Watch Chi Va Chi Sau Ka Before Getting Hitched And Thank Us Later

Through Mrinmayee Godbole and Lalit Prabhakar's character, we get a glimpse into the reality of live-in marriage.

Lalit Prabhakar and Mrinmayee Despande Chi Va Chi Sau Ka pose for a picture.

I am at an age where half of my friends are getting married, while the other half are still figuring out what to have for breakfast. As you all know, getting married is a huge commitment which no one really focuses on. However, thanks to Chi Va Chi Sau Ka on ZEE5, we are shown the other side marriage once the romantic, lovey-dovey phase is over. The Marathi film gives us a healthy dose of reality check through Lalit Prabhakar and Mrinmayee Godbole’s characters.

Here’s you chance to watch Chi Va Chi Sau Ka with your partner:

We have compelling reasons on why you must invest your time in catching up on this film.

1. Relatable to the millennials

The main story of Chi Va Chi Sau Ka centres around the middle-class families which most of us can relate to. It shows two people who are poles apart coming together and living under one roof. Starting with the concept of arranged marriage, the story then develops into much deeper subjects.

2. Humour

The writers have taken inspiration from the stereotypes and played with it. The jokes are funny and relatable you. You won’t be rolling your eyes or even worse yawning at the jokes. You see each character having its own trait which you can connect with every member of your family.

3. Star Cast

Chi Va Chi Sau Ka is Lalit Prabhakar’s debut film until now he was known for his chocolate boy looks on the small screen. He entered this industry with Zee Marathi’s serial, Julun Yeti Reshimgathi on ZEE5. Mrinmayee Godbole is seen opposite the newcomer. This film also features Supriya Pathak in the supporting role.

4. Speaks about the taboo

This is not a simple rom-com. Like every other Prakash Mokashi film, Chi Va Chi Sau Ka also dug deeper into the societal stigma around the live-in relationships. Even though it is funny, it makes some serious points about the concept of arranged marriage and the idea of living together with the partner before marrying.

Don’t forget to watch with your significant other by your side. Once you are done, we would love to know in the comments below your thoughts on the movie?

Did you know prior to this film, Prakash Mokashi directed the famous Marathi movie Elizabeth Ekadashi? Watch it streaming on ZEE5. 

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