Aparshakti and Gaurav play Piyush Sharma and Gaurav Pandey. Shamita Shetty and Ridhima Pandit play Suman and Ragini,
The show revolves around Gaurav and Piyush self proclaimed virgins who try to get down and dirty with two women, Suman and Ragini. However, this is small town India where crime and dark humor go hand in hand.
What’s Wow: Yo Ke Hua Bro has one of the most unique and entertaining scripts we’ve seen in a while. This is the perfect blend of crime, comedy and great performances. The dialogues and the screenplay make this a laugh-a-second marathon. What actually works is the Ducati-on-steroids kind of screenplay that’s equal parts entertaining and intriguing.
When it comes to performances, the camaraderie between Aparshakti and Gaurav is incredibly on point, making this an imminently watchable series. And their comic timing is perfect. The moment Apar and Gaurav come on screen, you wait for the next gag – and they come out trumps.
Shamita and Ridhimia are par for the course. They play an integral part in the script. Their characters are quite layered. These two could be two of the best female characters the streaming world has given us this year.
What’s Blah: ‘Yo Ke Hua Bro’ is admittedly small-town. With the concept being completely saturated with every other feature and short set in a Varanasi or a Haryana, the audience might feel a bit underwhelmed when this one releases. However, the quick screenplay and great chemistry between the two main leads makes this project remain afloat.
Parting Shot: Watch this.
The series hits Voot on August 18.
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