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Just a tad bit shy from a wholesome entertainer.
A show about marriage, family, and therapy to tie the two together, Mind The Malhotras is a welcome revision in typical family dynamics. Worried about their relationship after all of their friends have had divorces, the Malhotras Rishabh (Cyrus Sahukar) and Shefali (Mini Mathur) decide to attend couple's therapy.

Wacky and comical interactions with the therapist, the recollection of unconventional instances in their married life, and a constant concern for their quirky son make up for most of the comedy in the show. Although the daughters have a scarce presence and a bit bland one too, the character of mother-in-law is a great addition.

The situations may seem a bit cliche and worn out at times, the actors, however, manage to pull off most scenes convincingly despite the choppy writing. The show could definitely use some solid punch lines and more frivolous situations to make it memorable.

It's a light-hearted entertainer, will not completely knock your shoes off, but will not disappoint either.

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Mind the Malhotras is sadly a poor attempt at a comedy show. the show follows the life of a middle aged couple, trying to reignite the spark that has vanished from their marriage, twins teenaged daughters and a son who is 8 years old. I started watchind the show for Cyrus Sahuka but even he could not put the fire in the show. the show presents challenges of their everyday life in a non-humorous way and this stops the viewers to have it on their binge-watch list. The tadka of humour is massively missing from the show but still has a few tickling moments about it.

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This series represents the #trueStory of #dysfunctionalFamily of this generation where mother is too very scared about her children while the father is super chilled out. This series is actually a remake of an Israeli series La Famiglia, so not much of it is original yet its #entertaining and #LOLFunny . Cyrus Sahukar and Mini Mathur have played the roles of Rishabh and Shefali Malhotra who are a mobile couple, parents to 3 children and posses a perfectly decorated house. They face serious communication issues with their children and try to mend them all through the series. Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar have given natural and refreshing performance all throughout
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Mind The Malhotras an Amazon Prime Original Series released in 2019. It is a comedy series which revolves around a married couple who are struggling to find a perfect relationship with their messed up life. It is a pleasant watch but not that engaging. After hearing that another couple in their friend circle has filed for divorce, Rishabh and Shefali decide to visit a counselor in order to bring the old charm in their relationship. They have a twin teenaged daughters and an eight-year-old son. Their session are really fun to watch as they narrate their frustrating yet hilarious situation they face in everyday life. All the actors played their part perfectly. It is a 16+ series and the episodes are streaming on the Amazon Prime Video app.
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What a treat to watch! Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar are good actors that keep the otherwise commonplace script and dialogues from falling apart. The performances are the juggernaut of this show, the 'forty-ish' parents scared of their relationship falling apart, coming to terms with their kids who are growing up fast, making their own relationships, making things awkward at the modern yet typically Indian home. The struggles of their kids seems relatable but the kids themselves managed to get very little screen time. However, it is light hearted and cool, a getaway from the otherwise intense drama series hitting our screens.
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'Mind The Malhotras', Applause’s latest, is a zany, rollickingly funny take on the travails of an about- to-hit-forty couple that is going through a mid-life crisis. Adapted from the Israeli series, ‘La Familigia’, the 9-episode series has been written by Sahil Sangha and Karan Sharma, while it has been directed by Sangha and Ajay Bhuyan and the series streams on Amazon Prime.
Shefali and Rishabh Malhotra (Mini Mathur and Cyrus Sahukar, respectively) are a relatively rich Bandra couple, bickering, bantering and winging their way through life. The parents of two teenaged girls and a precocious little son are more or less happy with their stock in life, but exasperated with the increasingly crumbling marriages around them. Four out of five couples among their friends have opted for divorce and they fear they could be next. They decide to go in for marriage counselling. Whether they actually need it or not is beside the point. In the crazy, comic world they inhabit, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Light-hearted, breezy and gently refreshing, the series gets one into a great mood even when one is screaming blue murder.
Shefali could so easily have turned into a character that is screechy and shrewish, but Mini Mathur’s understated and measured performance lends subtleness and style to her role. It is a commendable web and acting debut from Mathur, who’s been a consummate VJ and host until now.
Cyrus Sahukar, of course, is outstanding. His acting, sloshed with hidden nuances and chutzpah, and his screen presence, amazing and attention-grabbing, help getting us invested into his harried, henpecked husband act.
I admit that the first few episodes veered toward monotony, but the series gathers steam in the next several episodes, and becomes decidedly funnier and crazier as it moves forward. Watch it asap.
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Funny & Good
Mind The Malhotras is an Amazon Original web series that takes you through the funny sides of a weird family and showcases how they happily live their life. In spite of having some weird characters in their house it shows the story behind a family in an entertaining way which viewers love to watch and enjoy. This web series is recommended to all those people who love to watch funny content with story. Its a good webs series which brings out laughter with its episodes and good acting. Mind The Malhotras is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video and you can double up the fun by watching it with your family and sharing the moments happily with each other.
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Mind the Malhotras is about a couple having mid life crisis who seek professional help because they are afraid that they might end up like their other divorced friends. The series isn't as boring and serious as it sounds, this drama comedy brings out the daily struggles of a middle class Indian family amd portrays it in a fun way. With a good story and cinematography, the show has a good cast that include, Denzil Smith, Mini Mathur, Cyrus Sahukar and Sushmita Mukherjee. A good comedy drama which will lighten up your mood, Mind the Malhotras is a fun watch.

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Underwhelming
Mind the Malhotras is an Indian web series from Amazon Prime which borrows it's format from the Israeli comedy La Famiglia. The season follows the lives of the Malhotras, their relationship with each other. The show feels a letdown if you have watched Sarabhai vs Sarabhai and other acclaimed comedy shows. The big three, Cyrus Sahukar, Mini Mathur and Denzil Smith play their parts to perfection and carry the series on their shoulders. The rest of the actors are unable to make an impact. It is a feelgood journey which is best experienced with your family. The writing is underwhelming. The show feels fresh yet stale. In fact, that sums up the entire show in a sentence.
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Average
A faithful adaptation of the Israeli series, Cyrus Sahukar's and Minny Mathur's Mind The Malhotras is yet another super relatable sitcom that deals with modern days relationships as well as family issue with ample conviction.
Hell breaks loose when the Malhotras' friends file for divorce thus setting enough tension between the Malhotras.
With convincing performance from every cast members, Mind the Malhotras form an easy laugh inducing element but fails at time after the dialogues get a bit too repetitive and boring.
But all in all, the show is an extremely light-hearted comedy solely aimed at making us laugh.

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Mind about Malhotra's - Hindi version of The Middle!!!!

Yes! This is what I felt when I saw the Mind About the Malhotra's.

It is all about the family comedy and weird family chemistry between couples and children!
Somewhat we feel we are watching a Hindi version of Modern Family and The Middle!!
Frankly speaking, the casting could have been much better and screenwriting about the comedy could have been improvised!
But it is the best show to watch in your boring weekends sitting on your couch with pizza!


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watch it for family drama and weird comedy
This series has family drama and comedy.The Malhotra couple has interesting equations with friends ,family and neighbours. Suddenly ,all their friends start getting divorced.How will they deal will this situation?Will they also endup getting divorced?
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It is a must watch with light hearted comedy and it would make you laugh put. India and it's families are just amazing and it would make you feel the same. So this summer go for it and have a light time with your family.
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The Malhotras is a couple going through mid life marital crises with two teenage daughters, a notorious son and an annoying mother in law, life isn’t getting any easier for Rishab and Shefalii. They are to see therapist for changing their life to add up some spice in their life and want to become a decent parent.
In my opinion, this web series gives a really refreshing experience without any abusive language and nudity. It is perfect to watch with family during tea time.
It’s a very entertaining show but not to expect too much, this show is also available on Amazon Prime video. #feelfree #happyEnding
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This series represents a very comedy, jovial but a powerful lesson for all the parents as well as the mischievous kids out there. Fun to watch! Makes you want to just keep on going! Good work!
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