Why Is Happu Ki Ultan Paltan A Stereotype Breaker?
Happu Ki Ultan Paltan streaming on AndTV and ZEE5 is a comedy-drama. It is the spin-off of Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain based on the character of Inspector Happu Singh portrayed by Yogesh Tripathi. The show is full of crackling jokes and fun. But on a serious note, the show also breaks many stereotypes that society has developed. The show stars veteran actor Himani Shivpuri in a prominent role. Happu Singh and his wife Rajjo (Rajesh) are often seen bickering on a daily basis but their love is one of a kind!
Watch an epsiode of Happu Ki Ultan Paltan here.
1. Women can only be a part of housework
The show explores the idea of women working out of the home, earning a livelihood, and being independent. Though it shows Rajesh as a housewife, there are instances in which it has been mentioned that she can be independent if she wants. This is an important lesson for women!
2. A girl and a boy can never be just friends
3. Who says women are not strong?
4. Bigger families mean bigger troubles
The Singh family is a big and chaotic one but the way they celebrate festivals and stay happy is what we need to know about the stereotype that big families mean big troubles!
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