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Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya: The Show That Takes Us Through The Roots Of Marwari Tradition

Ankita Tiwari

September 11, 2020

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The show is rooted in a Rajasthani town and the culture as well as the traditions are displayed vivaciously in the show.

Traditional shows have been a hit ever since the advent of TV. Viewers love to watch perfect or near-perfect families and drama on television. This is why the famous shows have always been the ones that display the traditions and show the roots of India. In the Zee TV show Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya as well, we see the traditional Marwari roots of the family. The show stars Kanchi Singh and Mishkat Varma in the lead. Avni is shown as the daughter of a rich business family, the Khandelwals, while Raj Purohit is their accountant, whom Avni falls in love with.

Watch the first episode of the show here.

While on TV, the show was popular as Kanchi and Mishkat shared crackling chemistry. But now if we watch the show, there are also other reasons for it becoming so famous. The show is based in Rajasthan and has a beautiful location. The language, food, and culture is traditional and sticks to its Marwari roots.

We can see women wearing traditional Indian clothes and preparing food in a very old-school fashion. These minor thoughts behind the process of the show have made it utterly popular. The machinations of family drama in a traditional Marwari family captured the attention of viewers.

Have you watched Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya yet? Stream it on ZEE5 now!

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