Dhatt Tere Ki – Sarcasm on Point

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Entertainment on the go has become the major need of our fast-paced lives. We really don’t have much patience when it comes to enjoying our favourite serials on TV anymore. We want it everywhere and anywhere.

In this age of a click, ZEE has launched a new VOD service – ZEE5 that showcases original web series, drama, international movies, and Indian movies in all regional languages. One option you can seriously consider watching is their newly featured comedy series Dhatt Tere Ki. This series is a sarcastic take on the hypocrisies of the Indian society. Every episode is a standalone story that deals with an important issue in a few minutes.

Episode 1 – What is it about?

Episode 1 of this rib-tickling comedy series has been named Firauti – which means ransom. Rich and poor alike, people have high expectations these days and wish to live a comfortable luxurious life. In order to keep a high standard of living, two goons who are fed up with the despotism of their boss kidnap a rich kid and try to irk his father by asking for ransom. The kid is smart and makes the goons to ask for more money by negotiating a deal with the goons. The irony of time and money is depicted with razor-sharp humour and is a treat to watch.

Episode 2 – What is it about?

Sachi Qurbani – True Sacrifice is a well-etched comic situation of religion and politics through symbolism. It is the period of Bakri Eid and a goat, is brought in with the name of Allah and Om etched on its body for sale. The middleman offers to sell it at a high price to a wealthy party. Soon enough a crowd gathers from both the communities and the Muslims try to fetch the goat for sacrifice while the Hindus try to save it from sacrifice. As the bidding
rises a feverish pitch, the satirical aspect of the story too reaches new heights.

If you love more of such slapstick comedy portraying real issues then tune into ZEE5 and enjoy Dhatt Tere Ki. Trust me, it is just as funny as it is insightful about our incredible India.

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