Three years of Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya , Shaping Minds and Hearts Through Meaningful Stories

Wagle Ki Duniya – Social issues that the show has highlighted in the past 3 years

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Celebrating three wonderful years of heartwarming storytelling, Sony SAB’s ‘Wagle Ki Duniya: Nayi Peedhi Naye Kissey‘ has truly made its mark on Indian television. Beyond providing entertainment, the show has been addressing daily social issues and encouraging open conversations.

One unique aspect of the show is its portrayal through multiple generations, capturing the grandparents Srinivas Wagle (Aanjjan Srivastav) and Radhika Wagle (Bharati Achrekar), the parents Rajesh Wagle (Sumeet Raghavan) and Vandana Wagle (Pariva Pranati), and the young teenage kids Sakhi (Chinmayee Salvi) and Atharva Wagle (Sheehan Kapahi). Deviating completely from the run-of-the-mill dramas, Wagle Ki Duniya broaches social issues encountered in a common middle class person’s daily life. Here’s taking a closer look at some of the pertinent social topics highlighted by Wagle Ki Duniya in the last three years.

1. Breast cancer awareness

Wagle Ki Duniya courageously tackled the sensitive issue of breast cancer when Vandana faced the diagnosis. The show, committed to responsible storytelling, sensitively highlighted the importance of early detection, dispelling myths, and beautifully portrayed the crucial role of familial support during challenging times.

2. Advocating women’s safety

In a powerful storyline, Wagle Ki Duniya addressed the serious issue of molestation when Sakhi, the elder daughter, faced an unfortunate incident with a fashion photographer. The show depicted Sakhi’s journey, highlighting its psychological toll on her. It also showcased the unwavering support of the Wagle family, as they fearlessly stood by her side, helping her overcome the trauma and fight against the perpetrator.

3. Addressing taboos around menstruation

Wagle Ki Duniya garnered praise for taking on a common taboo in Indian homes. When Sakhi questions her dadi’s traditional views on women during menstruation, the show delivers a thoughtful and heartwarming message, normalizing menstruation and advocating against societal taboos.

4. Tackling child labor

The Wagles addressed the sensitive and troubling issue of child labor when their house help assigned her eight-year-old daughter to care for an infant. Showcasing how child labor robs these children of a joyful childhood, this issue sparked contemplation for those who may have witnessed similar situations in their surroundings and encourages individuals to consider the simple ways they can contribute to changing this issue.

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Wagle ki Duniya

5. Mental health sensitization

Breaking the stigma around mental health, the show sensitively portrayed a character dealing with ADHD. By fostering understanding and empathy for the common disorder, Wagle Ki Duniya encouraged viewers to open up about their struggles without shame.

As Wagle Ki Duniya continues its journey, the show remains a powerful medium for positive change, using relatable storytelling to engage audiences and initiate important dialogues in society.

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