As a part of the content extravaganza that Zee TV plans to offer its viewers in the festive month of October, the channel presents a heart-warming story that captures the essence of the ever-evolving dynamics of the saas-bahu relationship in Bharatiya society. A relationship, often portrayed as typically adversarial, political and manipulative especially on Bharatiya television, will now make way for an equation that is based on trust, hope, a friendship that has the two going out on a limb for each other in Zee TV's new show ‘Hamariwali Good News’. In fact, the show presents a most unique role reversal between the daughter-in-law Navya and her mother-in-law Renuka to give their family the much awaited ‘Good News’.

Popular actress Juhi Parmar will be seen portraying the role of Renuka in this new and exciting show on Zee TV. While all her fans are excited to see her on TV once again, looks like it is her daughter Samairra who is very eager to see her on the small screen again. As Juhi revealed, "Samairra misses having me around at home, but she’s very excited to see me back on television."

While talking about breaking the news of her new show to her daughter, Juhi shared an interesting story of Samairra. Recalling the conversation, Juhi said "When I first told her about the show, she was surprised. She was worried about the pandemic, but when I made her understand that I'll be taking all the precautions and I've taken up this role because I really love the character, she understood. In fact, her gesture on the first day of my shoot left me speechless. She not only reminded me to take absolute precautions, but also personally handed me her mask and sanitiser. Her innocence and her love for me really touched my heart. My parents are taking care of her while I am away and once, I am back home, I make sure I take a shower, so that I can hug her and spend time with her right away. Samairra is now busy planning a Hamariwali Good News premiere night at home with her grandparents for me.”

While Samairra is eagerly waiting for the premiere like all of you, Hamariwali Good News has already become the talk of the town courtesy its fresh and unique concept. Set in Agra, the show features the Tiwari parivaar who like most families, are grappling with the quest for the quintessential 'Good News' of a tiny tot who'll fill up their lives with joy. Only this time around, it is the Saas who rather than pressurising or berating her bahu for not being able to conceive, will go the extra mile, brush aside considerations such as age and 'Log Kya Kahenge' by conceiving a baby with her husband to bring the 'Good News' that they collectively await. After all, who better than your own family to back you up

when your chips are down and there seems to be no hope! The journey of this unique Saas-Bahu relationship and the manner in which it beautifully deepens in the face of this role reversal forms the crux of Hamariwali Good News.

To know more, tune in to Hamariwali Good News which premieres on 20th October, only on Zee TV