Bachelors : Web Series Review
Cast: Jasmeet Singh Bhatia, Shivankit Singh Parihar, Gopal Dutt, Badri Chavan, Jitendra Kumar, Bhuvan Bam
Director: Amrit Raj Gupta
Channel: The Viral Fever
Release Date: 15 June 2016
Synopsis: Bachelors follows the journey and adventures of 4 bachelor flatmates and their lives that becomes an adventure, as they deal with one problem after other, as bachelors and as a team.
- The lead actors are consistently awesome in their parts with laugh out loud performances and are supported by their well-written character arcs and brilliant screenplay.
- A TVF staple and digital entertainment’s popular face- Gopal Dutt deserves applause for acing his hilarious villain acts. He is the perfect obstacle for the bachelors and how they get over this hurdle is a treat to watch!
- The dialogues are catchy, quirky and hilarious, with brilliant references from popular Bollywood movies such as Lagaan and A Wednesday.
- The background score too is a spin on popular Bollywood songs of the relevant movie used and tweaked with hilariously relatable lyrics. Truly, the writing is the star of this show.
- The situations that these bachelors find themselves in, are ever so relatable and never feel staged or unnecessary.
- We’d love it if the screenplay had been tighter and the length of the episode shorter to avoid wavering of the attention of the viewer due to too a lengthy narrative.
- Since the narrative is based on a spoof of Popular Bollywood movies, we kind of already know the ending and it kills the ‘what happens next’ feeling that we always look forward to.
The series is hilarious, witty and downright humorous. You should binge watch this one because you just can’t stop wanting more of this medley of crazy writing and amazing performances.
- TVF Bachelors marks the first time internet sensation Bhuvan Bam of ‘BB Ki Vines’ fame stars in a web series.
- Shivankit Parihar and Badri Chavan, who are the pivotal characters of the series, are also co-writers for the show.
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