TV industry’s one of the highly appreciated Bahu Divyanka Tripathi talks about the characters in the TV industry. The actress also admires portraying a character that is not like a daily soap saas-bahu.
Recently in an interview with India Forums, Divyanka Tripathi said, “I don’t want to play the role of a submissive, helpless woman, because women are beyond that now, we are living in such an era in India where phones have reached the most rural areas and that means there is awareness. If I do such a role that shows that women are still being subjected to atrocities or are only taking care of their family and that is all that her being becomes, this limits the strength of women and their entity. I want to do something beyond that.”
“I want to make them aware and have them know that they are more powerful than the society portrays them to be. A lot of times, the expectations of people or their thinking about how a women can only do so much, and they are told that they can only do this, and not do that, they simply agree to that and sit back. We are prepped for everything; we women are multi-taskers and that is what I want to show,” she added.