The main reason behind launching the show at this heritage temple is the significance behind it. It's a temple dedicated to the mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law of the nation to glorify the relationship they share. A king back in the 10th century in Mahipala of Kachchhwaha dynasty got it reconstructed.
This show with an anti-heroine protagonist played by Shrenu Parikh presents a completely different take on the typical saas-bahu daily soaps, in sync with the unique concept of the show; the makers devised an equally unusual launch of the TV serial.
An excited Shrenu shares, "I am extremely thrilled, not just to launch my show but also about the fact that we are opting for such a unique strategy to begin our journey is exciting me. Sarvagun Sampanna is an incredibly different show and our launch completely complements the thought as we visit the Saas-Bahu temple in Udaipur. The 1000-year-old temple is an iconic symbol of the relationship between a daughter-in-law and mother-in-law, which is exactly what our show thrives on too."
The Saas-Bahu temple
The highly unconventional show traces the story of a daughter-in-law of a rich and prestigious family who is an ideal Bahu for the family; however, she is secretly plotting against her in-laws. The pretentious Jahnvi Mittal inherits all the qualities of an ideal Bahu, but in reality, dwells on evil and torturous ideas.
The promos of the show have piqued the interest of the viewers by giving an insight into the villainous arc of the lead actress. Building curiosity amongst the masses, the promos have left everyone wondering about the intentions of Janhvi.
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