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Faltu: Is this really a girl’s name? Know about Star Plus’ upcoming show on major social issue

Faltu – how is it supposed to be the name of a girl? Are you wondering what is it? Well, we have the answer.

We all know that Star Plus is always keen to throw light on different, realistic topics through its shows. With this constant zeal to address societal issues, the channel is coming soon with its brand new show: Faltu. It will emphasise the journey of an unwanted and unwelcomed girl child who is adopted by her family. She is determined to make her people proud.

Through this upcoming show, the makers want to reveal a facet of society in the traditional community of Rajasthan (from a third child’s viewpoint) to the audience. The show has been widely filmed in different locations in Rajasthan to preserve the genuineness of the plot. This will help the viewers to feel the scenario even better.

The girl wants to prove her worth and let people know that she isn’t ‘Faltu’ but a ‘heera,’ and deserves love and respect too.

Faltu focuses on the social issue of gender bias

The issue of gender discrimination is a never-ending part of our society which hasn’t ended completely even today in modern society as well. If you go back to the old days, a boy child was considered as a gift, while the girl child was named ‘antima,’ ‘nakusha’ and several other names. And, they have a hidden message ‘now it’s time for a boy.

The channel is always on top to display the societal problems through it’s shows. Faltu looks very promising as it comes with an extremely impactful message for society and shows the strength of a girl child. We are sure viewers will be excited to watch the show on Star Plus.

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Suryaprakash Singh


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