Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare – Season 1

Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare - Season 1

Indian stand-up comedian Zakir Khan’s Amazon Prime Exclusive web series Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare is an amazing eight-episode story of relationship, love, humor, and emotion. While Zakir is now a well-known name in the stand-up scene, his venture into this new platform with ‘Haq Se Single’ and now this interesting drama has opened up new possibilities for other stand-up artists.

Based in the city of Indore, Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare follows a 26-year-old unemployed young guy known as Ronny, who likes to think of himself as a youth leader. The title of the series tells that Ronny likes to say to everyone that his uncle is an MLA (member of legislative assembly) but the truth is otherwise.

As Ronny is jobless and kind of irresponsible about his family, he builds stories and lies in his life to impress others. Many a time, his dive into weird situations, posing himself as the nephew of a politician, puts him in danger but the Zakir Khan’s writing of the stories has made Ronny’s adventures funny and likable.

Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare is a great visualization of Zakir Khan’s style of storytelling which in general has its unique appeal. Viewers would find this very interesting as most of the characters are very relatable and it’s kind of everyone’s story.

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Starting from the lead character, who is a typical small-town boy with no big ambition but with a loving heart, to the relationship between friends and family members and also the nature of a typical cop or a politician in India is very well-written.

Another good thing about the web series is that the story is very well-paced with just enough drama and acts in a 30 minutes time for each episode. While by the end of the eighth episode, the story has come to the right point bringing Ronny and the MLA in front of each other, we certainly like to see more.

Where to watch Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare (2018)
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