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Star Plus’s Anupamaa is definitely a must watch. Bitter truth of most Indian households.

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Anupamaa is a latest Indian television drama series that premiered during the pandemic induced lockdown and has managed to win everyone’s hearts.

Anupamaa is a remake of a great Bengali series, Sreemoyee. Produced by Rajan Shahi under Director’s Kut Productions, it stars Rupali Ganguly in the lead.

Anupamaa is an the story of a middle aged lady who sets on her journey to be independent, when she realises her entire family takes her for granted.

Anupamaa, the Gruhalaxmi of the house is an ideal example of being the sacrificial wife, mother and daughter-in-law. She always puts her family before herself no matter what and that’s her only folly.

Anupamaa is not very educated. She had to quit studies after her 12th grade and had to get married because her father passed away and she had to support her family.

Anupamaa is a great cook and has spent all her life cooking and taking care of her family, her pride. Whereas, her family is embarrassed of her only drawback, that she’s not literate.

Her only support is her son Samar and her father in law. Her other two children, Paritosh and Paakhi are spectators who are ashamed of their mother. Anupamaa’s mother in law always taunts her all the time.

Anupamaa’s husband, Vanraj, is the typical example of a misogynistic, chauvinist who belittles his wife at every phase in life. And not to forget, Vanraj is also having an affair with his colleague and friend, Kavya.

Most of the Indian housewives go through a similar situation. They want to stand up for themselves but their tied down by the norms of the orthodox society.

Wonder what will happen when Anupamaa learns about her husband’s affair? You should definitely watch the series on Star Plus then.

Everyone plays their role amazingly. The cinematography is top-notch, and the production value is at its best. Overall, it’s a great series and I highly recommend it.