The huge expectations and immense hype surrounding ALTBalaji’s ‘The Married Woman’ is a testament to how the viewers had eagerly been waiting to witness the much-talked-about show. Launched on International Women’s Day, the show is already creating a splash in the digital world with a mixture of impactful dialogues, crisp screenplay, powerful performances by an ensemble of talented actors. The gripping narrative, profound background score, and outstanding performances elevate The Married Woman several notches higher.
Directed by Sahir Raza and beautifully adapted by Jaya Mishra and Surabhi Saral from celebrated author Manju Kapur’s bestseller novel ‘A Married Woman’, the show has been making all the right noises. Set in the nineties, The Married Woman brings two women who fall in love and explore lives through their dynamics that weren’t even a concept for India in that era. The dialogue ‘jab tak aap boundary cross na karo, tab tak pata kaise chalega ke boundary hai kahan?’ encapsulates the emotion of the show beautifully.
An urban, relationship drama about individuality, connection, and self-discovery, ‘The Married Woman’ is headlined by Ridhi Dogra and Monica Dogra with a talented ensemble star cast including Imaad Shah, Ayesha Raza, Rahul Vohra, Divya Seth Shah, Nadira Babbar, and Suhaas Ahuja, amongst others. The show and associated content view numbers across social media of a soaring 50 MN+ views are evidence of how audiences not just from India but from around the globe are binge-watching the same and applauding it. Before its launch, the show also topped the charts on IMDB’s most anticipated shows list.
One of the biggest USPs of the show is also the title track ‘Bematlab’ – composed, sung, and penned by the multi-talented Amrita Bagchi that beautifully summarises Astha and Peeplika’s journey in the show. Just like the beautiful song, the show highlights the glimpses of varied emotions captured artistically like a painting.
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