Cast : Nagabhushana, Sanjana Anand, Pawan Kumar, Apoorva Bharadwaj, Anand Ninasam, Mahadev, Poorna, Archana Kotige
Producers : Niveditha Shivarajkumar & Sakkath Studio
Direction By : Sakkath Studio Creative Team Written By Nagabhushana
DOP : Shreesha Kuduvalli – Rahul Roy
Music : Vasuki Vaibhav
Editor : Pradeeep Nayak
Honeymoon, the latest web series to be made available for streaming on Aha built up the good buzz with its trailer. Scroll down to see our review of the web series, starring Nagabhushan, and Sanjana Anand.
Following their arranged marriage, Praveen(Nagabhushan) and Tejaswini (Sanjana) fly to Kerala for their honeymoon. While Praveen has a boy-next-door persona, Tejaswini is more open-minded and is the more dominant one in the relationship. The rest of the story deals with how an innocent lad and a strong-natured woman gel together while on their honeymoon.
The best thing about this web series is the sensible writing. The basic set-up and the situations faced by the lead pair are relatable to many. The small misunderstandings and quarrels between a newlywed couple were presented in a heartwarming way.
Nagabhushan and Sanjana Anand make impressive debuts as they deliver a fine performance. Sanjana looks really beautiful and carries the role with good ease and subtlety. The making is also good and the neat camerawork showcases the locations in a beautiful manner. Dialogues are witty and so was the production design. Editing is decent and so was the
There are a few cliched scenes regarding the previous relationships of the lead pair and they tamper with the flow at times. Certain comedy sequences do not evoke the desired impact. There was a very good scope for extending the number of episodes but the makers rushed things up and confined it to 6 episodes.
On the whole, Honeymoon has a good premise and a decent narrative. A few cliched scenes and repetitive screenplay towards the end dampen the vibe to an extent. However, the performances and the simple theme of the series make things watchable for the audience.
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