26 November 2015 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: Man's World: Predictable, Repetitive, Boring!

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        I watched Y Films' Man's World series the other day. It comprises of only 4 episodes and tries to speak something that's related to the current scenario in India. Men have an ego problem of always considering themselves superior than women. Inspired by this theme, the makers based the series on the same. The protagonist, after getting frustrated by the partiality against him in corporate firm, prays that God turns the whole world other way around where he can be treated like women and given promotions and hikes before anyone else. God listens to him and next day when he wakes up, he sees men doing women's job and vice versa. And the real game starts from here.  

             Initially, the series looks interesting as you hope of something great to be showcased later on because of the kind of plot chosen but unfortunately, I would have to say that there's nothing new in the concept. It's exactly based on what we keep talking, reading and listening on daily basis. You can yourself predict about what's coming in the next scene itself. I believe that even if the makers lifted the ideas on what is being talked by general public every day, there was many more elements which could have been easily inserted in the series resulting it to be more dimensional than it is. 

               And the series does not give any serious thought. They are just proving that men shouldn't consider women weaker and inferior as their job is equally challenging but it's done so tastelessly that you just wish this is the last season of the series. It's nice to see many Bollywood and known personality contributing in the series with their small roles and encouraging a small gesture by the makers so aggressively. But unfortunately, the message doesn't come across as effectively as it should have. Few scenes are truly comedy but overall, it's a series that can be easily skipped. 



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