5 Reasons Why SonyLIV & Maddock Outsider’s ‘Chutzpah’ Should Be On Your Weekend Binge List!
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SonyLIV and Maddock Outsider’s quirky and new-age web show ‘Chutzpah’ that comes out today created quite the stir with its teaser and trailer and is finally out for the viewers to enjoy. Focusing on the world of the internet, social media, dating apps and long-distance relationships, not often addressed in the cinema or digital world, SonyLIV and Maddock Outsider, with this gem hopes to break the clutter and familiarise audiences with an altogether new subject.
While ‘Chutzpah’ has been eagerly-awaited for all the right reasons including gripping narrative, stupendous performances and a stellar cast, we give you 5 reasons why the show makes it to your weekend binge watch list:
They say, ‘what’s in a name after all?' Interesting and catchy title for movies and web shows generates excitement amongst the viewers. Considering this, an exciting title that has caught the fancy of the audience is ‘Chutzpah’, known for its unique characters and relatable storyline. Ever since the makers have announced the show, it has created intrigue and excitement among the viewers, wanting to know more about the show and what’s it all about.
Fukrey trio – Varun, Manjot & Mrighdeep back together!
The successful team of ‘Fukrey’ franchise including actors Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh and director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba is set to take the viewers on a crazy, roller-coaster ride of humour, fun and excitement with their new offering ‘Chutzpah’, and with these three talented individuals on board for a project, we can only hope for a hat-trick!
The trailer of the web show has been hugely appreciated by the viewers not only for its unique concept but also the exciting journey of the interesting cast featuring Gen-X popular actors Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Gautam Mehra, Tanya Maniktala, Elnaaz Norouzi and Kshitij Chauhan amongst others.
An ensemble cast of young and talented actors in the show perfectly fits the bill for their respective characters. While you could relate to Varun Sharma’s ‘settled guy’ character and his long-distance relationship with his girlfriend, one could also resonate with the other interesting ones glued to the world of social media and the internet.
One of the biggest USPs of the show is its theme – the internet world that the makers have created and beautifully sketched all the characters which are indirectly connected with each other through the medium of the internet. The youth will certainly lap the internet lingo used by the characters to communicate with each other and would probably also get to learn a few interesting ones from the show! So guys, just go for it!