Udaari is an upcoming Indian television drama series produced by VENDET Production in collaboration with Colors and VAST Media. The show will premiere on 24th July 2018 on Colors’ flagship channel Colors TV. In a small town near Udaipur, Rajasthan, the lives of four individuals intersect because of their love for pigeons. Vikramaditya Singh — or Viku as he’s commonly known — is the headstrong, quick-tempered, and impulsive heir to the throne of the ruling princely state of Blueganw. Unhappy with his father’s decision to marry him off to a girl he doesn’t even know, Viku runs away from home with his trusted bodyguard and friend, Aakash Bhati. The two friends flee to Udaipur where they meet Pihu Sarvaiya, a spirited young woman who works at her family-run hatchery to supplement her income as an OL operator at a local call center. Although she appears prickly on the surface, it soon becomes evident that Pihu harbors a secret sadness about her.
Udaari Serial Review: Characters
Pihu Sarvaiya: The protagonist of the series is a spirited and independent young woman who is forced to take care of her family after the death of both her parents. Pihu is a compassionate, strong, and determined individual who loves her family and will do anything to protect them. Pihu is unapologetically single, and has no desire to settle down. Although she is aware of the societal pressures surrounding her, she is adamant about not getting married until she finds someone who understands her and her situation. Pihu is a wonderful person who doesn’t discriminate against anyone based on their caste or social status. She treats everyone with respect, and is always willing to help others who are in need. Pihu is fiercely loyal and a great friend, and we can’t wait to see how her character develops over the course of the series.
Aakash is Viku’s bodyguard and friend. He is fiercely loyal to Viku, and will do anything to protect him. He is a quiet, unassuming person who prefers to listen more than he likes to talk. Aakash is aware of the societal pressures surrounding him, but is not affected by them. Aakash is a great friend, and although he wishes to express himself, he is sometimes unable to do so because of his inability to articulate his feelings. We can’t wait to see how Aakash’s character develops over the course of the series.
Vikramaditya Singh (Viku)
Viku is the headstrong, quick-tempered, and impulsive heir to the throne of the ruling princely state of Blueganw. Unhappy with his father’s decision to marry him off to a girl he doesn’t even know, Viku runs away from home with his friend and bodyguard Aakash Bhati. The two friends flee to Udaipur where they meet Pihu Sarvaiya, an OL operator at a local call center, who helps them find a place to stay. Although he is a prince by birth, Viku does not let his title define him. He treats everyone with respect, and will take time out to help others who are in need. Viku is a philanthropist, and although he has a strong urge to please his father, he is also a strong individual with a mind of his own. We can’t wait to see how Viku’s character develops over the course of the series.
Guddu is a widower and the owner of a small-time newspaper called The Blue Card. He is proud of his newspaper, and loves spreading education and knowledge to the masses. Guddu is a proud, dignified, and generous man who visits his old friends every week and stays connected with them. Although he lost his wife many years ago, Guddu has not given up on his dreams despite being alone. He is a strong individual who has dealt with life’s challenges with grace, and is always willing to help others who are in need. We can’t wait to see how Guddu’s character develops over the course of the series.
Nandu is a strong, stubborn, and headstrong man who is determined to grow his small-time newspaper business and expand his publication’s reach in the region. Nandu is a proud man who loves his newspaper, and will do anything to keep it running. Although he is a loving husband and a doting father, he is often driven by his ambition and the need to prove himself. Nandu is an interesting character and we can’t wait to see how his character develops over the course of the series.
Komal is a no-nonsense woman who runs a successful chain of restaurants with her husband, Piyush. Although Komal is a loving wife, she is also a tough individual who is not afraid to express her thoughts and opinions when it comes to her work. Komal is a proud woman who loves her work and her family, and will do anything to keep them safe and happy. We can’t wait to see how Komal’s character develops over the course of the series.
Sumitra Devi (Komu)
Komu is Viku’s mother and the Maharani of Blueganw. She is a strong and dignified woman who is not afraid of voicing her thoughts and opinions. Komu is a kind and generous individual who loves her family and will do anything to protect them. Although she is a modern-day woman who has had a successful career and has carved her own path, Komu has also had to deal with the sexism and misogyny that is prevalent in our society. We can’t wait to see how Komu’s character develops over the course of the series.
The pigeon is often neglected and overlooked as a creature, yet it is one of the most important animals in the world. They are often seen as a nuisance, but pigeons are also used for racing, for racing, for exploring, for military purposes, and for carrying messages. Udaari explores the relationship that humans have with pigeons, as well as the importance of these winged creatures in our society. The show sensitively handles themes such as mental illness and gender equality and is sure to leave you feeling more connected to the world around you.