Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1 – A good remake series

Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1 – A good remake series

Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1: A good remake series

Star cast: Mallik Ram, Harshith Reddy, Payal Radhakrishna, Nikhil Devadula.

Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1 Review

If there is one thing TVF excels at, it is telling native stories oozing with authenticity. Tharagathi Gadhi Daati is the remake of Hindi series Flames managing to carry the soul of the original even as local nuances are added. And it’s director Mallik Ram who deserves credit for that.

Three friends in Rajahmundry are looking to breeze through life. Kittu (Harshit) loves cooking but his strict father, who’s also a mathematics teacher, wants him to crack IIT. He’s always chided for not taking life seriously. The humour around this is written so well it doesn’t bother how cliché it is. Infatuation is a part and parcel of every teen’s life and for Kittu the one who brings those butterflies in his stomach is Jasmine (Payal).

Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1: A good remake series
Tharagathi Gadhi Daati Season 1

He falls for her at the very first sight and begins to take advice of his best friends on how to handle it. The characters of his friends are also translated well in Telugu and they even make you crack up in laughter in some scenes. The scenes between Kittu and Jasmine don’t bore you even if you hate teenage romance because their chemistry is so natural. It’s a relief that Mallik does not take anything away from the innocence of these characters.

While the transition of infatuation into a relationship is smooth, the conflict slows down the pace. Scenes get less engaging but still leave you with enough intrigue. The climax, which features mature writing and sensible scenes, lifts things up again.

Harshit is impressive and emotes well. It doesn’t hurt that he looks good too. Nikhil Devadula keeps you glued to the screen whenever he’s on. Both of them have a promising future. Payal and Snehal are expressive and give their roles their best. The other actors are decent enough.

However, the best part of the series is the narration. The way Mallik connects a mathematical equation to life is hilarious and relatable. And that’s where all the logic lies! Tharagathi Gadhi Daati review sounds great.

One Line Story:
Teenage experiences galore, Tharagathi Gadhi Daati tells the story of Kittu, his strict father, best friends and his latest infatuation.

Review:
If there is one thing TVF excels at, it is telling native stories oozing with authenticity. Tharagathi Gadhi Daati is the remake of Hindi series Flames managing to carry the soul of the original even as local nuances are added. And it’s director Mallik Ram who deserves credit for that.

Three friends in Rajahmundry are looking to breeze through life. Kittu (Harshit) loves cooking but his strict father, who’s also a mathematics teacher, wants him to crack IIT. He’s always chided for not taking life seriously. The humour around this is written so well it doesn’t bother how cliché it is. Infatuation is a part and parcel of every teen’s life and for Kittu the one who brings those butterflies in his stomach is Jasmine (Payal).

He falls for her at the very first sight and begins to take advice of his best friends on how to handle it. The characters of his friends are also translated well in Telugu and they even make you crack up in laughter in some scenes. The scenes between Kittu and Jasmine don’t bore you even if you hate teenage romance because their chemistry is so natural. It’s a relief that Mallik does not take anything away from the innocence of these characters.

While the transition of infatuation into a relationship is smooth, the conflict slows down the pace. Scenes get less engaging but still leave you with enough intrigue. The climax, which features mature writing and sensible scenes, lifts things up again.

Harshit is impressive and emotes well. It doesn’t hurt that he looks good too. Nikhil Devadula keeps you glued to the screen whenever he’s on. Both of them have a promising future. Payal and Snehal are expressive and give their roles their best. The other actors are decent enough.

However, the best part of the series is the narration. The way Mallik connects a mathematical equation to life is hilarious and relatable. And that’s where all the logic lies!

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