Aaj Ki Housewife Hai... Sab Jaanti Hai was a Hindi television series which was broadcasted on Zee TV. The lead characters were played by Suhasi Goradia Dhami and Anirudh Dave. The series was premiered on December 31, 2012 and ended on August 23, 2013. The serial was telecasted for 170 episodes. The serial was directed by Saabir Mustafa and produced by Gulshan Sachdeva.
The cast of the serial include Anirudh Dave as Kanhaiyya Chaturvedi, Suhasi Goradia Dhami as Sona Kanhaiyya Chaturvedi, Himani Shivpuri as Sunaina Chaturvedi, Parikshit Sahni as Gyaneshwar Chaturvedi, Rita Bhaduri as Girija Devi, Rajesh Jais as Govardhan Chaturvedi, Aanchal Dwivedi as Bindiya Govardhan Chaturvedi, Prashant Chawla as Manohar Chaturvedi, Preeti Puri as Renu Manohar Chaturvedi, Monica Khanna as Neelam Uddham Chaturvedi, Shyam Masalkar as Durgesh, Shivangi Sharma as Darshana, Rahul Pendkalkar as Chikku Manohar Chaturvedi, Pooja Singh as Julie Govardhan Chaturvedi, Ketki Dave as Sarla, and Sushmita Mukherjee as Indrani Devi, etc.
The story revolves around a police man (Kanhaiyya Chaturvedi) and a journalist (Sona Kanhaiyya Chaturvedi). The story focuses on how they both get married and shows Sona’s quest of becoming a good housewife. The director has depicted some traditional rituals of an Indian state Uttar Pradesh. It was a very popular TV serial among the women.
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Aaj Ki Housewife Hai... Sab Jaanti Hai is a serial on Zee Tv which started on December 31, 2012 and ended by August 23, 2013. It was nominated for the Indian Telly Awards. It has a total of 170 episodes. This story goes around Kanhaiyya Chaturvedi who is a Cop and Sona, who is a Journalist. This story goes on how Sona quits her job for the sake of her family and how she takes it forward, and how she handles the job and house-hold work and at later stages how she quit her job to handle the house-hold work and keeping the family happy, with a lot of confusions & issues solving by keeping her dignity.
This story gives a message that "Homemaker is no where less important than a working women".