New Delhi: Every Mother’s Day, the work that moms do tirelessly to nurture their youngsters is glorified with out making an allowance for that they too have human limitations and have to relaxation every now and then.

In Zee Theatre’s teleplays like ‘Ma Retire Hoti Hai’, ‘Chanda Hai Tu’ and ‘Aye Ladki’, you’ll meet girls who remind us that moms too get exhausted and deserve care and assist relatively than simply empty reward.

Take a have a look at performs that depict that message:

1. Aye Ladki: This masterpiece penned by Jnanpith awardee Krishna Sobti, revolves across the relationship between an outdated, ailing girl and  her daughter who’s taking care of her. The mom is full of nostalgia for her youth, marriage, being pregnant and the household she constructed. As her life nears its finish, she wonders if she ought to have finished extra together with her existence. Could she have been greater than only a spouse, mom, grandmother, the nurturer of a big clan?

She often taunts her single daughter for not having anybody to name her personal however on the identical time, is possessive sufficient to not let her out of her sight. Between waves of remorse and conflicting feelings, she lastly understands that her daughter, who she refers to as ‘Aye Ladki’ with disdain, is her personal particular person. And that she herself was extra than simply the roles she performed as a spouse and a mom.  ‘Aye Ladki’ was written by Sobti as a semi-biographical tribute to her mom. It continues to remind the viewers that past the  duties that girls are anticipated to hold, they’re people who should chart their very own path in life.  

Directed by Rasika Agashe, the teleplay additionally stars Sapna Sand, Bhumika Dubey, Manjeet Yadav.

2. Maa Retire Hoti Hai : Originally written in Marathi by Ashok Patole, this Rajan Tamhane directorial stars the late Reema Lagoo  as Sudha, the selfless mom, spouse and grandmother who decides in the future to ‘retire’ from her family duties.

After unconditionally serving her household for many years, she lastly  does the unthinkable by deciding to reside as she pleases. As the play unfolds, we realise that Sudha had been a author however her potential was snuffed out by domesticity. The play makes astute feedback about how girls are taken without any consideration and anticipated to sacrifice their very own happiness  for the sake of everybody else. The narrative additionally depicts how little respect is given to  them for all of the unpaid toil they do at dwelling.

The filming director of the play is  Suman Mukhopadhyay and it additionally stars  Yatin Karyekar, Sachin Deshpande, Shweta  Mehendale, Sanket Phatak, Mansi Naik and Rutuja Nagwekar. You can watch ‘Maa Retire Hoti Hai’ on  May 8 on Dish and D2H Rangmanch Active and Airtel Spotlight.

3. Chanda Hai Tu: This play has been penned by  famend playwright Jaywant Dalvi’s teleplay, as a poignant tribute to motherhood and parenting. It depicts  the difficulties of elevating a bodily challenged little one within the face of restricted assets, monetary duties {and professional} obligations. The play’s protagonists are Mr. and Mrs. Shukla who discover methods to make ends meet whereas making an attempt to maintain their sanity intact as caregivers of their son ‘Bachu.’

They divide their time to guarantee that at the least one mother or father is at all times at dwelling however Bachu just isn’t at all times compliant and easygoing and infrequently assessments their persistence  past endurance. Mrs Shukla, performed by Smita Bansal can be a working girl and somebody who often needs just a bit respite from her endless duties. How she finds hope and lightweight on this bleak existence is inspiring to look at.

Directed by Nishikant Kamat for digicam, and for stage by Atul Parchure, the teleplay additionally stars Manav Gohil, Sanjay Batra, Prasad Barve and Atul  Parchure.

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