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Sakshi Tanwar’s-MAI released on OTT, Fans rate the performance epic

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Sakshi Tanwar is one of the Bollywood’s versatile and talented actresses. Not only has she charmed the viewers through the daily serials, she also left an impression in movies. Some of the movies have become top earners including Dangal. Tanwar’s-MAI released on OTT She is at her level best in her OTT Mai. In one of the scenes, she searches a junkyard for a clue into his daughter’s murder in an accident. Nevertheless, she leaves no stone unturned to portray a grave character with conviction. Mai, or a mother as she is referred in the series displays the weakness and the strength of the mother in one. A mother’s role is played with so much grit that audience feel it of international standard.

Serial Mai Plot-Sakshi-Sen deliver the punch

Mai is a mother’s demand for justice for her daughter’s murder. Unlike her original roles, Sakshi takes on her most challenging project till date. The fans were thrilled to see the actress in a new avatar and had reaction on social media right away. One of the fans rated Tanwar’s performance in the serial worthy of an Emmy. There was another who felt that it was Tanwar who carried the serial on her entire shoulders. Here are some of comments by the audience:

Sakshi’s incredible performance in MAI

Another fan said that Sakshi performance carried the series forward. Nevertheless, her performance left an everlasting impression on the audiences.

Sakshi Performance steals the show in MAI

Tanwa-Sen’s stellar performance elevates the plot further

MAI web series on OTT
MAI web series on OTT

It is not often one sees the performances of two actors in one reel. There is no doubt that Sakshi’s character is different and powerful. Additionally Raima Sen delivers an everlasting impression with her portrayal of the surviving widow of a mafia don. Both the performances are towering and gutsy. One is left with nothing but admiration for the ease and close resemblance to the violence in our real life.

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