Meri Awaaz hi Pehchaan Hai was one of the most awaited ventures of 2016; after all it was the debut of Amrita Rao is the television industry. But the show is just not about Amrita and other spectacular actors. The show takes you on a totally different journey and gives you the feelings of the typical 90’s touch. Right from the concept to the costumes; stroy to the performance of the actors it is the show that gives you a warm feeling about opening your TV to watch the show.
Produced by Nivedita Basu ; the show stars some really good actors like Amrita Rao, Aditi Vasudev, Deepti Naval, Zarina Wahab, Pallavi Joshi and the list is long but the actors have really aced the show and taken it to new heights with their performance.
The stroy is about the journey of two sisters: Kalyani and Ketki who are really very passionate about music. Although they have some bit of sibling rivalry as children as the time passes it gets deep within as they stand at logger heads for they turn foes because of their music. The show starts and goes in to a flashback mode and it is journey of these two sisters and how the ones who could die for each other turned foe just because of a mere passion for music. Rightly as the tagline of the show states” Suron se judi behne aakhir kyun hui parayi?”
Living in a generation where the pop music and the essence of the traditional music the show takes you to an enthralling expericne of living this music again with a touch of the traditional musical art. It revives the era when this music had a great charm and the way it is depicted in the stroy is commendable. Adding to it the actors’ performance is flawless and the characters dialogues are on point with no necessary drama. he simplicity of the storytelling with no over the top drama, the costumes, the set designing, the revival of the Indian traditional music based on the backdrop of a simple Marathi family gives us a breath of fresh air among the shows having a backdrop of lavish sets with the families leading a high class lifestyle.
We can’t really find a fault in the show as of now as everything about it seems marvelous. The simplicity of the show however can act as a boomerang as it is really simple and might not appeal to the audience who are used to seeing heavy jewelry and elaborate things. But then again audience might want it as it is a breath of fresh air and this flaw is not majorly going to affect the show. The story gives you a feel of a movie, yet maintaining its simplicity.
All in all the show is also special as it is purely finites series-just 130 episodes. And this might be the most prompt reason why the viewers might want to watch it as honestly a lot of people are tired of seeing Saas Bahu Sagas and clichéd love stories. This musical saga will surely make you fall in love with the traditional musical era. All over again.