‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ boys introduce ‘Life Sahi Hai’ cast

Mumbai: Actors Kartik Aaryan, Omkar Kapoor and Sunny Nijar, who packed a punch in “Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2”, have got together to introduce the characters of filmmaker Luv Ranjan’s latest project, digital sitcom “Life Sahi Hai” in a quirky way.

The trio, in a trailer of the web series, urges viewers in a fun-filled manner to be ready to watch out for the drama that “Life Sahi Hai” promises. The trailer will be released later on Wednesday on www.LifeSahiHai.com.

IANS got a peek into the trailer before its launch, and one can say that the show will be a joyride, especially for those who loved “Pyaar Ka Punchnama”.

The “Life Sahi Hai” boys can be seen bonding over food, drinks, and girl talks — while Kartik, Omkar and Sunny are seen asking viewers to ‘like, subscribe and share’ the buzz around the sitcom.

Produced by Ranjan and Ankur Garg under Luv Films, the slice-of-life and coming-of-age show about four young boys, will go live this month itself, marking the start of the company’s journey on worldwide web. The season, with 12 episodes, will have multiple directors.

“Life Sahi Hai” is about the four boys in their early 20s, who come from different parts of India to live together independently for the first time, in Delhi, right after college. Coming from diverse backgrounds and having lived very different lives, they don’t immediately get along with one another. But feeding off each other’s strengths for help in professional as well as personal problems, they become buddies soon.

Actors Tarun Jain, Suhail Nayyar, Abhishek Saha and Siddhant Chaturvedi are essaying the main roles.

Commenting on the latest venture, Ranjan said: “Our stories and characters resonate with today’s youth, as has been seen in the ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ series. The audiences feel a sense of familiarity when our characters come alive, almost as if they are one amongst them.

“With the theme of ‘Life Sahi Hai’ revolving around the common aspirations of today’s youth, and the show being launched online as a digital sitcom, we are hoping to fuel the entertainment appetite of the young audience.”

Garg added: “As a company producing and distributing youthful and quality content, we’re thrilled to see our story come alive on the no-holds-barred online medium.”

“There has been an immense boom in the online space in recent times and going by the opportunities that this medium offers, we are certain about achieving scale and building a brand from ‘Life Sahi Hai’.”

‘Life Sahi Hai’ is planned as a multi-season sitcom. It will be available to audiences for free viewing on www.LifeSahiHai.com, YouTube and Facebook.

The first six episodes of the debut season will be aired until July, followed by a mid-season break.

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