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"Balika Vadhu" (2008) TV Season



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Overview

Language
Hindi

Country
(Bollywood) India

Ratings / Votes
4.7/ 10 (112 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Sphere Origins [in]

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Release Date
(India) - 21 July 2008

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Full Cast

  1. Adib, Chetanya as [Khajaan Singh]
  2. Farooki, Anjum as [Gauri Singh]
  3. Sharma, Satyajit as [Basant Mahavir Singh]
  4. Shroff, Sachin as [Shyam Madan Singh]
  5. Soni, Anup as [Bhairon Dharamveer Singh]
  6. Vyas, Shashank as [Jagdish Singh]
  7. Banerjee, Pratyusha as [Anandi Singh]
  8. Bansal, Smita as [Sumitra Bhairon Singh]
  9. Chheda, Jahnvi as [Sugna Shyam Singh]
  10. Jalal, Farida as [Badi Jiji]
  11. Manek, Jiaa as [Dance performer (2012)]
  12. Marda, Neha as [Gehna Basant Singh]
  13. Raichura, Bhairavi as [Bhagwati Khajaan Singh]
  14. Sikri, Surekha as [Kalyani Devi]

Genres

  1. Drama

Full Plot

Set in rural Rajasthan, 'Balika Vadhu' traces the arduous journey of child bride Anandi from the brink of childhood to womanhood. Married at the tender age of eight, Anandi had to accept and accustom herself to a new family of strangers and accept her roles as a friend, lover, wife and a daughter in law during childhood itself. Now, as a young adult, she faces new challenges as she tries to carve out her own identity in the world. 'Balika Vadhu' very sensitively portrays the plight of children who are unwittingly forced into marriage, in the name of tradition, and have to bear the repercussions for the rest of their lives. Colors TV Plot not found

Misc

  1. Kottary, Gajra (story developer) (2008)

Trivia

- The story of the show is inspired on the life of writer Purnendu Shekhar's mother who herself got married at an age of 15 years. He had been deeply involved in her life and feels that electronic media can play a great role in bringing up the life standard of women in rural India.

- A quote is shown at the end of each episode, which depicts the theme of each episode and gives a relevant message for the society on the same. These quotes are given by the writer Purnendu Shekhar's father.

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