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India’s first show ‘I’mMature’ reaches Cannes and should be binge watched

Preeti Singh



ImmatureI’mMature becomes the first Indian show that has been selected for the first edition of Cannes International Series Festival, CANNESERIES, and one cannot deny its validity.

The show is simply mind-blowing and you got to plan your binge watch this weekend ready up with snacks and cold drinks to take the virtual tour of I’mMature. TVF’s (The Viral Fever) Immature (intended as I’mMature) is the show following the story of Dhruv, played by Omkar Kulkarni, a 16-year-old boy, navigating his school life with a set of totally crazy friends, a supposed first love, ‘pehla pyaar’ (reminding of the Bollywood blockbuster Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander) and his interfering parents.

Sameer Saxena, known from Permanent Roommates and Yeh Meri Family fame, is the creator of the show as well, and you will definetly get the masterpiece work from him.

Other characters of the show include- Chhavi, played by Rashmi Agdekar, and Dhruv’s sidekicks Kabir and Susu, played by Chinmay Chandraunshuh and Visshesh Tiwari. The series is simply a joy ride full of fun, laughter and enjoyment. Don’t forget to binge watch this one to take a break from the topsy turvy life turns. Watch the super-exciting trailer to get a narrower idea of the show.

The most recent news about the show, I’mMature becoming the first only Indian show running for Best Web-Series category at Cannes gives it an even higher weightage making it a must watch. This coming-of age story about the first adventures of a young man’s life is on the selected list for the first edition of Cannes International Series Festival – CANNESERIES. The festival offers an international level platform for the increasingly popular new art form and aims at highlighting various series from all over the globe. I’mMature has been selected for Cannes already which in itself gives it a compelling reason for everyone to binge-watch the show right away.

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