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Aafat Web Series Review! Read To Know The Cast And Plot And Much More!!

Aafat web series is a must web series on MX Player, breaking all stereotypes of women in society. It is one of the most relevant and the best pieces of plot of MX Player. The six-episode is available on MX Player.

Synopsis:

  They say marriages are made in heaven, but sometimes on planet Earth, you need a little help to find your ideal match. A young and good looking Ricky Malhotra is on the lookout for his “perfect bride.” He is introduced to 5 beautiful prospects, but each of these firebrands pose a unique quirk that society stereotypically perceives to be an imperfection. Hairy, bald, foul-mouthed, overweight and a divorcee – together they are the Aafat that Ricky is greeted with! This drama is a hilarious yet thought-provoking take on arranged marriages and what society perceives to be “perfect bride” material.

Cast:

Sidharth Bharadwaj portrays the character of Ricky Malhotra, who is looking for his dream girl. Seema Pohwa plays Rita Mohanty. Anushul Chauhan portrays Ayesha Puru, who never gets waxed. Pushtii Shakti plays Aditi Manchanda, who has taken up the challenge of becoming skinny before meeting Ricky. Chitrashi Rawat plays Faiza Chopra, who wants to be a poet but has that “father fear”. Neelam Sivia plays Anu Chhabra, who is a carefree character. Titli is a divorced character who finds her lover cheating on her. Titli is being portrayed by Nikita Dutta.

  Release Date:

The series released on the 20th of February 2020. All six episodes are available on the MX player. The producers are planning a season 2, but nothing is official yet.

 Why one should watch ‘Aafat’:

The Aafat web series still stands as among the best produced by MX Player. The plot is well written with good humor and a great message, very subtly delivered with comic light-heartedness. These types of series break stereotypes and stand out for their observational view of our social hypocrisy. That our high-class education system and moral fabric, is not able to help us unchain out of stereotypical thinking with which a bride is chosen in an arranged marriage, is a rather poor reflection. Finding a bride is like an extended reality show in our country.

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