The Aam Aadmi Family Season3 Review – Sharma Family Is Back!

After receiving a whopping response from the viewers, The Timeliners is back with Season 3 of Aam Aadmi Family, available on MX Player and Tvfplay App. It is a 5 Episode series based on a simple Indian middle-class family.

Directed by Apoorv Singh Karki, the series features Brijendra Kala as Mr. Sharma who is a typical middle-class papa who will remind you of yours. Lubna Salim as Madhu, a sweet and cute mom who is the Managing Director of their Home-sweet-home. Also, Chandan Anand and Gunjan Malhotra as Bobby and Sonu – The future of Sharma Family. But any Aam Aadmi Family is incomplete without “Dadi”, played by Kamlesh Gill.

The Aam Aadmi Family series has achieved much applauses earlier, but this time the family has to face some new obstacles to earn the applauses. But I’m sure Sharma Family is capable enough to overcome the obstacles.

In season 3 of Aam Aadmi Family, we get to see the love of a mother, bonding between two brothers who don’t have a good past together and the pain of losing someone very precious.

Also, in a middle-class Indian Family it is difficult for a girl to pursue her studies after her marriage, convincing her family is a big deal.The story doesn’t end here, it has a lots of twists and turns into it.

Sharma Ji judging their son-in-law and lending money to long lost brother. Bobby teaching his mom to ride a scooter, Sharma Ji gifting a new scooter to his wife, the story consists of everything happening in an Aam Aadmi Family.

A web series with a emotional touch!

Directed by : Apoorv Singh Karki
Language : Hindi
Where to watch : MX Player
Avg Watch Time/Episode : 20 Min


Authors Corner – Tanishq Pradhan Writes at The Indian Web Series

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Edited By :- Dharmil Mehta, Founder The Indian Web Series

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