We all plan elaborate road trips with our friends but do we plan a road trip with just our siblings? Very rare and unusual, ain’t it?TVF Tripling revolves around the lives of three siblings, Chandan, Chanchal and Chitvan, their individually messed up lives, their lack of communication, their dysfunctional family and their quest towards something that they don’t even know they want: Family, to fall back on, to take advice from.
Here are five common takeaways from the show that everyone will vouch for:-
1) When all else fails, there’s always family. Always.
Family is a selfless relationship we have in our life and more often than not, we take them for granted and are running in our own directions to make a life that we dream of.
In the process, we sometimes lose track of each other’s lives
2) It’s never too late to realise what you really want from life (even your life partner)
The day you accept what you need and want, is the day you start working towards it. The difficult part is the realization and acceptance. But once we get through that, everything else is easier.
3) Getting lost is not always a bad idea, if you have the right company!
The three siblings lose their way and end up in the middle of a desert. As they sit around a bonfire revealing their ‘dirty secret’, a game they played as kids in the event of power cuts, they end up venting out the things that are really hurting them.
Turns out, losing the way helped them find something too precious: time and someone to talk to, something we all need. The problems aren’t that big if we have someone to speak to, are they?
4) Home is not a place, home is where family and love is!
There are unresolved issues and tension among the siblings, their differences lead them to split their ways mid journey and take their individual paths towards their parents house.
A place where they can break down without any fear, a place where they will not be judged, a place where they can be themselves, not because it’s just the place but because it’s about the arms that are wide open to catch them whenever they fall, the arms of their parents. They finally are Home.
5) The journey is what matters, not the destination.
No matter how cliche this may sound, it never ceases to be true. The journey is always more beautiful than the destination.
The journey enriches us with newness and yet there is a sense of familiarity all along, it breaks us down but makes us stronger than what we were and it takes away a lot of things but it gives you, all that you really need, even if that’s not what you want. Just as is said in the lyrics of a famous Hindi movie song:
khoobsurathai manzil sebhi..”
The second season is currently being shot and we cannot wait to take away more simple yet re-affirming emotions from the next yet to be released season2
Authors Corner – Priyanka Sharma Writes at The Indian Web Series
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