Ramyug Web Series Review: Kunal Kohli’s modern version of the Ramayan is visually appealing, but the writing is as jumbled as Raavan’s 10 heads


By team-bollywoodlife@corp.india.com (BollywoodLife)

Web Series: Ram Yug

Ram Yug Cast: Diganth Manchale, Akshay Dogra, Aiswarya Ojha, Vivaan Bhathena, Anup Soni, Kabir Duhan Singh

Ram Yug Director: Kunal Kohli

Where to Watch: MX Player

Last year, we saw how the re-run of Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan was lapped up the Indian junta. The show was made in the 80’s. Even the new generation was impressed with the acting and emotional core of the series. Kunal Kohli’s Ram Yug is a more modern and technically advanced take on Valmiki’s Ramayan. The filmmaker who kind of disappeared after Phir Se has come a comeback with this big budget show. It is coming on MX Player in an eight part web series.

So, if you have seen the trailer of Ram Yug and wondering if to watch it or not, scroll down for the full review…

What’s it about

Ram Yug is based on the mythological tale written by sage Valmiki on how Lord Rama trounced Ravana as he rescued his wife Seeta who was abducted by him. It is the quintessential story of how Lord Rama showed us the path of dharma. The series is a technically advanced one and looks lavish. Given that the old Ramayana is still a favourite, the makers have a task on hand.

What’s hot

The highlight of the series lie in the technical aspects. Ram Yug looks beautiful courtesy the locale of Mauritius. Whether it is the walk in the forest (Panchvati), the sea or boat ride, every frame looks gorgeous. The sequence of the building of Ram Setu looks magnificent due to the sweeping views of the Indian Ocean. Rahul Sharma’s music is another highlight of the series. The background score, songs and lyrics …read more

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