Mom & Co. Review

  • 2.5/5
An original and honest attempt

This show features a out of the ordinary story of a mother Suhasini Joshi (Neelima Azim), who is trying to realize her long lost dreams of working professionally and her son Aditya Joshi (Ayush Mehra) in process to amend his relationship with his mother. Aditya, who is intially skeptical of his mother's abilities, finally comes around and supports her in an entrepreneurial journey.

A lot of things are just happening in the show and its really hard to distinguish their cause or a why. Story development lacks a meaningful narrative and goes on trying to deliver a lot of half-bakedideas.

Actors did as well as they could with clearly choppy writing. There are so many emotions and absolutely no gradient when switching between them, one moment is joyous and the next feels like the end of the world. The dialogues are washed out and have nothing impressive. While some may find dramatic gasps worthy of entertainment, I found them repulsive.

If Suhasini's emotions were harnessed better, the story would feel a lot more convincing and if Aditya's character was developed enough to justify his narcissism, there would be no superficial problems, to begin with.

It's at most a one time watch especially for someone with a taste for soap operas.