Mumbai: Supriya Kumari-Sachin Shroff-starrer TV show "Anudamini" has completed one year of its telecast. The show has clocked over 250 episodes.
The show, which airs on Doordarshan, is about a village girl who comes to Mumbai and struggles to manage her married life. Her husband refuses to accept her, but she manages her husband and his family really well and tries to meet his expectations and style.
"We appreciate our loyal viewers and thank each and every team member for their support in making the year-long journey of 'Anudamini' smooth and successful," Rajesh Kumar Jain, the show's producer said in a statement.
"Somewhere this is a story of those innocent Indian wives, who despite all their efforts, are not well accepted by their husbands and hence the story has been accepted. In a similar manner, Anudamini, who is the protagonist of this story, is rejected by her husband," Jain added.
Supriya, who has previously appeared in shows like "Bairi Piya" and "Sanskar", is playing the titular role in the show along with Sachin Shroff of "Tumhari Paakhi" fame.