Who’s Your Gynac? Review: Saba Azad Shines As The Non-Judgemental Gynac We All Need!

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We’re all prepping for the long weekend and this weekend has a variety of content for all of us to consume. Created by TVF and directed by Himali Shah, Who’s Your Gynac? starring Saba Azad, Vibha Chibber, Karishma Singh, Kunal Thakur and Aaron Koul is all set to hit Amazon miniTV on September 28. Read our review to know more.


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The Plot Of Who’s Your Gynac?

Featuring Saba Azad as OB-GYN Dr Vidushi Kothari and Vibha Chibber as Nurse Violet. Karishma Singh as Swara, Aaron Koul as Mehr and Kunal Thakur as Dr Arth. This series has a total of 5 episodes of 20 to 22 minutes each. It follows the story of Saba’s Dr Vidushi as she navigates through her personal and professional life. Dr Vidhushi is an obstetrician-gynecologist “without a baby”. In other words, she hasn’t delivered a single baby in her private practice. While she’s looking for a pregnant woman to trust her with childbirth, Swara is pregnant but wishes to see a celebrity gynaecologist until she realises how her BFF has the ability to care for her and her soon-to-be-born baby much more than any other doctor. As Dr Vidhushi Kothari deals with her friend and her pregnancy, she also goes on a journey of personal and professional growth and learns to balance both. Saba Azad’s OB-GYN is absolutely endearing as she deals with her life.

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Saba Azad as Dr. Vidushi Kothari: Saba Azad is in her full element in this show. She’s a total breakout star. The actress shines as Dr. Vidushi as she portrays her character’s internal conflict, struggles, and emotional turmoil in a light-hearted manner.


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Vibha Chibber proves her mettle in acting once again in the role of Nurse Violet in Who’s Your Gynac? The senior actor looks genuine in her role. The rest of the supporting cast of Karishma Singh, Aaron Koul and Kunal Thakur deliver great performances. The actors seem to ease into their roles. However, it’s essential to note that while Karishma Singh has a meaty role, but Aaron Koul character Mehr does nothing to uplift the script. Kunal Thakur’s character is merely ornamental as Dr. Vidushi Kothari’s love interest.


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Verdict: Saba Azad Delivers Her Baby Successfully!

Saba Azad delivers an earnest performance as she eases into her endearing character of Dr. Vidushi Kothari as she navigates through her professional and personal drama. The 5-episode long show is all about how Dr Vidushi finds her footing with her private practice and prepares to deliver her first baby. The show closely follows her personal life, struggles, emotional turmoil and her relationship with her friends. Saba’s portrayal of Dr. Vidushi keeps one invested in the show. NGL but I was completely and absolutely invested in Dr Vidushi’s love life, her friendships, her career and her professional life as well from start to finish.


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The screenplay is light-hearted and fun. The show doesn’t focus much on the social issues and taboos around sex and sexual health. Instead, it focuses on busting myths about sex, normalising calling our genitals their assigned names and calling sex sex! It’s beautiful how Saba Azad’s Dr Vidushi reminds a woman to focus on her reproductive health, and busts the myth about perfect sex shown in porn among other things. She also showcases how an OB-GYN plays many roles like that of a therapist and guides people through mental blocks, a sexpert and answers questions about sexual health and many other things. Throughout Who’s Your Gynac?, Saba Azad’s characters bust myths and old wives tales while keeping it funny.


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There’s nothing to not like in the show but at the same time, the dialogues were not very memorable. Even though the show deals with real issues in a light manner, it seems to lack depth. There was a lot of potential to dive deeper and deal with issues but it barely scratches the surface. Having said that, it’s also a show that I would recommend for people who wish to start basic sex education for their teens and pre-teens or simply even approach the topic of “the talk”. And that my friends is why I’m rating this show 4 out of 5 stars. In conclusion, I’d like to add that Who’s Your Gynac? is Saba Azad’s baby that she has delivered successfully!

FYI, Who’s Your Gynac? is currently streaming on Amazon miniTV. So, grab your popcorn and start watching!

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