It depicts a middle-class family in 1998 from the perspective of a 13-year-old boy and it is nostalgic. We can re-live the life as writing of the show is impeccable, it captures every nuance of a teenager's life embroidered with such an amazing cast. It talks about happiness and distress, a coming-of-age tale with everything a common family goes through.
A seven-episodes slice of life drama will make you feel every emotion, the indecisiveness, excitement, nervousness, and companionship of a family and a teenager have been explicated with such a finesse. The metaphors will give you an insight into life's intricacies, it will teach you something.
The direction is simply phenomenal, the child actors have done the trailblazing job special mention to Vishesh Bansal, what an amazing talent, he breaks the fourth wall with a panache, Mona Singh as a mother is adorable, Akarsh Khurana as a "cool Papa" is effortless and delivers lessons through his punches. Prasad Reddy as Shanky is hilarious and unapologetic. Casting team you deserve an applause for finding such talents.
"Those were the best days of my life."
It is one of the best out there. It should be watched by every human being.
Kudos TVF team, keep coming such marvels.