Gullak Season 4 Review

By Ronit Kawale 4 Min Read
Review by BollyMasala

Actor: Jameel Khan, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Vaibhav Raj Gupta, Harsh Mayer, Sunita Rajwar, Helly Shah
Director: Shreyansh Pandey
Category: Hindi, Family, Drama

We all have childhood memories associated with Gullak. They are very special for all of us and this nostalgia is refreshed every time by the web series ‘Gullak‘. ‘Gullak’, which tells the bitter-sweet stories of middle class life, has reached the audience with its fourth season.

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‘Gullak Season 4 Ki Kahani’

This time also the story is of the same Mishra family i.e. Papa Santosh Mishra (Jameel Khan), Mummy Shanti Mishra (Geetanjali Kulkarni), elder son Annu Mishra (Vaibhav Raj Gupta), younger Aman Mishra (Harsh Mayer), who have become close to the audience with their small joys, needs, challenges, but this time the responsibility of telling their stories has been taken up by writer Vidit Tripathi. Certainly, it must have been a big challenge for Vidit to take such a successful show to new heights. He initially falters, but then he regains his balance and manages to maintain the old tinkling sound of ‘Gullak’ as the episodes progress.

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Gullak Season 4 Trailer

Gullak Season 4

‘Gullak Season 4’ Web Series Review

The first two episodes (episodes) of this series of five episodes of about half an hour each, ‘Kaaran Batau Notice’ and ‘Chinaiti’, do not have the same old deep connection. Santosh Mishra, who sticks to the principle of never taking bribe, does not find his argument about his short temper due to giving bribe convincing. Similarly, linking the snatching of the neck chain with self-respect also seems odd, but this episode teaches us to see the positive aspect even in sorrow in the end.

The episode explaining the value of household junk is light-hearted, while the episode ‘Teesra Pahiya’ is a fun example of the first love of boys in small towns. The soul of the fourth season of the series is its last episode ‘Father, Son and Love Letter’, which is like a counseling session on the relationship between growing children and parents. When the younger son of the house starts growing up, how the parents along with the elder brother should change their role, is worth watching. Half the extra stars are made for this episode.

A big feature of this series directed by Shreyansh Pandey is the excellent acting of its actors. Jameel Khan, Geetanjali, Vaibhav, Harsh, all have become those characters themselves. At the same time, Sunita Rajwar, who plays Bittu’s mother, is that pinch of salt in this story of the Mishra family, without whom the fun would be incomplete. Helly Shah looks good in the new characters. In such a situation, overall, you can prepare to break this piggy bank and enjoy its stories on the weekend.

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Review by BollyMasala
Rating by BollyMasala 3.5
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