Ikyawann review: The 51st child in the Parekh family is emotional, entertaining and will keep you glued to the television


By Anusha Iyengar

Ikyawann is one show that is different from the others and a really good attempt at story-telling. The first episode has a dark beginning but it just gets better. The 51st child of the Parekh family is destined to be a son who brings good luck to the family but obviously, things don’t go as planned. The four men in the family as left to raise the 51st child of the family who is a girl named Susheel. The promo of the show already looked damn promising but the show is even better. It’s something we’ve never seen on Indian television and will surely leave a good impression.

Though it does remind you of Akshay Kumar, Ritiesh Deshmukh and Fardeen Khan’s Heyy Babyy. The antagonist in the show will literally make you nervous, she is that good. She gave me goosebumps and impressed me at the same time. But the main plot of the story is how the girl has been raised and pampered by her father and uncles. She grows up not knowing about the conventional girly things expected from a woman in the society. She then falls in love with Namish Taneja and it’s their love story that forms the main plot of this story. (ALSO READ: Rajat Tokas and Shweta Basu Prasad’s Chandra-Nandni to be replaced by Ikyawann post Diwali)

What’s it about

Ikyawann is about the 51st child in the Parekh family who is a girl and is being raised by four men. Unaware of the ideal way to live as a woman in the society, she grows up to be a tomboy. Prachi Tehlan (who plays the grownup Susheel) and Namish Taneja fall in love later on and fight their own battles.

What’s hot

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Source:: Bollywoodlife