Staying true Zee world full story, plot summary casts

Staying true Zee world:

Living in a patriarchal society where women still struggle for their basic rights to education and to live life like they want it. And while the situation has been changing gradually, we often hear or see stories of a woman’s courage and undeterred spirit to fulfil her dreams despite all the obstructions from society.

Staying true mirrors that struggle in the life of Paragi… an ambitious woman who harbours dreams of becoming an IAS officer. However, she must find a way to do so while her husband and his family are a constant thorn in her flesh

Staying true Zee world full story.

The story begins with the introduction of a bubbly girl Paragi (played by Akshita) who is gearing up for her sister’s sangeet. But it is a big day for Paragi as amid the celebrations, she is looking forward to fulfilling her dream of applying for UPSC exams. However, things aren’t as easy as they appear to be in the beginning.

While Paragi appears to be hardworking and determined to fulfil her and her late father’s wish of her becoming an IAS officer, her badi maa Chanda (played by Richa) isn’t happy with her aspirations.

In fact, Chanda and her kids aren’t fond of having Paragi around and are often seen exploiting her for household chores. However, it was Paragi’s papa who was her biggest support and wanted her to fulfil her dream of becoming an IAS officer. And while Paragi is set to take the first step towards fulfilling her by submitting her UPSC form, a new twist comes her way. Will she be able to achieve her dream or will the society crush her aspirations?

The first episode has begun on a great emotional note and manages to build a connection with the audience. Akshita has won hearts by playing the bubbly girl with high aspirations and has left a mark in the first episode itself, while Richa will make you fall in love with her negative character of a mean aunt. As the story appears to be relatable, it will be interesting to see if the makers will manage to hold the plot in the coming episodes or will it end up being a usual family drama. Overall, Staying true is an interesting family drama with a new plot and can be a breath of fresh air for the audience.

Popular TV actress Anita Hassanandani, who is known for her role in several tv shows had leaned support for the show, the actress talked about the show and how it deals with the issue of gender equality and women empowerment in the society.

Anita shared, “Well, I love the concept because it’s very important to spread awareness in the rural areas about equality. A woman can manage her household chores along with managing her career. We all know in rural areas when a girl child is born, they are not provided with the kind of education that is required. In fact, they either drop out or are not allowed to study and mostly take for granted that they’ll have to take care of the house as and when they grow up. So, I feel if this can be changed, a lot of things will fall in place.”

When asked if she has faced similar problems, Anita shared, “So, in our industry, I really don’t think women get sidelined, in fact at times the female actor is likely to get paid more because their roles are very crucial in the television shows. I think the film industry has also progressed and now we are all at the same level, so the television and film industry has been treating us equally is what I feel. ”

She adds, “Usually, we’ve grown up seeing regressive narratives, but this one I feel is a step ahead. The concept of this show is quite intense and something which needs to be put on the frontline so we can change the thought process of the society.”
She goes on to say that everybody will relate to it because there are many families in India where woman’s education is not taken very seriously, even though times are changing, and a lot of women are pursuing their careers and realizing the importance of following their dreams.

She concludes by saying, “So, a lot of them will connect to it and in a positive way and acknowledge the fact that it’s important to let the woman, ‘bahu’ or sister of the house pursue her dreams and career,”.

Staying true Main casts.

Akshita Mudgal As : Paragi

Hitesh Bharadwaj As : Sanjay Pathak

Richa Bhattacharya As : Chanda (Paragi’s aunt)



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