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The scene of digital platform in India changed in 2014 with the debut of web series Permanent Roommates. Makers found a new potential territory that is yet to be tapped into properly. And Permanent Roommates was one of the firsts to foray into it. The show’s immense popularity has resulted in a season 2, a first for an Indian web-series.
I got the chance to attend an exclusive premiere of the first episode, The Parents, of Permanent Roommates season 2 and now that the episode is out for everyone, I can give my opinion on it without compromising with spoilers. The screening funnily began with Arunabh Kumar, the creator of the show, commenting that they should not release the episodes at all and instead release them as one movie as the quality is so top notch this time. And it’s only after the show I realised he might not have been joking. Because, the quality actually is remarkable, so much that it can easily pass for a movie.
Mikesh (Sumeet Vyas) and Tanya (Nidhi Singh) are back, finally living together as intended in season 1. They are planning to get married and have set plan for the next few years, but it almost never goes as planned for the poor couple. Turns out- Tanya is pregnant! And in the meantime Micky’s parents arrive to get to know their future daughter-in-law. And boy, calling them a crazy family would be an understatement. Darshan Jariwalla, Asrani and Sheeba Chaddha all step into shoes of their characters effortlessly and deliver the BEST punches of the episode. The casting could not have been any better. Also, Purshottam (Deepak Kumar Mishra) is back to irritate the f**k out of you and Tanya-Mikesh’s life (But we still love you Purshottam Ji). The episode deals hilariously with this entire set up and also strikes the right emotional chords with a scene where Sheeba and Nidhi share their concerns in the kitchen.
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From the beginning of the episode with a role-play gone wrong to the climax with Asrani screaming “Bahu pet se hai”, Permanent Roommates is here to change the scene of sitcoms in India. The quirky humour will connect with the audience across the country. Sumeet and Nidhi are just as awesome as before. Hats off to Biswapati Sarkar, for the plausible writing and Deepak for joining Sarkar and directing the episode.
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