Gandii Baat

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Gandii Baat
AltBalaji Gandii Baat Publicity Poster.jpg
GenreDrama
Directed bySachin Mohite
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes8
DistributorALT Entertainment
Release
Original networkALTBalaji
Original release3 May 2018 (2018-05-03)
External links
Season 1
Season 2

Gandii Baat (Hindi literal translation: dirty talk) is a 2018 Hindi web series, directed by Sachin Mohite for ALTBalaji. Each episode in the series features a separate erotic-themed story from rural India[1][2].

Season 1 presents the urban stories from rural India – which basically translates to bold stories from rural India. Every webisode talks of various relationships and taboos, issues that are never discussed in the open, myths and much more. What the series successfully puts across is that rural India takes great inspiration from its secret fantasies. And in a way, they control their lives, beyond their own imagination.

Season 2 is an anthology of quick-fire, twisted tales of lust, love and everything in between. The four-episode mini-series is molded in the ways of the soft-core stories that are a part of every adolescent’s growing up years. Only this time, the stories are a bit female-centric and that’s what adds to the flavor.

Plot[edit]

Season 1[edit]

E01. Threesome: is a story of a married couple and their neighbor. The husband Namvar catches his wife Gunjan in bed with their neighbor. Initially, he abuses and even threatens them with a gun seemingly very upset. But finally, he decides to join in forcing a threesome.

E02. Tharki Buddha: Technology brings not only convenience and comfort, but it also brings a promise of extreme pleasure to Rajendra. His wife, son, and daughter-in-law find it difficult to handle Rajendra's thirst for something more. The age-old traditional boundaries are crossed, and new ones are created in their place.

E03. Vasu Nag: In this Indian village, women increasingly feel neglected by the men in their lives. Their hopes, desires, and concerns find no expression. But where men disappoint, a mysterious snake fills the void in these women's lives. What will the men do to regain the dominance over their womenfolk?

E04. Preeto Rani: Preeto is a powerful woman. She not only rules her household but also the hearts of the men around her. Preeto is no one's property, but Gogi, her son-in-law, thinks otherwise. As he tries to lay claim on his mother-in-law's womanhood, the result will not be something he can handle.

Season 2[edit]

E01. Bai-Sexual: Neeta is shocked to learn about her husband Vaibhav's affair with Sajili. Her life takes a turn when Sajili makes an impossible demand from Vaibhav.

E02. Jadui Mahal: The entire village is curious about the Jadui Mahal, as no one has ever dared to go inside. Everything changes when the village Sarpanch decides to explore the mystery inside it.

E03. Gibraltar: Bhushan is desperate to get married to Seema. But Seema is intimidated by her fiancé. Unable to handle any more humiliation, she decides to teach him a lesson.

E04. Love Sex and Betrayal: Dugga, Sachi, Heera, and Soma will learn the difference between love and lust through an age-old tradition.

Cast[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episode 1[edit]

  • Rohit Chaudhary as Namvar
  • Neetha Shetty as Gunja
  • Anant Vijay Joshi as Doodnath
  • Sonal Panvar as Roopa
  • Ashish as Almari

Episode 2[edit]

  • Rajesh Tripathi as Rajendra
  • Yamini Singh as Rekha
  • Lovely Sharma as Kajari
  • Naveen Pandita as Pradeep
  • Harsh Vardan as Raju

Episode 3[edit]

  • Mirnalini Tyagi as Chakor
  • Ripraj Chauhan as Jeeva
  • Kalyani C Chaitanya as Dhaani
  • Deepika H Khanna as Imli
  • Anshuman Puskar as Nagnath
  • Nirban Goswani as Resham Singh
  • Kirti Choudhary as Rimjhim
  • Saurabh Singhal as Rakesh
  • Sourav Bansal as Shiva
  • Ashok Yadav as Hori

Episode 4[edit]

  • Narayani Shastri as Preeto
  • Vijay Chandrna as Lucky
  • Rohit Choudhary as Namvar
  • Anant Joshi as Doodhnath
  • Rudra Kaushik as Chandiram
  • Gourav Kumar as Suraj
  • Meenakshi as Soni
  • Neetha Shetty as Gunja
  • Yamini Singh as Rekha
  • Rajesh Tripathi as Rajender
  • Mrinalini Tyagi as Chakor
  • Bachan Pachera as Balli
  • Vaibhav Shah as Gogi

Season 2[edit]

Episode 1[edit]

  • Flora Saini as Sajili
  • Anveshi Jain as Neeta Sri
  • Aman Maheshwari as Vaibhav
  • Rahul Jaittly as Sagar

Episode 2[edit]

  • Sonam Arora as Roop
  • Coral Bhamra as Sapna
  • Maarisha K as Laachi
  • Vinod Thirani as Laal Chand
  • Sikandar Chohan as Srapanch

Episode 3[edit]

  • Pradeep Duhan as Bhushan
  • Nazneen Patni as Seema
  • Agni Pawar as Mahi
  • Manish Nawani as Mahesh
  • Leena Acharya as Mohini

Episode 4[edit]

  • Abhishek Gupta as Dugga
  • Navneet Kaur as Sachi
  • Ruby Bharaj as Heera
  • Fahman Khan as Soma
  • Tripti Agarwal as Ojha Maai
  • Anil Bhagwat as Sukhiya
  • Shiv Kumar Sharma as Yatin

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff, Scroll. "Alt Balaji announces web series 'Gandi Baat', with tales from rural India". Scroll.in. Retrieved 2018-05-03.
  2. ^ "ALTBalaji announces its next original titled 'Gandi Baat - Urban stories from rural India (Based on true rumours)' - Republic World". Republic World. Retrieved 2018-05-03.

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