5 Times Prasad Was A Comic Relief And Not Just A Sidekick In Kalyana Vaibhogam

Sneha Bale

June 10, 2019


1 min

1. Becoming the sidekick

The hit Telugu TV show Kalyana Vaibhogam has introduced us to many interesting characters. One interesting pair in the Telugu serial is that of Chandrika and her husband Prasad, played by actors Usha and Srinivas. In this TV serial, the couple is constantly on the lookout to make situations worse for Jai (played by VJ Sunny), Manga and Nithya (played by Meghana Lokesh).

It all started when Chandrika came up with an evil plan. She wanted to expose Nithya and her mean thoughts for Jai and the family. And she made her husband her partner-in-crime.

2. The confusion

Chandrika seems to be pretty sure about her plans. When she thinks they are ready to be executed, she informs her husband about the details. But he always gets confused between Nithya and Manga. In the process, he sometimes ends up confusing his wife, and their plans flop as a result.

3. The little joys

Every time Chandrika and her husband think of ways to bring Nithya and Manga down, they become extremely happy. That’s because with their rate of success being close to zero, the couple has started to celebrate their plans instead of the end results.

4. The dedication

Nithya is a master planner and we know it. Manga, too, has learnt how to deal with people and problems the hard way. Despite knowing that the girls are tough to catch, Chandrika and her husband do not stop trying. More often than not, Chandrika’s instructions leave her husband clueless, but he continues to support her.

5. The most unique weapon

Every sidekick has a weapon that defines them. While Chandrika uses her quick wit and sarcasm to tackle situations, her husband roams with a bottle of talcum powder everywhere he goes.

You must watch this couple attempting to do something that is hilarious. Watch Nakshatra and Ayirendri try to make Vamsi and Vasundhara’s life difficult in Maate Mantramu¬†on ZEE5, anywhere and anytime.

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