Independence Day Spl: Abhi-Pragya, Karan-Preeta And Other characters Who Are modern Yet Culturally Rooted At Heart

This Independence Day, take a look at some of the Zee show characters who are modern yet culturally rooted at heart.

Janhvi Sharma

August 8, 2020


6 min


Indian television serials and sitcoms have always been dominated by typical saas-bahu drama. But in this modern times, we come across more realistic shows which depict the struggle a common man faces in this society. Zee shows have always managed to help educate people in some way or the other and send out important messages through their shows. The makers of the shows including Kumkum Bhagya, Kundali Bhagya, Qurbaan Hua, Tujhse Hai Raabta, Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega etc have ingrained Indian values, customs and traditions in the minds of Indian audiences through the shows. This Independence Day, take a look at some of the Zee show characters who are modern yet they are culturally rooted at heart. They believe in being true Hindustanis no matter how modern they may be!

Rishabh and Karan as Son

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Kundali Bhagya‘s Rishabh and Karan have won audiences hearts with their perfect characters. Both Luthra brothers portray brotherhood perfectly and give major sibling goals. Karan is the younger one, while Rishabh is the eldest one and their relationship as brothers have grown stronger. Rishabh and Karan are typically momma’s boys who have a close bond with their family and can do anything for them. Though they are stylish and modern in terms of fashion but dil hai Hindustani! Rishabh and Karan as sons have always obeyed their family’s decision and showcase their Indian values.

Preeta (Kundali Bhagya) and Kalyani (Tujhse Hai Raabta) as Daughter

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Kundali Bhagya‘s Preeta and Tujhse Hai Raabta‘s Kalyani are an example of perfect daughters and dreams of many mothers. Preeta and Kalyani portray the character of  independent and dignified women who live life on their terms. But at the same time, Preeta and Kalyani are the ladies who sacrifice their happiness for their loved ones. These two are a great example of females of the modern, empowered India. Women who are modern yet believe strongly in their with Indian values, customs and traditions.

Guddan (Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega) as Bahu

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Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega‘s youngest saas Guddan has a powerful identity as a woman who keeps the family together. Guddan is a loving, caring and fierce woman who stands for herself and others during difficult times. Guddan is showcased as a fearless woman who only cares about her family and not the male-dominated society. Guddan has always inspired everyone with her persona and taught everyone how to be liberated in this patriarchy society by keeping their Indian values intact. Guddan has kept her family united and does not allow anyone to come in between.

Abhi and Pragya (Kumkum Bhagya) as Parents

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Kumkum Bhagya‘s most popular on-screen couple Abhi and Pragya have touched everyone’s heart with their chemistry. Right from being protective towards each other or to save their loved ones from trouble, Abhi and Pragya have come across as the power couple. Abhi and Pragya are parents to twin daughters Rhea and Prachi and are equally protective and possessive about them. The couple has allowed their daughters to live their lives on their terms but at the same side have taught them to be grounded, humble and most importantly respect elders. Abhi and Pragya have taught their daughters to worship every God and celebrate every festival with the same zeal and enthusiasm.

Archana (Pavitra Rishta) as Wife

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Pavitra Rishta‘s Archana is one of the most sanskari and ideal bahu that every saas dreams of. Archana and her family gave us a real sense of what people go through daily. The show gives an insight into Hindu traditions and beliefs. Moreover, the show teaches us to appreciate the sacrifices made by parents for their kids. Archana strikes a perfect balance between her parents’ dreams and her passion. Pavitra Rishta explores rich and poor class and also talk about marriage, divorce and self-independence and Archana shows us how the bahu of the family should be.

Siddharth (Jamai Raja) as Husband

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Jamai Raja‘s Siddharth is shown as a fun-loving guy who becomes a ghar jamai. We all know in India we do not accept a son in law to live with his in-laws as it is considered a taboo. Well, Siddharth breaks this stereotype and portrays a modern India in front of the viewers. Siddharth teaches us that when a person is in love nothing else matters, not even class or money. Siddharth leaves a mark on everyone’s heart with his bindass attitude and is known for showcasing a better image of modern Indian youth.

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