Dice Media, the premium video division of Pocket Aces, released the fourth episode (titled “Stuck In The Middle”), of its new original web series, What the Folks. This 5-episode web series airs every Thursday on Dice Media’s YouTube and Facebook channels.
The web series is brought to you in association with title partner Greek yogurt brand Epigamia owned by parent company Drums Food International, and powered by self-driven car rental startup Zoomcar. The last three episodes have received heaps of love from viewers across the country and has already become one of the best performing series of 2017.
The three episodes combined have received a viewership of 5.9M on Facebook and 4.7M views on YouTube so far. The high level of engagement and positive reviews are testament to the show’s universal appeal and popularity.
The third episode saw Nikhil and his in-laws celebrate the Sharma couple’s anniversary as they made some special memories together. The episode ended at a positive note but does that mean Nikhil’s finally found his footing with the Sharmas?
The fourth episode takes the family back to the friction we had witnessed earlier and this time the stress is real. Anita is upset with her parents as they have been telling others that Nikhil is older than Anita while it’s actually the reverse. Meanwhile, Nikhil is made an offer by his boss, Rohan Iyer that has Nikhil second-guessing his decisions. A huge fight breaks out in the family which escalates the tension to critical levels and the episode ends on a major cliffhanger.
Join us to know how the story unfolds in the penultimate episode of What The Folks (WTF!),
Dice Media’s slice-of- life dramedy that showcases a family that will remind you of your own.
“What the Folks” (WTF!) is something that every young person and their family can relate to and explores how modern Indian families are breaking stereotypes, overcoming generation gaps, and growing to love one another, despite having starkly different world views.
Directed by two time National Award winner, Ruchir Arun, the show has been written by Anand Bhardwaj and Ayesha Nair. The series stars vastly popular digital actor Veer Rajwant Singh as the son-in-law Nikhil. He is joined by veteran film and television actors, Vipin Sharma (Gangs of Wasseypur, Taare Zameen Par) and Deepika Amin (Fan, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya), who play the father-in-law and the mother-in-law respectively. The key cast is rounded off by talented film actors, Eisha Chopra(Neerja, Aligarh) and Anula Navlekar (Brahman Naman, BA Pass), who play Nikhil’s wife and sister-in-law respectively. The music in the series has been created by Neel Adhikari, a well-known independent musician, who also composed the immensely popular original soundtrack of “Little Things”.