Immature: Review, Cast, and everything you need to know
Immature web series chronicles the trials and tribulations of 16-year-old Dhruv as he attempts to get closer to Chhavi, whom he has had a crush on for years. Kabir, who really wants to be a bad kid, and Susu, who is colorblind but doesn’t realise it, are his brothers-in-arms. A nice narrative that brings back memories of pre-school and post-school days. It is a comprehensive narrative with a combination of drama, fun, love, and college life; a content that is picture-framed, a remembrance of all events during the adolescent period; and a content that is picture-framed, a remembrance of all events during the adolescent stage (College days).
Omkar Kulkarni as Dhruv Sharma
Rashmi Agdekar as Chhavi Upadhya
Chinamay Chandraunshush as Kabir Bhuller
Visshesh Tiwari as Master Susu
Dilip Meralal as Golewala
Komal Chhabaria as Dhruv’s mom
Sameer Saxena as Dhruv’s dad (cameo)
Paltu as Old lady on Walker
Jitendra Kumar as Drama Teacher
Vijay Rawal as Karan
Sachin Negi as Nukkad
Ranjan as Ranja
Biswapati Sarkar as Hindi Teacher
Nidhi Singh as Sonam Miss
Himika Bose as Nandini/Natasha
Gopal Datt as Vice Principal
Nikhil Vijay as Shantanu Mehra
Nasti Chavhan asWaiter at the bar
Nidhi Bisht as Aishwarya Miss
Pradnya as kid with Shantanu
Jaimin Panchal as student in class
Immature web series follows Dhruv and his buddies Kabir and Susu through their school years as they attempt to develop in the sight of the world. It’s the narrative of Dhruv’s first bike, drink, and ‘gundagardi,’ but it’s also the story of Dhruv’s first love. The series is a voyage through the school-life of the backbenchers, which has been nominated for The Best Web Series Category at CanneSeries 2018, at the Cannes Film Festival. Above all, though, it is a great youthful love tale. Immature, created by Apurv Mistry and Sameer Saxena, will touch far too many chords in your heart.
Omkar as Dhruv and the lovely Reshmi Agdekar (‘Dani’ from Andhadhun) as Chhavi Upadhyay, Dhruv’s crush and first love, steal the show. Simply watch this fantastic series if you want to take a trip down memory lane and feel authentic Indian adolescent love (unlike ‘Punch Beat’ or ‘SOTY,’ which are far too edgy to be authentic representations of Indian school life). Go watch this great series with its lovely cast and performances, and I assure you’ll adore it and won’t be able to forget it as easily as you couldn’t forget your first love.
“Immature” is a one-of-a-kind series that transports you back to your high school and college years. Dhruv Sharma (Omkar Kulkarni) is an indecisive, uncomfortable young man whose decisions are often a little shaky, leaving him bewildered. Everyone enjoys making ideas. One of the group’s leaders, Kabir Bhuller (Chinmay Chandranshuh), is joined by Susu (Visshesh Tiwari). As a result, Kabir responds to Dhruv’s befuddled queries with some odd visualization suggestions. All three of them live lives full of twirls, turns, and twists. Until Dhruv sees Chhavi Upadhyay (Rashmi Agdekar), a frontbencher, class topper, and teacher’s favorite, it’s operatic uncertainty, a never-ending narrative, and a conundrum. She is Dhruv’s classmate, and he likes her but is hesitant to tell her at first.
Who doesn’t long for the days when they were in school? I’m hoping that everyone does. We miss our old friends, with whom we used to share pencils, notes, crack jokes during lectures, bunk courses at the same time, and eventually share the same tiffin box at recess. And in every class, there was that one chashmish buddy who is one-of-a-kind yet appears to be from another planet, a buddy who has love on someone from the same class, and a buddy who adds flavor to the narrative by bragging about things he had never done in real life. In some ways, it reminded me of the movie 3 Idiots (group of three), but the tale was more mature.
Instead of riding his old, misshapen bicycle, Kabir compels Dhruv to buy a new one. However, his grades make him believe that his parents would most likely refuse him the bike because of his poor academics. However, children have a knack for gaining what they want from their parents by employing hallucinatory techniques. Similarly, Dhruv ultimately gets what he wants, but he ends up with his sister’s pink scooter. But he doesn’t know that this scooty will change his life.
Here is where Dhruv and Chhavi’s story begins. All of the drama in the classrooms, annual day festivities, bunking classes, exams, playing fire in the classrooms, idiotic charades, and susu grieving for his teacher crush when she gets engaged, all of this depicts genuine school life. Dhruv soon discovers that Chhavi has someone in her life.
Along with Susu’s, his heart breaks (whose crush, a teacher named Sonam is getting married). After consuming alcohol, Kabir recommends a strategy for retaliation. Dhruv attempts to attack Shantanu, Chhavi’s lover, after converging his guts. He becomes more at ease once he learns that Shantanu and Chhavi have split up. Exams haven’t started yet, but they’ll be over shortly as time passes. Dhruv finally has the opportunity to declare his feelings for Chhavi and ask her out.
Dhruv appears to be filled with pleasure, zest, and elation after Chhavi contacts him and agrees to a date after their exams are completed, following an unpleasant and unpleasant conversation outside of school. Because it is their first date, there is some discomfort between them; yet, they later appreciate one other’s presence and companionship. Several scenes depict love and relationships, as well as long-distance partnerships.
Dhruv makes a few mistakes on his date with Chhavi, but in the end, he rushes her to school. He gives her a t-shirt with a lot of memories on it, including her friends’ opinions inscribed on it and a good-bye note as she prepares to go to Kota for further studies. Finally, Chhavi kisses Dhruv, something he had wished for but been scared to ask for.
Unfortunately, there is something that is popular to display — “alcohol consumption.” Even underage children were portrayed drinking at the bar in this series, giving viewers and the generation a misleading impression of how schoolchildren are behaving. This scenario runs on for a lengthy period, which the filmmaker believed would be extravagant or showy for the audience to observe. But this isn’t the case.
It undoubtedly has a bad influence on the psyche of children and parents. I suppose this is the only scene that may elicit any bad feelings within the walls. The overall plot, though, is a heart-warming one. Kudos to TVF and MX Player originals for creating such a high-quality online series that has already won many hearts.
“Pehela pyaar saath rahe ya na rahe, yaad hamesha rahta hai,” says the web series’ best climactic line. The school-set program chronicles the trials and tribulations of 16-year-old Dhruv as he attempts to get closer to Chhavi, whom he has had a crush on for years. Kabir, who really wants to be a bad kid, and Susu, who is colorblind but doesn’t realize it, are his brothers-in-arms.
The capacity of Immature to delve into the aspects that make youth ideal for dramatization is one of its strong suits. This it achieves by focusing on everyday characters and exchanging glamour for a glimpse of school life that is far more realistic – a world where parents are the biggest hindrance to having fun, and freedom is defined by bike rides with friends, secret conversations, and sneaking out for a drink at a bar.
The program has a one-conflict-per-episode framework that connects to Dhruv’s bigger mission to befriend Chhavi. To extend out this notion over five episodes, it includes contrived circumstances and oddball characters that at times appear like rip-offs of Permanent Roommates’ dimwitted and rustic Purshottam. Although these characters are given far more screen time than they deserve, each episode also has a few creative quips and sure chuckles. The synergy between the three pals is responsible for the more enjoyable moments. Immature captures the continual catastrophizing over little losses, as well as a self-centered and self-deprecating mindset.
TVF has mastered the art of producing lighthearted, entertaining programming. Immature is similar to the instant noodles formula: it’s quick, easy, and delightful, but it’s just temporary.
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- Will there be a season 2 of ImMature?
Season 2 of ImMature is set to premiere in 2022. The series' creators have already confirmed a second season, and it's possible that ImMature Season 2 will be broadcast on the OTT platform MX Player.
- Where can I watch Immature web series?
All Episodes & Videos Online are available on MX Player.
- Is ImMature available on TVF?
No, it is not available on TVF in India.
- How many episodes are there in Immature series?
The five-episode coming-of-age narrative follows Dhruv, a young child who wants to grow up as quickly as possible.
- When was ImMature released?
20 February 2019 was the official release date.
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