The Married Woman Review : An Interesting Web Series which Captures Emotions on the Lens with a lot of Depth

Here's our review of ALT Balaji and Zee 5's recently released web series 'The Married Woman'
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Web Series: The Married Woman
Cast: Ridhi Dogra, Monica Dogra, Suhaas Ahuja, Imaad Shah
TDirector: Sahir Raza
Streaming On: AltBalaji/ZEE5

Content Czarina Ekta Kapoor’s The Married Woman has captured emotions of a woman who is neglected by her husband and the matter has flown steep with the patriarchal in-laws which has kept Aastha longing for love.

In amidst the chaos, she finally finds what she’s searching for desperately in Eijaz, her new colleague. The tables take a turn when Eijaz’ feelings don’t match Aastha’s wavelength. Taking a new route, Aastha now takes the road of becoming good friends with Eijaz’s wife to go closer to the person she loves. The story next is all about weather Aastha gets Eijaz or does she revive her almost dead relationship with her husband and it’s an interesting tale.

A commendable part of the series is the way the dialogues, costumes, and body language. The entire star cast has come together entirely and filled life in it. Each episode will keep you longing for knowing what will the next plot twist to the story be.

The dialogues are really catchy and will resonate with the viewers.

The Married Woman released on March 8, 2021. The series is based on Manju Kapur’s novel A Married Woman. The show is directed by Sahri Raza and produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. While the series is based on Manju Kapur’s novel, the screenplay is written by Jaya Misra, Aparna Nadig and Surabhi Saral.

The Married Woman has an experienced star cast of Ridhi Dogra, Monica Dogra, Suhaas Ahuja, Imaad Shah who have done an impeccable job and is currently live on ALTBalaji & ZEE5.