The show is quick paced and tight, regardless of whether the content makes no sense and reason, and requests that its watchers take monster conviction based moves. Inside the main couple of scenes itself, the characters are settled. Dr Anand (Tisca Chopra) is the unflappable specialist who holds the family together during the emergency, yet has no clue what has been going on without her even noticing in her own family for some time now. Her better half, Sanjay (Parvin Dabas) is in critical budgetary waterways, having bet away the entirety of their reserve funds and obligated to some quite risky individuals. Her 18-year-old girl, Shaina (Malhar Rathod), is pregnant with her ex's child. Her more youthful child, Shovan (Sharad Joshi), is a sprouting programmer who has released his school test papers in the expectations that his sweetheart will be intrigued enough to lay down with him. Prithvi Singh (Ronit Roy) has been entrusted with guaranteeing that the arrangement pushes ahead, yet he unmistakably has an individual stake in the procedures. His diverse team of criminals — Hyma (Anangsha Biswas), Prince (Surya), and Aman (Aashim Gulati) — are on the whole so occupied by their own feelings and ulterior intentions that they get themselves inconsistent to the undertaking of guarding an unarmed group of four.
Actors: Ronit Roy, Tisca Chopra, Parvin Dabas, Anangsha Biswas
Directors: Sudhir Mishra
Writers: Omri Givon, Yezira Ivrit, Rotem Shamir
Producers: Sameer Nair, Deepak Dhar, Deepak Segal