Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla: How This Upcoming Show Will Be Breaking Stereotypes In Style
Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla is a brand new ZEE Marathi that is gearing up for its launch. Apart from being a family drama, this show is ready to break some major stereotypes with style.
Zee Marathi is ready to introduce its audience to a brand new family and their unique story. The new show, Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla is ready to greet the audience on 4 January, 2021. But before you get ready to watch this show, here’s why we think Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla will be breaking age-old stereotypes in style.
Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla’s lead character a.k.a. Avni is a chubby girl. The entertainment industry in general has been casting a slimmer body-type as the lead but Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla is breaking a major stereotype by casting Anvita Phaltankar who represents the average Indian body type.
A progressive mother-in-law
Talking about body-positivity, Avni’s soon-to-be mother-in-law Shaku sets a stellar example of a progressive mother and mother-in-law. She seems to have no problem with Avni’s body shape and her outspoken attitude. Usually mothers-in-law are portrayed as cruel, strict, and selfish but Shaku a.k.a. Shubhangi Gokhale easily tackles this stereotype.
Age is just a number
In Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla’s promo, Avni is teaching her mother-in-law how to ride a scooter. Shaku is hesitant at first but soon agrees with Avni. She learns how to ride a bike successful and makes sure to ask for help whenever needed. Shaku’s act proves that age is just a number and one can learn new things regardless of their age.
Avni and Shaku’s chemistry
The above mentioned points are enough of an indication that Avni and Shaku share a great chemistry. More than chemistry they firmly believe in helping out each other and supporting each other in difficult times.
A feminist point of view
Yeu Kashi Tashi Me Nandayla is also a show that follows the lead of its predecessors. The show will be dealing with issues like body-positivity, family relationships, modern-day romance and expectations.