The interaction between the lead pair is shown in a comical way with a realistic chemistry.Since the audience is used to loud and heavy dialogues, Mohan and Mrs Vyas's light hearted banter is soothing. The romance which will happen between the widow and a young bachelor is a novel idea on Indian Television. If the chemistry between the lead pair is sustained, we have a winner here.
Viewers have watched Dhoop Kinare and many feel that the initial episodes of the Indian remake were good but now they aren't as gripping as the original. Kritika Kamra as Dr. Nidhi somehow fails to bring alive the bubbly spirit of Dr. Zoya (played by Marina Khan) in Dhoop Kinare. The Indian Script needs to get wittier. Intensity between the lead is building slow and steady.
Departing from the youthful fetish that the makers of romance often reveal, this serial tells the story of a middle aged couple and how love blossoms after arrange marriage. The show is a hit mainly due to the chemistry between the lead pair. The complications of arranged marriage add a wry humour to the story.These are highlighted without loosing touch with the rom-com flavour.
The show is about a middle class couple going through a mid life crisis. The concept is enjoyable but seeing the promos being aired ,the serial needs to bring in fresh bursts of imagination while narrating the couples's problems.Shows based on middle class couples and their issues tend to run out of novelty after a while. The plus factor however, is the return of Mona Singh.
The show borrows the basic idea from the Hollowood hit,The Princess Diaries.The show is fresh and appealing compared to the other Indian soaps, mainly due to its characters and basic idea. However while the leads are well written, a few among the supporting cast could do with a better characterization. The show also needs to go slow on the romantic angle of Moniya, which threatens to become overtly melodramatic.