Zee TV is proud to present its latest offering 'Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo', which is the story of seventeen year old Laali's optimism about life and her courage and compassion when it comes to rescuing her family from the throes of hunger and abject poverty. The lead role of the girl who embodies all these virtues and is strong enough to protect her family and loved ones is a relatively fresh face Ratan Rajput. The show produced by Swastik Pictures premieres on 16th March, every Mon-Thurs at 9.30pm only on Zee TV.
The term poverty is a relative concept. Even after more than 50 years of Independence, India still has the world's largest number of poor people in a single country. In a small town in Bihar is a minority Dalit race called the 'Musahar' who by profession are rat killers and which is their only means of survival. To this race belongs a family of six that forms the subject of this new show.
On one hand where the show talks about poverty, on the other it also highlights the fact that in this male dominated society, a woman has not lost her identity and has the ability to overcome barriers. Our lead protagonist, Laali, sets an example by supporting her father to run the family. The show shatters the age old myth about women being looked down upon in Indian society and at the same time brings to viewers 'another' India where people have to fight hard to house one square meal a day.
In the background of poverty, the extreme sacrifices that Laali makes is a moving story. This seventeen year old girl lives with her parents and her younger siblings in a village called Koyna in Bihar. They come from a low cast background and by profession are rat killers or 'Musahars' who help the Zamindars to protect their land and homes from infestation. The father scrapes together a small income and the girl does odd jobs around the village to support him. And like any other girl of her age, she also dreams of a happy life after her marriage to a man who loves her. So will her dreams ever come true after a life of struggle and disappointments? Will her father be able to fulfill his daughter's desires after he has seen her give up her childhood to help him meet ends?