5 Relatable Stages From Chi Va Chi Sau Ka That Every Bachelor Goes Through

Pressure from your family and logging on to a matrimonial site are just a few of the things youngsters have to go through.

Lalit Prabhakar on the Chi Va Chi Sau Ka poster.

Marriage is a big decision which needs emotional stability to understand your partners. Lot of us, stuck in the age of dating apps are either commitment phobic or lack that maturity. However, neither the society or our parents don’t seem to understand that. Chi Va Chi Sau Ka on ZEE5 neatly captures the marital pressure that keeps mounting on a bachelor of every middle-class family.

Before you dive into this article, have a good look at the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka

If you are going through similar pressure, have a look at these points and know that you are not alone in this ship.

1. The expectation of a type of daughter/son-in-law

A scene from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
A scene from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

If you have crossed your  20s without your parents discussing the kind of in-laws they want, then you are lucky. In Chi Va Chi Sau Ka, the constant pressure about marriage is surfaced from Savitri and Satya’s families.

2. Pestering

A still from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
A still from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

Are they even your parents if they haven’t pestered you about see their grandchild before they climb the stairs of heaven? In the process of making their dream come true, they will keep badgering  you.

3. Emotional blackmail

A scene from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
A scene from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

No one can save from the emotional blackmail you have to suffer at the hands of your parents. Satya’s mom, too, is bothered with questions from her friends about his marriage. (*inserts a facepalm emoji*)

4. Drama 

A still from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
A still from the movie Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

Then will come the screaming and crying, one that is better than seen in your TV serials. They will tell you how old they are becoming and how necessary  it is for you to get married. Your beloved neighbours will be enjoying tubs of popcorn while listening to it.

5. Parents have played cupid in your life

Mrinmayee Godbole and Lalit Prabhakar from a scene in Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
Mrinmayee Godbole and Lalit Prabhakar from a scene in Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

Savitri and Satya’s photo is first approved by their parents. During their meeting in front of their family, it strikes them they have already met earlier. Their folks are better cupids than those matrimonial and dating apps.

We would love to know in the comments if you have experienced any of the above things?

Also, in case you like watching light-hearted films, you can check them out streaming on ZEE5.

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