Daughter’s Day: Rhea-Prachi, Srishti-Preeta Are Proof Why ‘Aaj Ki Betiyaan’ Are The Best

These 4 shows set a correct example of how daughters are precious and should be celebrated.

Mahima Maniar

September 19, 2020


4 min


Daughter’s Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September. Initially celebrated to remove the stigma around the girl child, today there has been a paradigm shift in how girls are portrayed as a daughter – not as a burden, but as a gift that should be cherished.

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As Indian families are broadening their mindset to gender equality, daughters no longer have to fill in for sons. #AajKiBeti is strong, independent and selfless. Here is a list of all your favourite shows on ZEE5 that have brought out the best daughter moments, either by standing up for themselves or by supporting their families.

Bani and Nikki in Kehne Ko Humsafar Hai

The major impact of having divorced parents and a broken home is on the children. In Kehne Ko Humsafar Hai, Bani (Pooja Banerjee) and Nikki (Palak Jain) grow up in a dysfunctional family which affects their mental health and their relationships. But amidst all this chaos, they stand like pillars for their mother Poonam (Gurdeep Kohli) who feels betrayed when Rohi (Ronit Roy) leaves her for Ananya (Mona Singh). This shows the strength of daughters to face all circumstances while keeping their head up.

Kalyani Deshmukh in Tujhse Hai Raabta

Kalyani Deshmukh’s (Reem Shaikh) is a character who bids farewell to the concept of a damsel in distress and takes matter in her own hands. After the death of her parents, it is Anupriya (Poorva Gokhale) who brings her up. But Kalyani never makes her feel like she is her stepmother. She prioritises of her aai’s happiness over her own. Kalyani is always ready to take the plunge for her stepmother, which gives us an insight into a daughter’s love for her mother.

Rhea and Prachi in Kumkum Bhagya

When Kumkum Bhagya takes a 20-year leap, Mughda Chapekar and Naina Singh are introduced as Prachi and Rhea – Abhi (Shabbir Ahluwalia) and Pragya’s (Sriti Jha) twin daughters. Having grown in separate households, both the sisters are strikingly different from each other. While Prachi has inherited her mother’s simplicity, Rhea was born in an affluent family and takes to her father’s business. No matter how different they are, their basic nature towards their respective parent is that of respect and love.

Srishti and Preeta in Kundali Bhagya

Despite not knowing that Sarla (Supriya Shukla) is their mother, Preeta (Shraddha Arya) and Srishti (Anjum Fakih) form a close bond with her. They always stand by and support their mother, which goes to show how daughters can weather any storm.

All these daughters are perfect examples of #AajKiBetiyaan, daughters who are independent, smart, strong and caring too. To watch and cherish these relationships from your favourite shows, get the ZEE5 Club Pack and get access to unlimited TV shows, web series and films before they are broadcasted. All this only at Rs. 1 per day.


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