Synopsis/Plot : Ram (Jai) who is getting ready for second marriage has second thoughts and his best friends Maadhu (Vivek Prasanna) and Cheenu (Rajkumar) try to cheer him up, things take a wild turn when someone unexpectedly enters his life. What happens next is this Triples delivers in the 8 Episode drama with mix of romance and comedy.
Triples - Watchable mainly because if its liveliness!
As already said, the bar for comedy is quite low currently and I wasn't really expecting much from Triples. But it does get off to a rather pleasant start and what works for this web series is the liveliness. There is constant activity and given the frequency of attempted jokes, a few of them are bo...(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
A Crazy-long, mirthless romcom
This web-series never amounts to anything more than mundane chatter between cardboard characters (more)
Source: Sudhir Srinivasan, CinemaExpress.com
A lively series with the flavour of the Crazy Mohan-Kamal Haasan universe
Comedy of errors, mistaken identities and irreverent wordplay... everything that we loved about the Crazy Mohan-Kamal Haasan film universe is present in adequate measure in 'Triples'. (more)
Source: Srinivasa Ramanujam, The Hindu
A typical rom-com film in the guise of a web series
We get the Crazy Mohan-style comedy only in terms of names of the characters. There aren't enough clever wordplays, puns and laugh-out-loud moments to encourage us to overlook other problems. (more)
Source: Manoj Kumar R, Indian Express
A fun, comic entertainer that works in parts!
When it comes to a webseries, only the hook at the end of each episode brings in the viewer to watch the next, and we believe that the director has worked enough to maintain that! At a time when vulgarity and offensive dialogues are the norm for OTT, Triples breaks all those templates and creates a ...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, galatta.com
Despite the humour working only in parts, Triples is a watchable web-series.
while the writers have attempted something that would have been right down the alley of the late Crazy Mohan, it doesn't quite get translated on the screen. The jokes, for the most part are petulant and fail to drive in the laughs. Beyond a point, you don't get too kicked about people running away f...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com