On the International Day of Families, Let These Stories Remind You Of The Beauty Of Relationships

On the International Day of Families, Let These Stories Remind You Of The Beauty Of Relationships


International
Day
Of
Families:

Feelings
of
love,
support,
understanding,
and
loyalty
make
family
an
invaluable
unit
in
each
person’s
life.
On
International
Day
of
Families
(May
15),
we
bring
you
a
curated
list
of
special
stories
from
the
big
and
small
screen
that
celebrate
eternal
bonds.

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1.
Hi
Nanna

Unfolding
the
message
that
the
bonds
of
the
heart
can
never
be
untwined,
this
Telugu
drama,
helmed
by
Shouryuv
in
his
directorial
debut,
revolves
around
an
amnesiac
mother,
Yashna
has
been
separated
from
her
young
daughter
Mahi
and
her
husband
Viraj
by
a
twist
of
fate
and
even
though
she
is
not
aware
of
her
relationship
with
them,
she
grows
attached
to
them.
An
emotional
drama
with
numerous
twists
and
turns,
the
non-linear
narrative
style,
and
Hesham
Abdul
Wahab’s
soulful
music
are
other
factors
which
elevate
the
overall
quality
of
the
film.
Starring
Mrunal
Thakur,
Nani,
and
Kiara
Khanna
in
lead
roles,
it
is
available
for
streaming
on
Netflix.


2.
Gullak

Reminiscent
of
the
cine
drama
‘Hum
Log’
,
the
OTT
show
‘Gullak’
is
set
in
a
dusty,
north-Indian
town.
It
takes
audiences
on
a
journey
into
the
lives
of
the
members
of
the
small,
modest,
and
endearing
Mishra
family.
The
show
portrays
how
the
parents,
Santosh
and
Shanti
Mishra
(played
by
Jameel
Khan
and
Geetanjali
Kulkarni),
along
with
their
sons
Annu
and
Aman
(portrayed
by
Vaibhav
Raj
Gupta
and
Harsh
Mayar),
traverse
the
challenges
of
everyday
middle-class
life.
While
they
may
occasionally
bicker,
they
remain
a
strong
family
unit
in
the
face
of
every
difficulty.
Directed
by
Palash
Vaswani
and
Amrit
Raj
Gupta,
‘Gullak’
is
available
for
streaming
on
SonyLIV.


3.
Gudiya
ki
Shaadi

Imagine
the
situation
of
a
young
and
spirited
bride
who
loses
her
eyebrows
hours
before
her
wedding.
Will
she
feel
ashamed
or
embarrassed,
or
will
she
boldly
decide
to
accept
the
change
in
her
appearance?
The
Zee
Theatre
teleplay,
‘Gudiya
ki
Shaadi’,
narrates
the
tale
of
this
bride-Gudiya,
who
teaches
her
family
and
the
audience
an
important
lesson
that
a
woman’s
value
is
not
determined
by
her
physical
appearance.
She
also
refuses
to
hold
any
grudge
against
her
own
family
and
instead
makes
them
understand
her
perspective.
Directed
by
Sourabh
Shrivastava,
this
popular
teleplay
stars
Shweta
Basu
Prasad,
Virendra
Saxena,
Samta
Sagar,
Ishtiyaq
Khan,
Saroj
Sharma,
Neha
Saraf,
Vikram
Kochhar,
and
Anveshi
Jain.
‘Gudiya
ki
Shaadi’
is
available
on
Zee5.


4.
Jaana
Tha
Roshanpura

Exploring
the
depths
of
extended
family
relationships,
this
Samta
Sagar
creation
depicts
the
tale
of
a
father
and
his
son-in-law.
The
only
thing
they
have
in
common
is
that
both
are
grieving
for
the
loss
of
the
remarkable
woman,
Panja.
Even
though
Panja
is
the
daughter
of
the
former
and
the
wife
of
the
latter,
the
two
men
quarrel
constantly.
However,
their
sadness
eventually
helps
them
to
discover
something
new
about
themselves
and
their
relationship,
which
forms
the
crux
of
this
Zee
Theatre
teleplay.
Penned
by
Samta
Sagar
and
directed
by
Virendra
Saxena
and
Sanjay
Jha,
‘Jaana
Tha
Roshanpura’
stars
Virendra
Saxena,
Ravi
Mahashabde,
and
Samta
herself.

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5.
Maa
Retire
Hoti
Hai

Drawing
attention
to
the
often-invisible
work
that
women
do
at
home
and
how
they
are
expected
to
prioritise
others’
needs
over
their
happiness,
‘Maa
Retire
Hoti
Hai’
narrates
the
curious
tale
of
a
mother
who
retires
from
her
domestic
duties.
It’s
only
when
she
stops
f
the
day-to-day
toil
that
her
family
realises
just
how
enormous
her
contribution
to
their
lives
was.
Filmed
by
Suman
Mukhopadhyay
and
directed
for
the
stage
by
Rajan
Tamhane,
this
Zee
Theatre
teleplay
stars
the
late
Reema
Lagoo,
Yatin
Karyekar,
Sachin
Deshpande,
Shweta
Mehendale,
Sanket
Phatak,
Mansi
Naik,
and
Rutuja
Nagwekar.
The
slice-of-life
drama
also
conveys
the
message
that
everybody
must
contribute
their
bit
and
appreciate
each
other.
Watch
it
on
Zee5.

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