Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan 3 Review: Parth Samthaan and Niti Taylor’s love story reboot is strictly for die-hard MaNan fans!

Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan 3 Review: Parth Samthaan and Niti Taylor’s love story reboot is strictly for die-hard MaNan fans!

Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan 3 has premiered on Voot much to the delight of Parth Samthaan and Niti Taylor fans. The love story of the couple has taken a leap and now Nandini (Niti Taylor) wants to marry Manik (Parth Samthaan). Coming from a broken family and busy with a rocking career, Manik is not keen to settle down. This creates friction between the couple. Will MaNan stick together or will they drift apart? This is the premise of this season. It is being aired just on the digital medium, which is why the language used is very contemporary. We can hear the F-word every now and then.

What is it about?The show is about the next progression in the love story of MaNan, which is marriage. Nandini is now an established astrophysicist while Manik is the eternally busy rockstar. On a special day, Nandini proposes marriage to her long-time beau but he refuses as he develops cold feet. Upset and annoyed, Nandini decides to take a break from him while Manik wants some more time. Their common friend, Mukti (Charlie Chauhan) is there as the agony aunt. However, she is getting married soon, which is a bone of contention in the life of MaNan. (Also Read: 3 Things to look forward to in Parth Samthaan-Niti Taylor starrer Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan 3)

What’s hot…First things first, the chemistry between Parth Samthaan and Niti Taylor is fabulous. They are completely natural in some of the scenes. Parth does well as the flourishing rockstar while Niti is better in the emotional scenes. Charlie Chauhan looks effortless as the much-in-love and relaxed Mukti. The scenes between Parth and her are very nice. The language and vibe of the show is very young and will appeal to the youth. The production values are first-rate. Moreover, the makers hit the right notes by creating the dreamy proposal scenes, which incorporates the theme of stars and fireflies.

What’s not…The show will endear more to the old fans of the show as there is a lot of flashback. While the actors sparkle, some of the lines are quite drab and take away the seriousness of the situation. Also, it is very predictable. A youth love story connects with raw emotion, which is missing here. This is a turn-off for those who have not watched the earlier seasons and only know the tale in bits and parts.

Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan 3 has a lot of things in favour of it but it is mostly for loyal viewers of the MaNan love story. Stay tuned to Movie Magic for more scoop and updates!

 

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