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Babbar Ka Tabbar Season 1 Review, From Parents To Frierents Whimsically

Babbar Ka Tabbar is a whimsical web series running on Zee5 and is a family drama based on generation gap with its good and bad. Babbar Ka Tabbar is a 12 webisode series set to run in two parts with 6 episodes each. Directed by Alok Sharma and Victor Mukherjee this series stars ManuRishi Chaddha, Ayesha Raza, Bhavin Bhanushali, Avneet Kaur and Anshuman Jha. The series is all about the struggles faced by the parents of our generation in trying their best to bridge up the generation gap. The old school parents and millennial kids try best to cope with each other’s lifestyle which often drops them into amusing situations.

Highlights of Babbar Ka Tabbar Season 1

This amusing series covered an intriguing topic which is an issue of concern everywhere, sometimes it turns out to be hilarious but sometimes it does end up hurting either one that is – Generation Gap. Gone are those days when children used to fear being open and candid in front of their parents but now is the time when parents are no more parents but frierents which means parents who are like friends. The series has a ‘trying too hard to be cool’ father, an over-protective mother, a socially-awkward son, an overconfident daughter and a good-for-nothing paying guest cum family therapist. The Babbar’s is a Punjabi family who struggles hard to maintain the soundness and their tenant Jamia played by Anshuman Jha is sutradhaar who gives advice and solutions to the owner and his family where and when needed and has almost become the part of the family, Kittu played by Bhavin Bhanushali is Mr. Babbar’s socially awkward son like every grad, guy out there who discard his interest like clothes. He was earlier willing to learn Mandolin and then shifted to become a fashion designer onto which his dad doubted him for turning into a gay. Nikki played by Avneet Kaur is the daughter and is overconfident about herself and wants to keep her space private but her dad sends a friend request to her best friend and suspecting him to be her boyfriend and things turn out to be amusing. Mrs Babbar is an overprotective mother like typical mothers, who are credulous and in the influence of crime patrol and neighbour aunties.

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Actor’s experience on his debut

LSD (Love, Sex Aur Dhoka) fame Anshuman Jha, on his first web series, says, “It has been really exciting working with seasoned actors like Manu Rishi and Ayesha Raza. Babbar ka Tabbar is fresh, relatable and a fun to watch series, something I have never attempted before. I can’t wait to find out the audience’s reaction to the show.”

Final Verdict For Babbar Ka Tabbar

This is an intriguing series with no flaws and with very much relatable content. The actors did justice to their acts and made the series a perfect amalgamation of emotions and humour. A must watch for this gen-millennial. The direction given to the series is amazing as it connects viewers with it making it natural and a binge watch. Anticipate more fun and learning in the second season, best wishes team zee5.


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