5 Reasons Why You Must Watch Zee Yuva’s Show Almost Safal Sampoorna Starting Today
The youth-oriented show gives a light-hearted spin to a young couple’s relationship. Read the details inside!
Through the thick and the thin, the one thing that keeps us going is our shows. Recently making an entry into the category of fun youth-oriented shows, we have Almost Safal Sampoorna. We realised the hype around this newbie was real after watching the promo on the platform. Almost Sufal Sampoorna has an interesting take on marriage through the two main characters Nachiket Despande and Sai Ketkar. Want to know, why it has us convinced? Read the details below.
Watch the promo before you proceed:
1. Deals with marriage
In some families, we have seen hell break loose when a youngster decides to get married sai to a person who the family doesn’t approve of. Taking inspiration from this topic, the writers of Almost Sufal Sampoorna have successfully managed to give a light-hearted spin on the serious topic of marriage. The subject of Sai and Nachiket’s marriage will keep you hooked while laughing uncontrollably.
We see fresh faces of Gauri Kulkarni and Nikhil Damble starring in the lead. Doing a fantastic job of supporting them, we have the renowned actors Sunil Godbole, who has been a part of hit serials like Ka Re Durava and Khulata Kali Khulena, and Ratris Khel Chale actor Mangesh Salvi.
All of us love to watch shows that we can relate to the instances in our life. Luckily, Almost Sufal Sampoorna is exactly that and more. Through this show, we see the struggle of Nachiket who is trying to seek Sai’s grandfather’s approval. Most of us, at some point, have experienced or will experience what happens when we try to woo our partner’s parents.
Staying true to the channel’s name, Almost Sufal Sampoorna hits the bullseye by attracting the proud and impulsive youngistaan. This show targets the youngsters who take pride in the Marathmoli culture and the language.
Nachiket, whose an NRI, has to sharpen his Marathi speaking skills. In an extremely amusing fashion, this show emphasises that if an NRI can learn to speak fluent Marathi, then, why can’t we? We may be moving ahead by adapting the western way, but this shouldn’t be at the cost of forgetting our roots.
After reading this, don’t forget to tune into Almost Sufal Sampoorna streaming free on ZEE5 tonight at 8 pm.
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