Mismatched Review Netflix: Mostlysane fame Prajakta Koli is now on the big screens, her debut series Mismatched is now released on Netflix, here in the post we are going to review the series, we are going to talk about the cast, plot, and performances in the series.
The web series stars Prajakta Koli, Rohit Saraf, Muskaan Jafari, Devyani Shorey, and others, the series is created by Nupun and Akarsh, series is was first created as a film, later Netflix decided to release it into parts and they converted into series.
What Is It About
The series is based on the book named ‘when Dimple Met Rishi’ written by Sandhya Menon, the story revolves around two young people Dimple (Played By Prajakta Koli) and Rishi (Played By Rohit Saraf), Rishi saw the picture of Dimple on a matrimonial group and he falls for her, they both came together, but both of them have a completely different personality and they are not made for each other (like the title suggests, Mismatched). Would they able to make their relationship work? or they would get separated due to their contrast habits, to know the full story you have to watch the 6 episodes series on Netflix.
The plot is the biggest weak point of the series, the scenes are far far away from reality, coding, and app development tasks in the series are super funny, I mean seriously makers? how can someone build an app like that, you should at least research at least, there are too many scenes and dialogues which are far away from reality and can only be possible in dreams.
Rohit Saraf looks cute in the series but that was not enough for remarkable performance, he looks dull sometimes but at few conversations, he looks brilliant, he lacks expression at few places during the emotional scenes, rest were good, now coming to the Prajakta Koli, she was decent too, I saw her last short film and she was mindblowing there but she needs to understand that youtube and OTT are completely different and you can’t survive in Bollywood just by doing youtube level acting, she was decent but still she needs lots of improvement.
Other actors from the series were not good enough to impress and the series is decent in terms of acting and the performances.
Screenplay & Others
The series starts well but it goes very dull in the middle, the episodes are short but still, they don’t thrill you, there are lots of logic less and unrealistic dialogues and scenes that normal teenagers can’t think of, I would again like to mention that coding scene, I was like ‘OMG is that a joke’. The music is good and it is the only good thing about the series, the locations were also impressive and I have no complaints regarding that, the series is approx 3 hours long, still I think this was too long, the idea of was movies good, series doesn’t fit into this at all.
- Name Of Series: Mismatched
- Platform: Netflix
- Genre: Romantic
- Rating: 2/5
- Did I Enjoyed It?: No
- Recommended?: No
- Suitable Of Family Watch?: No
we are going with 2 out of 5 stars for the series, the series is a complete mismatch of logic, reality, and direction, there is nothing to watch in the series except super cute Rohit Saraf, kit looks like the makers were in hurry to make another season just before the finish of season 1, the ending is just unbearable, and we don’t recommend this to you.
If you still want to watch this or you are a fan of Prajakta Koli, you can have a look at the 6 episodes series on Netflix, please make sure that, don’t watch this series with parents and kids.