TV Review – Beyhadh

The anticipation is finally over. Beyhadh featuring Jennifer Winget, Kushal Tandon and Aneri Vajani is on air and it’s an ideal opportunity to talk about whether the first episode was justified regardless of the reckoning or not.

There have been various speculations around the show right from whether it is a counterfeit of Gupt, Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya and even the Hollywood flick, Gone Girl. Motivations aside, there is most likely Beyhadh is a brave endeavor and an immense hazard for the channel. A story of love where the lead hero is a sociopath is unbelievable on TV in recent times. Here is a quick review of the show…


Arjun (Kushal Tandon) is a aspiring photographer with huge dreams. His bestie, Saanjh played by Aneri Vajani is a law assistant. She adores him however does not admit saying they are best friends. Enter in Maya (Jennifer Winget), a business tycoon with a dark past. Egoistical, confined and discouraged, she lives with a mentally disturbed mother. Arjun winds up landing a position in Maya’s firm and we need to watch what happens next..
What’s hot

The show gives you the vibe of an Abbas Mustan thriller. Yes, it is shot beautifully and full credit to director Rahib Siddique for the same. He is the man who made Nisha Aur Uske Cousins. A considerable measure of care has been taken for the sets, lighting and editing. The camerawork is also great. Beyhadh scores exceptionally on the technical fronts. The screenplay is also great. It starts at a relaxed pace where we are acquainted with the bubbly Saanjh’s cherishing family. We become acquainted with that Arjun has a few issues with his mother. But, it is Maya who interests us the most. A business tycoon living alone with a beset mother with dark secrets. Jennifer Winget has few lines and acts out through her eyes. Kushal Tandon is enchanting while Aneri illuminates the screen. The chemistry between Arjun and Saanjh is to a great degree cute and genuine.

What’s not

There is next to no to detest about Beyhadh given the sort of freshness it oozes. But, we can see an exceptionally filmi impact, particularly in Kushal’s character. It would be fine in the event that he was appeared as film buff yet the la Shah Rukh Khan monologue on big dreams helped us to remember such a large number of SRK movies. The actor also spread his arms like King Khan. Despite the fact that marginally, Jennifer’s character reminded us somewhat like Sridevi’s Laadla. We can comprehend that she is a split personality yet that walk however amazing was a smidgen OTT.


On the off chance that you are somebody who grumbles that Indian TV relegates comparable stuff with poor generation values, Beyhadh will without a doubt change your opinion. The actors are in fine shape. The story is drawing in and the precap charming, so in the event that you adore thrillers, simply watch this one.


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