‘Salt City’ on SonyLIV talks about the complexity of the Mumbai-based Bajpai family
The Salt City trailer is now available! The captivating web series will follow the adventure of a family with a unique story to tell. The history of the Bajpai family and the complex dynamics of their relationship are explored in this series. Salt City will be available on SonyLIV on June 16.
Piyush Mishra, Divyenndu, Gauahar Khan, Eisha Chopra, Jitin Gulati, Manish Anand, Pranay Pachauri and Monica Chaudhary star in the quirky family drama.
“Like Mumbai, it adds salt to everything,” the actor says in the Salt City trailer. Drone footage of the legendary sea link, as well as plenty of shots of the calm blue sea, appear in the trailer. The narrator of the mother’s story begins by recalling how in the past all the members of her family could live comfortably under one roof, and how now, whether her children have grown up or the house has shrunk, this is no longer the case. Case. The tone is nostalgic, and she clearly doesn’t live with her children. Relationships are a jumble of problems. The character of Mishra, the patriarch of the family, claims to have had a beautiful family in the past, but that they were only interested in each other’s lives for success.
The series explores connections and their evolution over time in this city. We see a family that was happy but is now in disarray. Director Rishabh Anupam Sahay’s series seems like a much-needed breath of fresh air, as it deals with family, relationships, and the complexities of human emotions, and web series with these narratives are an exception these days.
After playing the role of this character in Mirzapur, Divyendu Sharma’s popularity skyrocketed. The waiting audience was waiting for a new web series because they loved her character so much. Unlike his character in Mirzapur, he will be seen in a different role in which he will show himself to be mature and sensible.
Gauahar Khan, who plays one of the main characters in the upcoming Salt City web series, describes the story as “real, complex and one of the best family dramas” to watch. The recently released trailer for the show introduces viewers to the world of a middle-class urban family drama.
She said, “I love how intertwined and realistic the relationships between family members are and how complex they are. Rishabh Anupam Sahay’s series is beautifully written and directed. I can’t wait for people to see the show because it presents incredible performances.”
The powerful dialogue lines of Navni Parihar: “When the children were small, everyone entered the house; now either the house has become too small or the children have grown up. is a reality of today’s world. It touches you and makes you think of your family.
Isn’t it ironic that you need your parents when you’re young but not adult, and that they treat you with patience and care? For their parents, a child remains a child even when he is an adult. Your mother understands your needs even if you are unable to communicate them. However, as we get older and our parents become more dependent on us, we become preoccupied with our own lives and have no time for them.
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