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Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha Reviewed
Mamta | 19 Jan 2012

Colors' latest offering Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha becomes another show to join the series of mature love stories on Indian television.

COLORS LATEST offering Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha becomes another show to join the series of mature love stories on Indian television. The show presents the story of a widow, Megha who is fighting a lone battle to prove the innocence of her late husband and a bindaas young crime journalist, Mohan who enters in her life bringing a ray of hope.

The story is set in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Megha is the widowed mother of two young children, Navika and Aditya and lives with her in-laws. She is very caring and loving daughter in-law and a mother. On the other hand, Mohan is a carefree guy who has been thrown out of every neighborhood of Indore. He doesn’t hesitate for a moment to eat the lunch of a kid while she narrates the sad story of her mother, yet he has ideals and courage to fight against corruption.

The first few episodes have been really engaging. The innocence of two little kids draws the viewer’s attention. The way Nanhi narrates the troubles of her mother’s life to Mohan bring humor and irony at the same time. Whereas the people around Megha doesn’t understand the emotional needs of her, Nanhi despite being a small kid understands her mother and plans to marry her off again. This brings in a lot of humor, confusion and emotional turmoil in the situation.

Aakanksha Singh as Megha and Kunal Karan Kapoor as Mohan are really convincing. Veteran actor Anjan Shrivastav is like icing on the cake. Overall it is a great show and worth watching.