Yeh Meri Family takes us down a nostalgic to our pasts (for the millennial generation) with a middle-class family in Jaipur in summer of 1998. The show is extremely relatable to every 90s kid, funny, hilarious all for the innocent and naughty Harshu. All the things you remember of the 90s, the cassettes, Maruti Esteem, VCR, DDLJ, relishing mangoes in summers, the power cuts and the innocent ideologies. The story is set in a backdrop of 1998 where Mario and Ludo were the most important games of our lives when siblings shared more than just time and where life was the happiest when we got gola instead of ice cream. Narrated from the eyes of Harshu, a twelve-year-old and like any 12 years old, he just wants to play have fun and dreaded with studies. Yeh Meri Family focuses on family values and the relationship between family members going beyond selfish needs. The world of Yeh Meri Family is not driven by competition but by love. And the songs of the series are a fresh air amongst Arijit Singh and Neha Kakkar. The title track is even sung by Udit Narayan! Nostalgic much?
Dedicated to Shrimati SL Loney ji, Shri Irodov ji and Maanniya HC Verma ji, 'Kota Factory' is TVF's latest original. India's first 'Black and White' show highlights the problems present day IIT-JEE aspirants face in their day-to-day lives.
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The Mishras are a small, lower-middle-class family who find happiness in small things. The five-episode ride savours the many flavours of life.