harshita Gaur) and Roneet (Naveen Kasturia) , a great pairing ,are extremely convincing in their portrayal of a young couple in love, while never going over the top, just right, real and relatable. Kudos to the Director Navjot Gulati ( Jai Mummy Di Fame) for capturing the reality of Punjabi Weddings from millennial point of view.
Social obligations, long list of invitees, and what not shows the dilemna of Wedding planning. What stands out however, are a few messages given out very subtly, like Roneet refusing to take the expenses of the Wedding from any side of the parents, taking Avni’s first marriage, car and loud social status with the right attitude. Roneet is already warm and affable.
Pakaoo Team will be waiting for the next episode.