The highly anticipated Season 2 of ‘Sarabhai V/S Sarabhai’ is at last here and from the looks of the main scene, it appears to have surprisingly better. Titled ‘Sarabhai V/S Sarabhai Take 2’, the show grabs from where it left off in the last season and you can get the scenes only on Hotstar.
Created By: Hatsoff Productions.
Thrown: Ratna Pathak Shah, Satish Shah, Rupali Ganguly, Sumeet Raghavan, Rajesh Kumar, Vaibhavi Upadhyay, Aishwarya Sakhuja, Deven Bhojani and Arvind Vaidya among others.
Story up until this point:
There couldn’t have been a superior begin to the scene as we see the entire Sarabhai family together, in any case, in a circumstance rather unexpected. They are stuck in a transport, which is going to tumble off a bluff and no prizes for speculating, the explanation behind the same is none other than Monisha.
After some silly occurrences, we are acquainted with the entire Sarabhai family who have migrated to their penthouse as their Cuffe Parade living arrangement is under remodel. The characters have matured smoothly with their fundamental qualities upgraded, given the 7-year jump.
This story gets from where they cleared out off in Season 1 and concentrates on how Rosesh’s looming marriage can be a reason for worry for his future. That is the point at which the entire family chooses to leave on the excursion to offer their supplications to (Matkadhar) baba and stall out in the circumstance. To beat everything, we are authoritatively acquainted with Rosesh’s adoration intrigue, Jasmin toward the finish of the scene. We have a lovable, advanced and vintage giggle revolt set up for the up and coming scenes.
What We Liked:
The way the creators chosen to continue with this current season’s story line is exceptionally imaginative. Introducing a continuous grouping bolstered by a flashback might be attempted and tried, however the treatment to this show has been fresh and on point.
The group of onlookers is dealt with to Monisha’s adorable (diminish) mind, Maya’s enhanced mockery, Sahil and Monisha’s child Arnab (who is by all accounts a flawless mix of Maya and Monisha), Rosesh’s sonnets obviously with a contort (his onomatopoeic references keep on being incredible) and the ‘heh-heh? Kumar’, Madhusudhan Fufa.
The unexpected expansion to this season is the grown-up silliness. Never did we envision that we would witness animalistic silliness in a Sarabhai scene, however to our pleasure it is there and we are not grumbling. The thin line between going vulgar and simply having a giggle on something is kept up in the most created way.
Correlations will undoubtedly occur between this season and the past season. In any case, the majority of that can be put to rest, as the characters have matured, the jokes have changed and the all new season has burdens to offer to the group of onlookers.