Mai Web series Review season 1

Mai Web series Review season 1

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Review: Mai web series depicts crime and love genre like Mom of 2017 Let us tell you that Mom was the comeback film of Sridevi and Raveena Tandon Mai web series is comparable to them in many aspects like original idea Mai¬†web series has a humble and Ordinary mother is pleading for her daughter. In this web series, Sheel’s life turns into complete turmoil when she sees her daughter’s death in front of her eyes. Looks like it could be a conspiracy too, Sheel goes on a journey to discover the truth.


Parallelly, Farooq Siddiqui (Ankur Ratan), the special police officer in this story, is on the verge of exposing people to a medical scam and money laundering.Be it, Farooq, as Supriya’s lover, or Sheel as the caretaker of Jawahar’s mother in an old age home, the characters in the series are either directly or indirectly linked to the mother-daughter duo.
The director- debutants Atul Mongia and Ansai Lal, who made their directorial debut with ‘Phillauri’ (2017) – managed to extract excellent performances from the cast. On-screen, Sheel, who is both emotional and vulnerable at the same time, and Supriya, her silent daughter, who manages to express her views, are both innocent. The use of close-up shots of the protagonist by the director further adds to the tension. Wearing multiple hats in the project, Mongia is the producer-producer and has co-authored this six-part crime-thriller with Tamal Sen and Amita Vyas, who, together, bring alive the mother-daughter duo’s misery and suffering, humane relationship. and sacrifices, political scams, money laundering and much more.
This fictional drama, like other crime sagas streaming in the OTT space, uses Lucknow as a backdrop to portray the right and wrong behaviors in the city that affect the lives of common people. The first few episodes are moving the right way, complete with an incredible emotional outburst from the sheel, but the story soon begins to waver. The script is well written in terms of connecting all the elements, though it seems unnecessarily stretched to the points to keep the audience’s attention throughout the episode. Moreover, there are a lot of characters and subplots, and not all of them get enough time to justify their existence. For example, Kalpana’s (Seema Pahwa) background of being a victim of an abusive marriage and the latter being the perpetrator is vaguely described. The story was unable to connect with the audience as Kalpana’s story was told casually during the interaction with sheel.

Despite everything, ‘My’ is busy centering Sakshi, which slows down the pace of the show, and in some cases makes it less impressive. However, there is ample room to note the different types of human interactions, such as Sheel’s developed dynamics with her husband Yash and the extended family that includes her brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and their child or her bond with Kalpana (Seema Pahwa), His side throughout. If Manas Mittal’s editing had been more eclectic, it could have been a taut thriller, with each episode – which is about an hour-long – trimmed to keep the pace of the show going. Above all, it leaves enough hints for the next season as well.

Sakshi Tanwar is perfect and dominates the screen playing a grieving mother who rapidly changes from meek to ruthless after the tragic incident: the agony of not knowing who killed her daughter and why is evident. Later, Sakshi’s Sheel, a nurse-cum-caretaker at an old age home, sets out on a journey to settle accounts with some dangerous people. All the weight is yet to be lifted for Tanwar, and he is confident in every way. Tamika Gabbi, who was last seen as Madan Lal’s wife in the Hindi film ’83’, plays a young mute girl who is the victim of the series and is particularly dominant. Vivek Mushran, who plays Sheel’s husband Yash, suffers from not being overweight as the rest of the cast including members of his extended family.
All the characters are believable and contribute meaningfully to the plot. The SPF officer, unlike Salman’s Chulbul Pandey or any other manly cop, is a no-nonsense cop who understands his job well. Perhaps the result of this is that Ankur Ratan as Farooq seems an outcast in many action moments. Prashanth slips into the skin of his character as Jawahar/Mohandas with the least amount of fuss and still delivers a performance that makes us hate his character. Raima can be portrayed as a beauty with wit in her role as Neelam, yet she maintains the same blank look throughout the series. Prashant and Shankar, played by Anant Vidhat and Vaibhav Raj Gupta (Annu Bhaiya from Gullak), are twisted characters played by them well.
It’s hard to keep track of so many characters in a show that is essentially a whodunit but deals with a variety of perverse motives. But, all things considered, My is a bleak and relentless crime-thriller that proves to be compelling if not always easy to watch. The play slows down in the middle, and yet, there is constant action that keeps the audience on edge.

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