The Married Woman: Amrita Bagchi’s soulful rendition ‘Bematlab’ sums up Ridhi Dogra & Monica Dogra’s journey in the show!

One of the most striking and appealing elements from ALTBalaji’s much-talked-about show ‘The Married Woman’, besides the intense narrative of a woman’s journey, is the soulful track, ‘Bematlab’.
Ever since the makers have launched the trailer, the soothing track from the show ‘Bematlab’ has caught everybody’s attention, especially the music buffs, who were waiting to enjoy the song that launched today, across the official social media handles of ALTBalaji.

Composed, sung, and penned by the multi-talented Amrita Bagchi, Bematlab beautifully summarises Astha and Peeplika’s journey, portrayed by Ridhi Dogra & Monica Dogra respectively, in the show. Just like the beautiful song, the video showcases glimpses of varied emotions captured artistically like a painting. The song also highlights Astha and Peeplika’s relationships with the other pivotal characters essayed by Suhaas Ahuja, Imaad Shah, and others.

Describing the richness of the song, the social media post reads, “When you have it all and yet… there’s emptiness. When your life is settled and yet… there is intolerable restlessness… yeh Kaisa marz hai? When your soul craves another… it WILL, find its way, no matter how many boundaries it has to cross.

Based on celebrated author Manju Kapur’s bestseller novel ‘A Married Woman’, the show narrates the beautiful story of Astha and Peeplika. Set in the nineteen nineties, the story revolves around Astha, an ideal wife, daughter-in-law, and a perfect mother; who has everything a woman can hope from her marriage- a responsible husband, in-laws, and two children, yet she feels incomplete as an individual. Breaking the normal society’s norms, she sets out on a journey of self-discovery. Thus ensues the story and the journey of a married woman. Peeplika, on the other hand, is a complete contrast, an artist who’s never been interested in anything the least bit conventional who helps her explore her path on self-discovery.

‘The Married Woman’ is an urban relationship drama about women and their conditioning levied by society and her search to find herself. Watch the show streaming from 8th March only on ALTBalaji!