The term ‘fat’, rings a rough solid, practically being profane. Henceforth, the code word ‘plentifully supplied’.
In a general public focused over human physical components, being a lady – and that too on the heavier side – can surely obscure one’s lines of predetermination, particularly that of marital.
New GEC kid on the piece, &TV (just eighteen months since its first shaft), has been trying consistent endeavors to dole out programming with inconspicuous parity of excitement and social issues.
After Gangaa’s prosperity, the divert in its most recent endeavor, Badho Bahu, endeavors to catch the trusts, fears, torment and enthusiastic high points and low points of a woman measuring more. The setting is that of Haryana and the stream is sensational and over the top.
A major high-five to the idea however the truth will surface eventually if the producers (Sunny Side Up and HumTum Tele-Films Private Limited) will figure out how to mark off the fundamental boxes for well-suited depiction of Badho through effective, convincing scenes….
Rytasha Rathore as Komal aka Badho brings freshness and gets into the skin of the character effortlessly. A theatre bred actress in real life, Rytasha is a perfect casting and will hold the ‘ratings reins’ most definitely.
She comes across as a strong, determined woman who faces the challenges in life with a smile (quite humorous with her punch lines). Brimming with positivity and effervescence, Rytasha is a force to reckon with.
The beau of the beautiful belle, playing the role of Lucky, is reality shows star Prince Narula (Bigg Boss and Splitsvilla). In the first episode one gets to ogle at his well toned body, but we hope that he will get over his reality show hangover and resort to ‘acting’ to justify his character and overall theme of Badho Bahu….
The structure otherwise is stereotypical with a cunning bhabhi, a caring daadi and a rude friend.
The scene transition is slow paced and doesn’t entirely manage to hold audience attention for a long time….