Here's Why I Think That Pehredaar Piya Ki Is Not Going To Be As Uncanny As It’s Being Assumed!
The whole internet is being buzzed with the upcoming TV show Pehredar Piya Ki. People are putting up statuses and comments saying that it’s disgusting and disturbing to even create such a show and are against it, as it is considered as a taboo. The lack of knowledge about the show is leading everyone to lash out and go completely against this show.
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The show is being compared to other shows like, 'Balika Vadhu' which makes no sense.
Tejaswi Prakash Wayangakar, the female lead is making a come back through this show. With her pretty face and amazing acting, she is going to blow everyone. She is playing the role of a caretaker of the 10year old Prince and her father is working in the Royal Gharana. She is going to look like a complete and gorgeous princess.
The promo shows that she sacrifices her desires and dreams to take care of the Prince and agrees to the marriage. The show is going to the first of its kind to show a rather different bond of love between an elder girl and a 10 year old boy.
The Royal Prince is being played by, Afaan Khan, who is the son of Harshwardhan Singh and Padma. Princess Diya (Played by Tejaswi) is going to become the protector of the Prince and her main purpose is to protect the dignity and pride of the Prince.
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This rather unusual marriage does nothing to creep anyone out because I think that the show will not portray any romance between Diya and Prince. Their relationship will be built upon the common effect and respect for each other which will grow during the course of a show.
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The shaming and discourage of this show does not make any sense to me as it is simply going to display how one human being can give up on their dreams and aspirations for another human. The sacrifices that are being portrayed is something that should be an eye-opener for the audience.
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