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Talented duo Toral Rasputra and Anurag Sharma join the cast of COLORS’ upcoming social drama ‘Doree’

Talented duo Toral Rasputra and Anurag Sharma join the cast of COLORS' upcoming social drama 'Doree'

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The promo of COLORS’ upcoming show ‘Doree’ has captivated viewers with glimpses of a societal issue that’s woven into the fabric of our consciousness. Continuing the legacy of breaking stereotypes with it’s content delivery, COLORS is all set to bring a compelling social drama that is sure to spark a conversation about gender inequality. Set in Varanasi, the said offering revolves around a six-year-old Doree, who challenges the male-dominated handloom industry with the support of her foster father, Ganga Prasad. Kailashi Devi Thakurain is the dictator of the Thakur family who are well known handloom aristocrats, and her sons are the heirs of her empire. She has made her son, Anand Thakur the face of her empire and he would go to any extent to impress his mother. His ambition to be the second in command unwittingly places him at odds with his wife, Mansi, giving rise to a discord in the family. The show has roped in two versatile actors Toral Rasputra and Anurag Sharma in the roles of Mansi and Anand, the husband and wife.

 

Talking about essaying the role of Mansi, Toral Rasputra shares, “I’m thrilled about being part of COLORS’ legacy after having featured as a protagonist in its iconic show Balika Vadhu and a few other projects that have women at its centre. COLORS has been a pioneer in narrating such impactful story and nothing makes me happier than stepping aboard for Doree., The show will highlight gender inequality. I will be seen essaying the character of Mansi, who is Kailashi Devi’s daughter-in-law. Mansi is cornered by her fear of raising her voice against her dictator mother-in-law who propagates patriarchy. I’m fully committed to immersing myself in the role and I hope the audience will embrace me in this new character.”

 

Set to be seen essaying the role of Anand, Anurag Sharma says, “I’m extremely excited about collaborating with COLORS and essaying the role of Anand, one of the heirs of the handloom empire in Varanasi. Anand is Kailashi Devi’s son, and he is used to being subdued by his mother. I’m nothing like the character I’ll be essaying and that’s what brings an element of challenge for me. I’m proud to be part of a show that aims to create conversations about socially relevant issues and hope it strikes a chord with the audience.”

Stay tuned to COLORS for more updates.

 

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