1. What would Mahabharat in 21st century look like; watch this video to know

What would Mahabharat in 21st century look like; watch this video to know

While we still sit and sob over the kind of TV shows being made in India, from witches to nagins to over the top saree clad antics, novelty is a far cry. While the launch of Pakistani shows and the reruns of our favorite English shows keep us breathing, the Online TV shows are a big new sector of Indian entertainment.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 7, 2016 4:05 PM
Mythology has never been seen in this light and the director Akshat Verma deserves full marks on cleverly briging out the contrast in a rib tickling manner. Mythology has never been seen in this light and the director Akshat Verma deserves full marks on cleverly briging out the contrast in a rib tickling manner. (YouTube)

While we still sit and sob over the kind of TV shows being made in India, from witches to nagins to over the top saree clad antics, novelty is a far cry. While the launch of Pakistani shows and the reruns of our favorite English shows keep us breathing, the Online TV shows are a big new sector of Indian entertainment.

From short films to web series, the Internet has got us hooked. And to add one more to your bucketlist is this new short film MAMA’s BOYS. What’s so special you may ask? Well, if only you thought mythological shows are boring, this one’s for you.

Mythology has never been seen in this light and the director Akshat Verma deserves full marks on cleverly briging out the contrast in a rib tickling manner. From focusing on the dilemmas to bringing out the pun, the film is an absolute cracker.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

This modern take on Mahabharat is so funny that it’ll actually tickle your brains to think ‘What if it had happened in today’s times?’ Kunti telling her sons to share the wife, sons being obedient enough to do it, Draupadi juggling between five men of the same family! It already sounds crazy and with a fabulous cast of Veteran actor Neena Gupta, Aditi Rao Hydari, Vivaan Shah- the old wine only gets better (literally!)!

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