Daughter’s Day Special: Things We Can Learn From Vaidehi, Manva, Gargee, Rama
As we celebrate the International daughter’s day, let’s express our gratitude towards our favourite TV daughters!
Today, as International Daughter’s Day is around the corner, let salute the women who play a pivotal role in shaping our lives. If it wasn’t for them, we wouldn’t be here… quite literally. Gone were the days when it was frowned upon after the birth of a girl child, today our daughters have become their families’ strengths. The only time you find her powerless is when the nail polish is drying on her fingers. So, on that note, let’s have a look at the daughters of Zee Yuva who are a bright ray of sunshine.
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1. Manva from Tu Ashi Jawali Raha
Essayed by the actress Titeeksha Tawde, Manva’s character is made of badassery and kindness in the right amounts. We have seen Manva stand up for her parents, her husband and the rest of her family. With her kindness, she reached out to the lesser privileged children and gave them a hope to live a better life. Each day, she never ceases to surprise us with her take in every situation. Cheers to Manva!
2. Meenakshi from Vartul
Meenakshi proved to us that no matter what good always trumps over evil. She came to Abhi’s house, she saw his family and she conquered their hearts slowly. Amidst living a happy life with Abhi, she fought relentlessly with Vikram who threatened to kill everyone she ever loved. However, with burning bravery she defeated Vikram. She will always be our favourite #BossLady!
3. Vaidehi from Phulpakhru
From being her parents’ only daughter to giving birth to a daughter, Vaidehi’s transition has been nothing short of phenomenal. Of course, during this phase, the hurdles didn’t seem to cease in different avatars but Vaidehi’s never back down attitude gave them a run for their money. Till today, Vaidehi’s wit and charm continues to impress us every evening.
4. Gargee from Ek Ghar Mantarlela
Gargee proved that even the evil spirits can’t scare you if you are brave enough to face them. In the role of a journalist, Suruchi Adarkar showed the young girls that you can be a strong woman without a man by your side. She took care of ageing parents while facing the demonic trials of Mrutyunjay Bungalow.
5. Rama from Saajana
Irrespective of your family background, you don’t have to compromise with your integrity. Our role model, Rama teaches us this and more. In the absence of her parents, Rama is taking care of her younger sister with the money she gets from Pratap’s house. Her determination to educate herself makes us want to applaud her for the efforts.
Which of the above ladies inspire you? We would love to know your thoughts in the comments below.
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