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If you’ve seen Bobby Deol donning a thick beard and acting like a certain Baba (with a very long name), please don’t get confused thinking it’s Class Of 83. Because that’s a film in which Bobby has a moustache, and Aashram is a show with nine one-hourly episodes. It’s human to get confused between both of them because apart from his beard style, everything else is routine Bobby Deol.
In the recent flood of OTT shows, many of them fail because they promise too much with the premise of delivering nothing but mediocrity wrapped in a shining paper. Also, I was unable to decide what’s more loud – the background score or Bobby Deol’s silence between the dialogues.
So, the writers use a foreigner to honey-trap a certain someone in the show. She agrees to know a bit of Hindi because of Indian friends and in her next dialogue, she says, “Main tumse bahut prabhavit hui hoon!” Sir Prakash Jha, why you do this? The “Impossible is I Am Possible” dialogue was used in 2007 by Emraan Hashmi in Good Boy, Bad Boy and we all have got it from our uncles on Whatsapp. Why such lazy dialogues?
The worst part is, they don’t even end the show on a high and instead show you the trailer of the upcoming season. I appreciate the guts, but if they think I’ll watch the second season after this, they’re probably right because I still want to retain my job to not end up in an Aashram as shown in the show.