Sarojini premiered on July 20 at the 6.30 pm slot, replacing Service Wali Bahu on Zee TV. This is the second show being announced in the Zee bouquet after Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani. Sarojini traces the journey of Sarojini, a strong, well-educated girl who gets married into a family with a regressive patriarchal set-up – a household dominated by her over-bearing, chauvinistic father-in-law Dushyant. Dushyant is a control freak father-in-law. Sarojini is a free spirited girl. What would happen when Dushyan. Sarojini endeavors to highlight how education serves as the wind beneath a woman’s wings, giving her the self-esteem she needs to assert herself. Sarojini is a well-mannered, straight forward and vibrant girl studying in Delhi and aspires to be a teacher. Sarojini is a strong-headed woman who stands for woman empowerment.
Sarojini will follow her journey as the daughter-in-law who will motivate the meek women in the house to find their voice and speak up for their rights. Somendra is Dushyant’s younger son and a spoiled brat. He is pampered by his father and the favorite child of the family. Dushyant is the head of the family, a corrupt politician and an evil landlord that even the villagers are petrified of him. He treats women within his family as puppets and dictates their lives. Shiny Doshi is essaying the title role of Sarojini. Mohit Sehgal plays the role of Sarojini’s husband Somendra. Pankaj Tripathy plays the role of her father-in-law Dushyant. Sarojini takes the challenge head on and strives for a healthy balance of power and influence in the household, leveraging education to her advantage. Did you like Sarojini by its start? Let us know in this poll.