MUMBAI: Anupamaa is a one of a kind show.
Right from the time it went on air, the show is making a buzz. The actors such as Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey, Madalasa Chakraborty and the ensemble cast play the characters with such conviction that one can’t help but get attached to the plot and storyline of the show.
We also know that a lot of women relate to Anupamaa and in fact, feel such intense emotions that they tend to get teary eyed.
The current storyline revolves around how Paritosh has moved out of home and everyone including Vanraj is extremely upset about the same. Paritosh left home as Vanraj insulted Kinjal’s mother and he has promised to return only after his marriage with Kinjal.
Well, the entire drama gave us a feel of theatrics and it was extremely well directed. Some viewers are also of the opinion that they felt as if they were sitting in an auditorium watching a drama.
Gayatri Sharma is of the opinion, “Anupamaa will give you life-longing values and help you become better. The theme includes: Respect every woman in the world (educated or not) and don't judge anyone without knowing the actual behind story. And there are a lot many more things we can learn from the show and relate to our personal life. The entire drama is something as if it is being played out around you.” (Also Anupamaa: Samar hides Pakhi’s mystery to avoid further tension)
Archana Khanna opines, “The characters are a bit overdriven I feel. There is too much of acting and if it is mellowed probably one will be able to relate to the characters. The way Anupama talks is more like giving a lecture than communicating. It is not even close to theatrics.”
Vivek Shah says, “For the people here commenting wrong about the storyline or poor characterisation, I just want to say that this type of patriarchy is still there in the society, irrespective of the "so called 2020 modern age". The scenes are depicted truly lovely, and the acting is superb. All characters are the best!!”
Mansi Mehta shares, “Really creative and excellent production ever seen in Indian television. I really love Anupama. The background sound is so heart touching and there is a lot of creativity involved.”
What is your point of view?