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Laakhon Mein Ek (Amazon Prime Video) Review







Gaurav Sharma AKA Chudail
What about the guys like me who studied in sub standard colleges, had a tough time understanding the technical subjects & struggled to clear their papers? Luckily for me, my prayers have been answered. Biswa Kalyan Rath – of Pretentious Reviews fame needs to be thanked for making a show on the lives of the neglected, harassed & abused lot of engineers or wannabe IITians with no aptitude for engineering. Anybody who has struggled through their engineering or taken up science till 12th standard only to quit later on will relate to this show.
The show revolves around Aakash Gupta(Ritwik Sahore) who has scored just 55% in his 10th std & now wants to take up commerce. But his father has other plans. He is shipped of to a town in AP, to prepare for IIT entrance exams. Aakash’s expressions & situations are too funny. While Aakash is getting jacked, you can’t help but feel sorry & laugh at his plight.
Ritwik Sahore plays Aakash Gupta
We are then introduced to Chudail, Bakri & the rest of the supporting cast. Chudail & Bakri are perfectly cast in their roles. The show has even twists & turns to make you binge on it. Shivkumar plays his role of the greedy & cunning director of the institute-Murthy well. There are no known faces barring Biswa. The show does have some dark shades.

While I may be biased towards the show, thanks to the central plot being something I closely relate to, I can assure you that you will love this show. Amazon prime has managed to impress me once again post Inside Edge. The last episode made us believe that there is ample scope for a second season & I don’t see any impediment for Amazon Prime to sanction a second season to the makers. The Golden Age of Indian TV has begun!



Our Rating: *****/5



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