TVF’s & SonyLIV Gullak Season 1 Trailer, Release Date
The Viral Fever’s Gullak, which is spilling for nothing on SonyLiv, is extremely a sweet grip of accounts about a family. Consider it a gathering of short stories. The Mishra family’s gullak, which means piggybank, is the storyteller of these vignettes.
The tales paint a warm and beguiling picture of the Mishra family. There’s dad, the serene patriarch working a regular nine-to-five government work, mummy, who is smoothly wry and has a protest about everything at the tip of her tongue. Their senior child Annu is jobless and attempting his karma with staff determination commission tests and the more youthful school-going Aman shifts back and forth between being a partner and an adversary to his more established sibling.
The allegory is clear in the main scene in which we’re acquainted with the Mishras. They talk about the redesign of their home, which has broken in spite of having a solid establishment. All connections need work regardless of how close they are, the show proposes. The dangers are not even extraordinary occasions or sensational wonders. They have straightforward, regular issues, for example, a messed up water siphon on a Sunday, snarky neighbors, battles about inconsequential things and their answers are beguiling and loaded with diversion. Gullak the storyteller proposes that it’s the little victories and disappointments that mean the piggybank of encounters such is the reality.
TVF’s Gullak Season 1 Trailer
These normal minutes are raised by sensible exhibitions by the cast, particularly Geetanjali Kulkarni, who plays the ever-irate mummy. A backslap likewise to Nikhil Vijay for this spectacular composition.
The inspiring show is a case of how conventional life can be dug for drawing in the dramatization. Another quality bit of substance from the people at TVF.