Laut Aao Trisha which was initially supposed to air on Star Plus aired its first episode on Life OK on July 21, 2014.
Laut Aao Trisha revolves around the missing case of an eighteen year old girl, Trisha Swaika. Daughter of business tycoon Prateek Swaika (Jai Kalra), goes missing from a beach party. She was supposed to be back by 02:00 am, but that clearly didn’t happen. Her mother Amrita Swaika (Bhagyashree) and aunt Lavanya (Rajeshwari Sachdev) retrace her steps back to the party but do not find her.
Her cousins, who also went to the same party apparently, have no clue as to where she went. Amrita and Prateek search all night to find their daughter, they finally report her missing.
Using his connections, Prateek gets the best investigator, ACP Kabir (Eijaz Khan) on the case. Kabir meets the family and immediately realises that there’s more to the story than what meets the eye.
After nine hours of searching, they find Trisha’s discarded phone on the beach. That sums up the first episode of Laut Aao Trisha.
The show deals with issues like drugs, pre-marritial sex, extra-maratial, incest and other bold issues but looks like its a try juvenile attempt at it. In the first episode, the transition between the past and the present has left me confused.
I just hope that Trisha stays missing in the show. The actor’s hamming really turned us off. Trisha makes a montage of her father’s life. Well what’s the big deal when it’s just a family party. Why is the character made to spell out every word she says; it actually sounds like she is preparing for some spell test.
The chemistry between Jai and Bhagyashree is awkward. Their performances are below average and it’s a shock to see Bhagyashree in the show.
The entire cast looks jaded and most of them are sleeping walking their parts.
The two brothers Bobby (Abhilash Kumar) and Vivaan (Karan Jotwani) look out of place. The only people worth seeing the show for are Eijaz Khan and Rajeshwari.
Best avoid seeing this show as this one has not thrill, no intrigue and a very bad story line.
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