Dollar Bahu

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Dollar Bahu
Created by Cinemaya Media Limited
Written by Sudha Murthy
Directed by Ajai Sinha & Ravi Kemmu
Starring see below
Opening theme "Dollar Bahu" by
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes Total 40
Production
Producer(s) Sunil Hali
Running time approx. 23 minutes
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original release 1 September 2001 – 1 June 2002

Dollar Bahu is a Hindi-language television series that aired on Zee TV channel in 2001. The series is based on a popular novel, "Dollar Sose" (Dollar daughter-in-law), written by the popular Indian philanthropist & columnist, Sudha Murthy.[1] Due to the popularity, the novel was converted into a television series. The story portrays the struggle of a middle-class family to graduate into an upper-class one through their son in the USA. Besides, as the title refers, the series was shot in both India as well as in the United States.[2] In addition, when the serial's shooting began in the USA, the 11 September incident occurred, leaving the entire team of 'Dollar Bahu' devastated.[3]

Overview[edit]

The story is about two daughters-in-law's of a family, one from America and the other one from India. Now, how their mother-in-law treats them (Rupees and Dollar) is uncovered. The story is more of the mother-in-law who thinks that her American daughter-in-law (dollar bahu) is better than her counterpart in India, since she lives in the land of dreams, USA. Henceforth, she desires to live with her son in America. However, when she lives a year or so in America, she realises that the Indians living there face the same problems and challenges as those of living in India. Now she realise that "grass always looks greener on the other side". And when she comes back to India, she shows immense love to the daughter in law whom she felt to be a trash and her grandson. Finally after getting a slap on feelings By her dollar bahu, Gouramma understands the fact that, may be dollar can remove the poverty from one's life. But family is much more important than that of dollars.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sudha Murthy's 'Dollar Bahu' on Zee". India FM. 2001. 
  2. ^ "The million-dollar name behind Dollar Bahu". Tribune India. 2001-09-30. 
  3. ^ "Dollar Bahu survives WTC attack". Screen India. 2001-09-21. 

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