The 5 teleplays on Dish TV and D2H Rangmanch Energetic this September, Zee Theatre showcases sturdy and empowered ladies who aren’t afraid to take a stand for themselves. 

Check out a few of the female-oriented performs showcasing ladies empowerment. 

Gudiya Ki Shaadi

Starring Shweta Basu Prasad because the eponymous character Gudiya, the teleplay is a comedy of errors that takes a light-hearted jab on the requirements of magnificence set by society on ladies. On her wedding ceremony day, a mix-up within the shampoo results in Gudiya shedding her eyebrows and her candy Indian wedding ceremony turns right into a pungent comedy of errors. What stays to be seen is that if Gudiya will have the ability to persuade everybody and save her marriage? Additionally starring Virendra Saxena, Samta Sagar, Ishtiyaq Khan, Saroj Sharma, Neha Saraf, Vikram Kochhar, Anveshi Jain.

Sakubai

Saku Bai is the story of a typical and but an unusual lady. It tells the story of all these ladies who play an indispensable half in our lives and whom we ubiquitously deal with as ‘bai’. Exemplifying energy and willpower, Saku Bai tackles each hurdle that comes her means, celebrating life as she is aware of it. A one-woman act by the veteran actress Sarita Joshi, ‘Sakubai’ is a must-watch for the powerhouse feminine.

Doll’s Home

A dramatic relationship stuffed with layered discoveries, ‘Doll’s Home’ follows a married lady Keya as she struggles with the dilemma of defending a secret that would shake her marriage or discovering if her husband’s affection for her goes past treating her like his prized doll. An ordeal of a girl and a spouse; the teleplay portrays a traditional story with a message related by time. Starring Swastika Mukherjee, Subhrajyoti Barat, Ratnabali Bhattacharya, Dibyendu Bhattacharya.

Surya Ki Antim Kiran Se Surya Ki Pehli Kiran Tak

A interval drama on the trials of queen Rani Sheelavati, the teleplay follows her compulsion to enter the apply of niyog prevalent within the princely states through the British Raj. Because the King is unable to supply an inheritor, the queen has to decide on one other man for an evening to fulfil the duties of the dominion. The teleplay captures their particular person battles of disgrace, discomfort, and embarrassment from the ordeal as relationships are strained and new ones are shaped within the course of. the teleplay stars Madhurima Tuli, with Rajat Kaul and Rocky in lead roles.

Agnipankh

The teleplay is about in opposition to the oppressive Zamindari system of 1948 the place the fiercely sturdy Durgeshwari performed by Mita Vashisht goes to lengths to protect her place each within the household and the society. The play additionally stars Dinkar Gawande, Gulki Joshi, Prabhat Sharma, Satyajeet Dubey, Satyajit Sharma, Sheetal Singh, Somesh Agarwal.