Review of &TV’s Happy Ki Ultan Paltan: Uproarious, not a copy of Bhabhiji

IWMBuzz reviews &TV’s Happy Ki Ultan Paltan, produced by Edit II

Review of &TV’s Happy Ki Ultan Paltan: Uproarious, not a copy of Bhabhiji

The production house Edit II is known to master in the comedy genre. It takes a special kind of talent to consistently tickle the funny bone of audiences, with a host of different stories. It is for this very reason that &TV’s Happy Ki Ultan Paltan is a new attempt at humour.

The show delves deep into the other side of Happu Singh (a character from &TV’s show, Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai) and the numerous dilemmas that the police officer faces back home, with his daring wife, an obstinate mother and a set of 9 distinct young children. Sandwiched between his mother and wife’s arguments, Happu often bears the brunt of their irritation with each other, while simultaneously managing each kid’s mischievous acts.

All the actors perform superbly, staying true to character and eliciting laughter with their antics. The sparkling humour and implausible happenings in the show keep us firmly glued to our seats. The sets are outstanding too, adding an element of fun to the proceedings. Kudos to the producer for not re-creating Bhabhiji, but delivering a new story for its loyal viewers.

Himani Shivpuri is the perfect fit as the head of the family. Apart from Himani, talent power house Yogesh Tripathi and Kamna Pathak add their punch, as they are aptly cast as the lead couple, Happu and Rajesh.

The show, with the help of these iconic characters, looks appealing and perfect.

As of now, the show has had a very normal start; there’s nothing that is unique in the plot. The challenge for the makers will be to constantly churn out quality content for the audience, as they have set a benchmark with Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai.

We, at IWMBuzz, rate Happu, 3/5.

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