Anjana Sukhani shares memorable scenes from sets of Saas Bahu Achaar
After announcing its first original series together on Women’s Day, ZEE5 and TVF have now released the trailer of the much awaited ‘Saas Bahu Aachar Pvt. Ltd’. Created by Arunabh Kumar and Apoorv Singh Karki, directed by Apoorv Singh Karki and written by Abhishek Srivastava and Swarnadeep Biswas, the 6-episode web series will premiere on ZEE5 on 8th July. Starring National award-winning actor, Amruta Subhash along with Yamini Das, Anup Soni, Anjana Sukhani and Anandeshwar Dwivedi, the series will be available in Hindi.
Based in the historic lanes of Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi, ‘Saas Bahu Aachar Pvt. Ltd’ revolves around Suman (played by Amruta Subhash), a housewife from a small town, who embarks on an ambitious journey to become an entrepreneur and gain financial independence only to win her kids back from her ex-husband, Dilip (played by Anup Soni). She tries to kickstart her entrepreneurial journey by selling aachar however faces many hardships and realizes early on that this is not going to be an easy journey.
As seen in the trailer, ‘Saas Bahu Aachar Pvt. Ltd’ is Suman’s coming of age story where she finds her true calling in the world of business with the support of her loving mother-in-law (played by Yamini Das) and evolves into her own. However, does she manage to fulfill her dreams of becoming a successful entrepreneur, gaining financial independence, and winning her kids back?
Creators Arunabh Kumar and Apoorv Singh Karki said, “This show is a Tribute to all the women who found their professional calling despite all odds. A woman is a true warrior who battles all the hardships that reveal her highest potential giving her a new dimension”.
Sharing her memorable scene, Anjana Sukhani said, "I think two scenes come to my mind when I think about the most beautiful memories of the show. One is the scene Yamini ji where my character breaks down & says that everyday I get up and I try to make this house my own & I try to make these people my own but I feel dejected and I feel unacceptable here and that hurts a lot. It was beautifully written, lit and executed by both of us I feel but Apoorva had a very clear vision on how he wanted it – not very dramatic but still had to communicate the emotion of her being hurt. Simultaneously even what Yamini ji character wasn’t communicative; she was not anti Manisha but she never accepted her very long time. That kind of ice breaker scene was very beautiful.
There’s another scene which was with Amruta, when I went to meet her for the first time and I think that was just so simply yet complicated scene. It was more about emoting with the eyes emoting than saying it with words. I was trying to say sorry but it's not my fault just in few words."