Watch: The trailer for TVF Tripling shows 'crisis ke time pe family hi kaam aati hai'

TVF Tripling is a web series that focuses on the bond between three siblings as they embark on a roaptrip together.

FP Staff August 18, 2016 19:16:23 IST
Watch: The trailer for TVF Tripling shows 'crisis ke time pe family hi kaam aati hai'

The Viral Fever is back with a new web series, this time a family drama about three siblings. The production house which is also the brainchild behind TVF Pitchers and Permanent Roommates, brings you a saga of an unlikely family reunion. Three siblings take a road trip together, each trying to deal with his (or her own) individual life crisis.

Watch The trailer for TVF Tripling shows crisis ke time pe family hi kaam aati hai

There's Chandan (Sumeet Vyas), whose marriage to a foreigner seems to be falling apart. He is also homeless and jobless, which might explain the reason why he seems to pissed off with the world in the trailer.

There is Chanchal (Maanvi Gagroo), who seems to have married into royalty and regrets the isolation and responsibility that comes with the title.

There's also Chitvan (Amol Parashar), the laid back DJ who is the most excited of the trio for the road trip.

Also starring in the series is the orange Tata Motors car (in which they embark on the roadtrip), which has a lot of screen time in the two and a half minute trailer, mostly because Tata Motors has sponsored the show.

The story seems interesting enough, and the lead protagonists share great chemistry on screen. Watch the trio embark on a road trip on 28 August 2016 on TVF Play.

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