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5 shows that feature imperfectly perfect families

No families are perfect, but it is these imperfections that make our family stick together through thick and thin.

Published: Sunday,Oct 16, 2022 05:30 AM GMT-06:00
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With our minds and hearts constantly wandering from one place to another, we find solace and comfort in our homes with our family. No families are perfect, but it is these imperfections that make our family stick together through thick and thin.

Here are 5 imperfectly perfect family dramas you must watch with your loved ones:

Anupamaa: From stepping out of an unhappy marriage to finding ones identity, Anupama is breaking societal stigmas one episode at a time. Starring the TV sensation Rupali Ganguly in the lead, the show features the story of Anupama, her dysfunctional family and their journey of overcoming interpersonal differences.

Available on: Star Plus

Diyar-E-Dil: Directed by Haseeb Hasan, Diyar-E-Dil is a family drama that revolves around the story of a well-respected family led by Agha Jan (Abid Ali). Starring Sanam Saeed, Hareem Farooq and Abid Ali in the pivotal roles, the series depicts the turbulent relationship between a father (Abid Ali) and his son (Mekal Zulfiqar) who often disagree on important decisions. Their different perspectives and constant quarrels lead to the family falling apart. The two are torn between their tough relationship and bringing their family back together

Available on: Zindagi (Airtel, Tata Play, Dish TV)

The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family: Created by Dipika Bajpai, The Great Indian Dysfunctional Family, is a story that revolves around the relationship between two estranged brothers, Samar Ranaut (Barun Sobati) and Vikram Ranaut (Kay Kay Menon), their families, heartbreaks and their interpersonal conflicts.

Available on: ALTBalaji

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Gullak: Starring popular actors Jameel Khan and Geetanjali Kulkarni in lead roles, Gullak is the story of a middle-class family, struggling to make their ends meet. The Mishra family, together tackle challenging circumstances, surroundings and people, set against the backdrop of a light-hearted comedy drama.

 Available on: SonyLiv Originals

Mind The Malhotras: An entertaining sitcom, based on a modern couple, Shefali Malhotra (Mini Mathur) and Rishabh Malhotra (Cyrus Sahukar), Mind the Malhotras brings to light the life of a couple, who are dealing with midlife marital problems. Shefali and Rishabh resort to seeking couple’s therapy, to help ensure that they do not end up getting divorced like most of their couple friends.

Available on: Amazon Prime Video

The Reunion: Revolving around the story of a broken family, The Reunion stars actors Lillete Dubey (Leela), KK Raina (Madhav), Veer Rajwant Singh (Amol) and Prabal Punjabi (Aman) in pivotal roles. A middle-aged couple, Leela and Madhav are left heart-broken when both their sons (Aman and Amol) move out of home, to pursue their dreams and career. Unfortunately, life takes an unexpected turn when their mother (Leela) dies, leaving their father (Madhav) inconsolable. This reunion between the father and his sons brings them closer as a family as they face grief together.

Available on: YouTube (The Zoom Studios)

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nautankitadka 3 months ago Pushpa Impossible should have been in this list instead of Anupamaa. All 3 kids: Ashwin, Chirag and Rashi are very different, but they love their mother to bits and they are three parts of her soul who have their own journeys to navigate at different stages of life (Ashwin is in his mid 20s and working, Chirag is in college, and Rashi is in Grade 10). Pushpa is also fighting her own war against society when trying to become a 10th pass + also running her food catering business. Inspirational journeys of real resilience.
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Km181 3 months ago Is this for real? Anupama is this category, isn't the narrative of serial itself than self contradictory...
Either you are part of imperfectly perfect family and normal human being...
Or you are a Devi fighting numerous battles at same time against army of demons... Anupama is a Devi...
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SoniRita 3 months ago I like Mind the Malhotra series lol, the family is way too imperfect perfect lol.
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WildestDreams 3 months ago Anupama is no way imperfectly perfect family😂
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