Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta, the fantasy television serial is a remake of 90’s very famous and loved serial by the name Chandrakanta. Its first two episodes got recently aired on Life OK.
As most of the viewers, who have seen the old one were waiting for this serial very eagerly.
So, Lets see if this new modern version of Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta, is able to create the same magic or not.
The Story of Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta is based on the popular Hindi novel Chandrakanta by Devaki Nandan Khatri.
Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta Story So Far:
So far the story narrates how evil marich got killed king Harshvardhan and his wife Chandrika. A 100 year leap and Chandrika’s again born as princess Chandrakanta . where as king Harshvardhan has taken birth as Virendra Singh of Chunargadh. Princess Chandrakanta father wants her to get married to Shivdutt a bad named king . Chandrakanta is upset with this proposal.
Prem ya Paheli - Chandrakanta:Review
As we already know Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta, the fantasy television serial is a remake of 90’s very famous and loved serial by the name Chandrakanta. So as happens with all the remakes viewers were having lots of expectation from this new Prem ya Paheli – Chandrakanta.
As so far only two episodes of the serial has got aired, so its little difficult to predict how its going to be perceived by its viewers, but few points that got highlighted by these episodes are as follows:-
1. Kritika Kamra is the main highlight of this serial as princesses Chandrakanta. She looks just amazing. From her dress to her jwellery all are perfect.
Wish we could have told same for Gaurav Khanna as Virendra Singh.His character lacks the charm as it was in Original Chandrakanta.
2. The serial is having lot of visual effects but they aren’t very impressive.
3 Baahubali movie effect can be widely seen on the set and background location.
4. Other characters like kroor singh was not able to impress us, we badly missed our old kroor singh and his yakoo.
5. Did not find the Title song also according the expectation.
May be its the impression of old chandrakanta that is so fresh in our mind that we are still not able to accept its remake.