Netflix’s new show Taj Mahal 1989 will take you back to the old-school and beautiful romance. Read our review right here.
Do you feel the meaning of love has changed from the 90s era till now? Do you think in 1989, there were terms and hashtags like #CoupleGoals or couples indulging in excess PDA? Today, we see all of that around us amidst couples, but we’re sure this wasn’t the case back then.
Is there a right age to fall in love and does love change with time? Several questions will be answered in Netflix’s new show Taj Mahal 1989. After seeing the trailer, we thought this is a regular show with a used and abused topic. We mean the show could have been easily titled as Love Aaj Kal.
However, when you start watching it, you realize that it’s different. Based in the heartland of Lucknow, this show presents the love stories of two generations.
If you’re a 90s kid, you’ll relate to several references like Rasna, STD Booth, Audio Cassettes. The two love stories have been depicted with such finesse that you are bound to get attached to them. While the show is based in Lucknow, you would be wondering as to why is the headline Taj Mahal 1989? To discover this, you got to watch the show.
Since this show delves into a love story from the past era, it has no expletives and is replete with clean language, suitable to watch with your family. But since the show has released online around Valentine’s Day, we would recommend you to give it a dekko with your special someone.
Taj Mahal 1989 is low on Beep Meter but definitely high on Love Meter. The best part of this show is its simplicity; at times you may find it a bit slow-paced, but then that’s the essence of this show.
Speaking of the performances, Neeraj Kabi and Geetanjali Kulkarni are the standouts, their natural chemistry will amaze you; similarly, Danish Hussain’s intense acting will also strike a chord. Just like the performances, even the music of this show is amazing. We definitely give it a thumbs up. Binge-worthy hai boss!
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