You should be very much aware of the entire “Chandrakanta” disaster. For the individuals who came in late, here’s a little jist.
Both Colors (Balaji Telefilms) and Life OK (Triangle Productions) were in an opposition of sorts to adjust the renowned novel Chandrakanta. Life OK has as of now propelled the show titled ‘Prem Ya Paheli – Chandrakanta’ featuring Kritika Kamra as the lead confront.
What’s more, now, Balaji Telefilms plan to dispatch their adaptation of the show on Colors for which their first promo has been discharged. Truly, we expected something more from this Balaji adaptation. Particularly in light of the fact that the creators set aside opportunity to finish things.
The promo begins with an exceptionally marvelous and expand presentation of princess Chandrakanta, played by performing artist Madhurima Tuli. What’s more, we should state, she looks delightful. She is portrayed as a wild delight who has monstrous otherworldly powers however is uninformed of them.
The scene then moves to a Prince (Vishal Aaditya Singh), who is really expected to execute Princess Chandrakanta yet winds up beginning to look all starry eyed at her. What’s more, the Prince too is uninformed of the way that none other than Chandrakanta herself, is bound to be his genuine romance.
We can state with conviction, that the producers have NOT turned out badly with the throwing here. From the looks of the promo itself, one can detect the science amongst Madhurima and Vishal. However the storyline may go, we can be guaranteed of the way that Madhurima and Vishal will be a treat to watch on screen.
Rest guaranteed, if Ekta Kapoor does not drag this show like a couple of other of her shows, Colors “Chandrakanta” will be something that we would look forward as well.
What we didn’t care for:
In fact, the show is not at standard with the VFX parts as Life OK’s Chandrakanta seems to be (Colors has a background marked by to a great degree awful VFX and Life OK constantly/the greater part of the circumstances exceeds expectations in this office).
There was this sure level of desire in our brains when Ekta Kapoor and the channel set aside their own particular sweet opportunity to dispatch this one. (We can’t help disagreeing here) But the main promo atleast did not experience those desires, also that buildup that was made around this show.
Given that show does not run over the edge with dramatization and is not dragged pointlessly, Colors’ Chandrakanta will be a treat to watch. We are particularly anticipating viewing Madhurima and Vishal’s crackling science.