Sembaruthi, starring Karthik Raj and Shabana Shajahan, is undoubtedly one of the most loved TV series currently running on the tube. From actors to performance to the storyline, everything manages to keep us hooked to our TV screens when it airs on ZEE Tamil. Now with the COVID-19 outbreak, the shooting of Sembaruthi and, of course, other shows, have been stalled. This has definitely come as a disappointment to all the ardent fans of Sembaruthi, hasn’t it? However, the channel is ensuring that it entertains its viewers with Sembaruthi’s highlights in this isolation period. While we can’t wait for Sembaruthi to return to the small screen, here’s a thought on how Parvathy’s ideal marumakal qualities could have impressed Akhila if she wouldn’t have been so stubborn.
Let’s take a look at these qualities of Parvathy that would have given her a good chance at winning over Akhila’s heart and changing the equation between the two.
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Despite Akhila’s constant taunts, insults and hatred, Parvathy still loves and respects her mother-in-law. The only thought that comes to her mind is how to make Akhilandeshwari like and accept her. Parvathy also understands that Akhila’s anger towards her is only because she trusted her (Parvathy) way too much and the latter betrayed her. On the other hand, Parvathy has also been working out ways to make things better between Akhila and her son Adi. We got to agree, Akhila is indeed lucky to have a daughter-in-law like Parvathy.
Knowing Akhila, she hates interference in her decisions. And Parvathy is someone who would never interfere in any conversation taking place between her mother-in-law and husband Adi, nor will she speak against Akhila’s decisions. Parvathy’s just the ideal marumakal, if only Akhila senses it.
Mothers-in-law don’t always say it but want their marumakals to impress them with their cooking skills. As we know, Parvathy, who is a pro at cooking, can bring anyone under her influence by cooking their favorite recipes. However, Parvathy, who knows all the dishes that Akhila enjoys eating, but can’t really do much with her talent. While Akhila too loves the delicious dishes prepared by Parvathy, her ego comes in between. We had seen in the past when Parvathy tried to cook for Akhila. That incident proves that Akhila won’t be convinced so easily. Parvathy’s cooking prowess could have impressed Akhila if only the equation between them was different.
Parvathy, who has been brought up by her father alone, never had a woman in her life to tell her what are the essentials qualities one must carry forward to the in-law’s house. However, her father gave her the right upbringing and moral values and that’s precisely why we adore Parvathy for her personality. Also, we know that Parvathy, who believes in God, has very good knowledge about rituals. She also knows how to follow them. Having a daughter-in-law with these qualities in this age should, ideally, make Akhila proud.
Parvathy is a family-oriented lady, who has the power to bind the family at difficult times. She has always strived to bring people together and make them happy. So, recently, when Adi quit the family business and declared that he is starting his own venture, Parvathy tried to talk him out of it. Also, when he rejects the project offer after learning that his mother stepped in to help him, she gave Adi an earful for the same. And the time when Gajendran revealed to Parvathy that the company is running in loss, Parvathy, without caring about her self respect, went to talk to Akhila only to be insulted thrown out of her room. Knowing Parvathy, we feel that she has always fought with Nandini to protect her family. She may now take things into her hands and solve the issue. What do you say? Stay tuned!
For those who have just started watching Sembaruthi as a means to beat the boredom of coronavirus isolation, here are some important details you should know about the show. Adithya, the heir to a rich family, is secretly married to Parvathy, his household cook. The biggest obstacle to their happiness is Adithya’s mom, the strict and demanding Akhilandeshwari, who has different notions of what her daughter-in-law should be like. She has no idea about her son’s marriage, and Adithya and Parvathy are waiting for the right moment to tell her. Meanwhile, Akhila’s plans to get Adi married to Mithra fails as she learns about her identity. As the wedding is now called off, Adi confesses to his mother about his marriage. On learning the truth, Akhila refuses to accept this marriage. Angry at the way his wife is treated by his mother, Adi quits the family business and tries to strike out on his own. Will Akhila ever be able to accept Parvathy as her daughter-in-law?
Tell us what do you think? Do you also feel Akhila would have loved Parvathy for what she is if her ego was kept aside? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Also, if you are a fan of Tamil dramas, you can check out Oru Oorula Oru Rajakumari currently streaming on ZEE5.