Why Is Ziddi Dil Maane Na Show Considered Underrated?
The popular show on SAB TV, Ziddi Dil Maane Na, is amusing audiences with its youthful-based content. The show revolves around an army training academy called Parakram SAF (Special Action Force), where cadets, as well as trainers, meet up with the sole purpose of regaining civilians in any sort of catastrophe or terrorist attack.
The show revolves around six main lead personalities (a trio as a couple), which are Shaleen Malhotra, Kaveri Priyam, Kunal Karan Kapoor, Diljot Chabra, Aditya Deshpande, and Simple Kaul, as well as six parallel leads of individual characters, and the rest of the cast is the supporting cast, which includes Prathmesh Sharma, Satyaketi, Nirisha Bassnet, Raju, and others.
The show has just completed 100 plus episodes and the story has commenced moving towards its theme. Before we jump into the character sketch, why should you watch this show?
1) Youth Genre:
After Yeh Un Dino Ki Baat Hai, Ziddi Dil Maane Na is the second, which is based on youth and can be watched by all age groups. Second, with the youth genre, producers can hope to reach their maximum target audience as youth like to watch some contemporary and progressive endeavours.
2) Each character's relationship with others
When it comes to youth-based genres and having multi-leads, the first and foremost thing viewers expect is friendship and funny squad goals. From childhood buddies like Monami and Sid (Simi) and Karan and Faizi (karzi) to mischievous buddies like Bala and Sid, roommates like Monami and Sanjana, BFF goals like Koel and Sid, and many more, Ziddi Dil Maane Na has it all.
You will recall your school and college days as well as the hostel days. This show is worth watching if you are looking for a friendship squad show.
3) The Army and Missions
You will be astonished to know that the cast has to undergo military training as well as follow a routine. You can get physical motivation from this show.
As it is an army-based show, missions play a significant role. Viewers will witness many missions and how they are executed by the force.
4) Romance/Love Stories
If you are looking for a light yet passionate love story, then Ziddi Dil Maane Na is the best option to watch. The show has three love stories, and they're all unique to one another.
The couple and the characters
As I said earlier, the show has six main characters, and the stories weave around them.
1) Complementary Pairing
The training academy is overseen by Special Agent Karan Shergill (Shaleen Malhotra), a rigorous, patriotic, and disciplined officer. His life takes a U-turn when he meets a kind-hearted and passionate Army doctor, Monami Mahajan (Kaveri Priyam), in the academy. The commando and doctor duo often carry out precarious duties together. They honour each other's professions and usually assist one another. Her character is the head of the medical department at the academy. The couple are known for their observation skills as well as their devotion towards their respective duties. Their ship's name is Moran.
2) The Mismatcher
Sanjana Dubey (Diljot Kaur Chabra) and Sid Ganju (Kunal Karan Kapoor) are special agents whose personalities are opposite and incompatible with each other. He is an easygoing, happy-go-lucky guy who is also sluggish, whereas she is bumpy and brutal. Sanjana loves boxing and beating others, while Sid loves playing drones. Sanjana talks in pure Hindi while Sid likes to put "Bro" at the end of every name. Talking about the characteristics Despite their differences in status and language, they are the perfect couple. The couple's ship name is Sidsa.
3) The Serious Person:Special Agent Faizi and Koel are a perfect match.
Special Agent Faizi (Aditya Deshpande) is flirtatious and cheerful, whereas Koel (Simple Kaul) is mysterious, rebellious, and a single mother. The pair reminds us of a soft and tumultuous couple, accomplishing together as a team, which will be exciting to watch. Till now, there is no mission they have performed, but the couple's chemistry is something viewers wanted to see along with the duo missions.
Other than that, the supporting cast is interesting, funny, and adds a layer to each scene.
A few things which I didn't like were that it's a nominal exploration of technical details of the army background. Secondly is the timeline of how many months have passed in the academy, followed by the loopholes in the show. It's uncertain.
If you are looking for some fresh shows, Ziddi Dil Maane Na is highly recommend.