The right guy it’s a original tv series produced by Netflix and inspired by the best-selling novel by Vikram Seth.
Set in India in the 1950s, a very delicate period as the first elections after independence from England are near, the Netflix mini series The Right Boy tells the story of a young Indian girl who refuses the arranged marriage organized by her mother to follow. his dreams.
Curiosity: when the series landed on Netflix in 2020 it caused a lot a stir in India due to the kissing scene between a Hindu girl and a Muslim boy against the backdrop of a Hindu temple.
The Right Guy Plots: What the Series Is About
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In post-split India, politics, social unrest, love and family drama converge as a mother tries to find the ideal husband for her daughter. Lata (Tanya Maniktala) is a university student and does not accept the idea of marrying a stranger, as her mother Rupa would like (Mahira Kakkar) who is looking for the “right guy” to fix up his daughter with in an arranged marriage. The girl, however, has in mind a very different life for herself from the one that her large family would like for her … in which there is no shortage of problems, plots and impossible loves!
The Right Guy TV series is produced by Lookout Point and BBC Studios, distributed by Netflix. The six-episode mini-series is directed by the New York director with Indian origins Mira Nair.
the right guy, Tanya Maniktala plays the protagonist Lata in the netflix tv miniseries – credits: taha ahmad / netflix
The right guy streaming: where to see the series
The six-episode miniseries The Right Guy is produced by Netflix and available in streaming in catalog. Netflix catalogs the series as British genre, TV dramas and TV series based on books; with “exciting” and “romantic” characteristics. Plus The Righteous Guy TV series is VM14 that is, prohibited to children under 14.
The Right Guy book by Vikram Seth
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The Right Guy Netflix tv series is based on the namesake novel by the Indian writer Vikram Sethpublished in 1993 and for the first time in 1995 in Italy.
Brahmpur, in northern India. Year 1951. Ms. Rupa Mehra has just celebrated the wedding of her daughter Savita and is already thinking about her other daughter, Lata, and the “right guy” that she will surely find for her too. But Lata has decided to oppose the custom of arranged marriages: she wants to choose for herself the person with whom to live the rest of her life … Page after page the story expands and welcomes a whole variety of characters, men and women who live, they work, they clash, they love each other, intertwining their adventures and their feelings with the historical and political events of their country which has recently gained independence from the United Kingdom.