Cast :- Aditya Seal, Krystle D’souza, Anushka Ranjan
Director :- Santosh Singh
Alt Balaji and ZEE5 have been giving some good watchable products for OTT platforms audience since last couple of months. The latest joining of thier collaboration is “Fittrat” starring Aditya Seal, Krystle D’souza and Anushka Ranjan in lead roles. Fittrat is urban lifestyle drama which has a good message to everyone who has a dream to be rich. “The Gold is inside you, not in the jewelleries you wear outside”, Fittrat is sold on this line.
The story of Fittrat revolves around the protagonist Tarini Bisht (Krystal D’Souza) who is a gold digger and who wants to get rich anyhow and in whatever manner may it be. For her Money is Everything. She is a gold medalist in Journalism and could have easily had a great career there but she choose a short cut to become rich. She goes to Delhi where her childhood friend Amrita Sareen (Anushka Ranjan) is living in a palace with her highly rich family. Amrita asks Tarini to approach her brother for marriage so that Tarini’s dream of getting married to a rich man would complete and both of them can spend their entire life together. But Tarini’s life changes when she fells in love with Veer Shergill (Aditya Seal) who is already engaged to Amrita. The story explores her journey from gold digger to finding goal in herself!
Krystle D’Souza as Tarini looks gorgeous as hell, she delivers all the heavy dialogues confidently. Anushka Ranjan as Amrita is beautiful, calm, composed and sensible. Krystle and Anushka both showcase a beautiful chemistry of BFFs on screen. The male lead character Vir played by Aditya Seal is the USP of the script. He looks handsome and has that much needed arrogance in character. Rest of the cast is good while supporting the overall impact.
Music of Fittrat is tremendously impressive. Not a single song lets you down and it’s a big thing because you know Webseries is not a platform which is known for a good Music. Sandman has successfully broken that myth, so heartly congratulations to him for such a great music. The top 2 songs are “Manmuraadien” and “Panchi Re” which work very well on every occasion and stay with you till the end.
Director Santosh Singh has handled a good story and good cast in good manners. The taglines of every episode are so damn creative. There are quite few moments to forgive but at the end you don’t really get time to remember them.
Cinespeaks Verdict :- Fittrat is set in urban sector but has important message for every dreamer from small sectors who wish to go up there in life. A life lesson sent by Alt Balaji and ZEE5 is successfully recieved. This one is another winner from this deadly combo and we strongly recommend it to you. Do watch Fittrat streaming from 18th October.
By :- Sameer Ahire.