zee TV’s new show Hamariwali Good News comes as a whiff of outside air. The channel presents an endearing story that catches the quintessence of the consistently advancing elements of the saas-bahu relationship in Indian culture. It presents the most interesting job inversion between the girl in-law Navya and her relative Renuka to give their family the much-anticipated ‘Uplifting news’.
About the show:
Set in Agra, the show includes the Tiwari parivaar who, as most families, are wrestling with the journey for the quintessential ‘Uplifting news’ of a little child who’ll top off their lives with delight. Just this time around, it is the Saas who as opposed to pressurizing or criticizing her bahu for not having the option to imagine, will go the additional mile, neglect contemplations, for example, age and ‘Log Kya Kahenge’ by considering a child with her better half to bring the ‘Uplifting news’ that they aggregately anticipate. All things considered, who better than your own family to back you up when your chips are down and there is by all accounts no expectation. The excursion of this special Saas-Bahu relationship and the way in which it flawlessly develops despite this job inversion frames the core of Hamariwali Good News.
The show highlights flexible TV entertainer Srishti Jain as Navya Tiwari, a sure and youthful 23-year-old wedded young lady who trains kindergarten kids. Well known TV entertainer Juhi Parmar slips into the shoes of Renuka, the relative who is the life saver of the Tiwari family and deals with the house the manner in which no one but she can. Well known TV entertainer Shakti Anand also is a piece of the show attempting the essential character of Mukund, who is Renuka’s significant other and Navya’s dad in-law. A staple retailer, known for being a grumpy person. Raghav Tiwari assumes the job of a hovering spouse named Aditya to Navya Tiwari.
The show is reformist as far as its idea, which is away from the cliché stories and plots. The outfits and show set up are able for the subject. These characters astutely mouth the emphasize and expressions of Agra to give it a local flavor.
Juhi is working superbly as Renuka, however on occasion, we do feel she exaggerates. In any case, at that point, that may be the prerequisite of the content. Frankly, we are not exceptionally intrigued by the projecting. We feel the projecting of Shakti appears to be odd for he looks youthful to assume the part of a sasur. The discoursed are too overdramatic. The show glances constrained in specific spots. One terrible point is that all the lead entertainers are capable entertainers consequently they have a stuff of assumptions from the crowds.