Chi Va Chi Sau Ka Might Just Make You Delete The Dating App On Your Phone

Satya and Savitri's love story will rekindle the spark in the old-school love.

Lalit Prabhakar and Mrinmayee Godbole on the Chi Va Chi Sau Ka poster.

This is the age of swiping right and meeting your soulmate virtually. If the dating apps weren’t enough, we have our favourite rom-coms giving us unreal expectations. Amidst all this, Lalit Prabhakar and Mrinmayee Godbole’s film Chi Va Vhi Sau Ka on ZEE5 sheds light on the modern age romance

 Watch Satya and Savitri’s arrangement on Chi Va Chi Sau Ka on Zee5

The Marathi film shows us the importance of knowing the in and outs of the person by meeting them face-to-face rather than virtually. Then it explores the tabooed subject of live-in relationships. Mrinmayee who essays Savitri thinks only when you live-in with a person, you get to know them more intimately. Unlike the virtual dating space where you don’t know the person whom you are talking to is even real.

Mrinmayee Godbole and Lalit Prabhakar from a scene in Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.
Mrinmayee Godbole and Lalit Prabhakar from a scene in Chi Va Chi Sau Ka.

Today, with the app dating comes ghosting on the people who (might) rely upon you. But, a live-in relationship helps in knowing of your partner best and worst habits before entangling in a lifetime of commitment.

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