Rupali Ganguly, who rose to fame playing the role of Monisha in Sarabhai Vs. Sarabhai, had a triumphant comeback on television with the smash hit "Anupamaa." "Anupamaa" is a popular Indian television drama series that premiered in 2020. The show revolves around the story of a woman named Anupamaa, who sacrifices her dreams and desires for the sake of her family's happiness.
The show has had a significant impact on Indian women, particularly those who are homemakers. It has shown them the importance of self-love, self-respect, and the need to pursue their dreams and aspirations. Anupamaa's character has become a role model for many women, as she demonstrates the importance of being strong, independent, and resilient in the face of adversity.
The programme, which debuted during COVID, has dominated the charts since its inception. Nonetheless, the actress has been in the news recently. Earlier, she revealed her personal and professional lives. Rupali stated in a recent interview that Anupamaa has a huge impact on women and she called herself a ‘puppet’.
In a recent interview, Rupali Ganguly, now more popularly known as Anupama, spoke about how the show has been making a great impact on women and gives entirely credit to the show's producer, Ranjan Shahi. In a recent episode of 'The Ranveer Show' podcast, Rupali shared, “Anupamaa has very big cultural role in this country. I think so, because there have been so many women who come and say that they learned self-love. This is a very big thing and we are just faces. We are just puppets. The one who created the show is Rajan Shahi. This is his vision. This is his confidence that he brought a 42 year old woman on tv screen. He brought a show called ‘Anupamaa’ through her, he brought the story of a housewife who was very frustrated with her in-laws, husband and children.”
She further added, “To bring this story up at this time, Rajan ji took a very big risk. There are things that we have spoken about, for example, “we should not bargain with small vendors”, I think that clip went viral then in a way , ordination, culture the importance of worship is told. So, all this is the work of Rajan ji.”
Overall, "Anupamaa" has had a positive impact on Indian women by empowering them, giving them a voice, and inspiring them to pursue their dreams and aspirations.