IWMBuzz.com reviews Sony SAB’s latest offering, Tera Yaar Hoon Main

Review of Sony Sab’s Tera Yaar Hoon Main: A light-hearted feel good story

Sony SAB’s latest offering, Tera Yaar Hoon Main produced by Shashi Sumeet Productions takes the audience through a delightful journey of a father who is trying to develop a special bond with his son. The show focuses on Rajeev’s unconditional love for his son Rishabh and his conscious attempts to develop a yaari with him.

The show features a stellar line-up including Ssudeep Sahir, Rajendra Chawla, Shweta Gulati, Ansh Sinha, Meghan Jadhav, Jaya Ojha amongst others.

All about the show:

Tera Yaar Hoon Main is built on the lives of Jaipur’s Bansal family, the show draws inspiration from the evolving times and its effect on each generation in a family. Rajeev (Ssudeep Sahir) regrets not having an open and friendly relationship with his father, the patriarch i.e. Pratap Bansal (Rajendra Chawla) and does not want it to be the same with his teenage son, Rishabh (Ansh Sinha). Eager to keep up with today’s time and be a part of his son’s life, he takes the approach of becoming his friend in real and virtual life too. But Rishabh’s reluctance and embarrassment to be his father’s friend is a setback for Rajeev. While he loves and respects his father, he wants to just keep it at that and not have him as an intrusive ‘buddy’ in his life.

Good points:

The show began on a good note. Shashi Sumeet Productions are known for weaving nice family-oriented shows. The makers have maintained the narrative very simple yet extremely relatable and engaging. The way a son reacting to his father’s attempts to be his friend in a series of consequences is highly relatable and inspired by events that may have taken place in every average Indian household.

The characters are well defined. All the characters were introduced in the first episode itself so that the audience can relate to it. Talented actors Ssudeep Sahir, Rajendra Chawla, Shweta Gulati gave amazing performances. The concept is new and it would be amazing to see how the story progresses and Rajeev manages to become Rishabh’s friend.

Bad points:

Ssudeep and Shweta as parents of teenagers look too young. There are some laughter elements but they look forced in the story.

Thumps up:

Overall, it is a decent watch. It gives ‘feel good’ vibe. We hope that the show continues to capture audience attention in the near future too.

IWMBuzz.com credits the show 3 out of 5 stars.