Gandi Baat (Season 1): Erotic love tale, high on lust and love!

By Sonia Khanna | July 8, 2020

Displaying the lust stories set amidst the rural India, Gandi Baat Season 1 is directed by Sachin Mohite. The release date was 3rd May, 2018. It is available on ALTBalaji. Furthermore, it is developed by TV czarina Ekta Kapoor. The web series-drama is also available on Zee 5 app.

Gandi Baat Season 1 Story

The season contains four different stories that portray quite bold concepts filled with utmost love and sexual desires. The most common factor is that it is majorly women-centric and demonstrates the emotions and feelings of the fairer sex of the society. Each story shows how the women in rural areas satiate their lust and hunger for intimate cravings.

Gandi Baat Season 1 Starcast

The TV series includes the following actors and their respective character names.

  • Neetha Shetty as Gunja
  • Anant Vijay Joshi as Doodnath
  • Sonal Panvar as Roopa
  • Lovely Sharma as Kajari
  • Harsh Vardan as Raju
  • Rajesh Tripathi as Rajendra
  • Mrinalini Tyagi as Chakor
  • Kirti Choudhary as Rimjhim
  • Ripraj Chauhan as Jeeva
  • Narayani Shastri as Preeto
  • Vijay Chandrna as Lucky
  • Rudra Kaushik as Chandiram
  • Vaibhav Shah as Gogi

Gandi Baat Web Series Trailer

The official trailer opens to a rustic village background with really bold, audacious, raw, and partially naked scenes. It displays all the emotions from love, lust, to vengeance. So, towards the end, it concludes how a metro pleasure gets a rural spice.

Gandi Baat Series Episodes

The season has total 4 episodes.

1: Threesome

2: Tharki Buddha

3: Vasu Nag

4: Preeto Rani

Gandi Baat Season 1 Review

Without a doubt, the web series features erotically high stories laced with naughty sounds and voices. Tagged as soft-porn, it is further filled with explicit images of Indian bosoms. However, high on sexuality, the season lacks anything to show beyond. In short, with no logical story behind, Gandi Baat season one has nothing much enticing to show. Hence, it holds a negligible viewership.

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