The Married Woman, Ridhi Dogra, Monica Dogra, Astha, Peeplika, Ekta Kapoor, Alt Balaji,
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After a long wait, one of the most-awaited web series has finally dropped in yesterday, i.e. March 8, 2021. Yes, you guessed it right, we’re talking about The Married Woman. Ekta Kapoor’s pathbreaking drama The Married Woman starring Ridhi Dogra and Monic Dogra in the leads, the web series is out. Ridhi plays Astha, a seemingly well-settled married lady, while Monica plays a carefree modern girl Peeplika.

The theme of the web show is finding oneself. Yes, The Married Woman takes us through Astha’s journey towards self-realization. With The Married Woman, Ekta Kapoor taps our thinking and notions of ‘right and wrong.’ She also makes us question ‘love and true happiness.’ Astha and Peeplika challenge normal societal norms with their bond.


Ridhi Dogra as Astha shows the struggle of every Indian woman, who wants to break the mould and live life on her own terms. But, when she finally tries to move towards self-love, self-worth, and self-happiness, she is questioned and targetted by everyone. During such times, a support-system like Monica Dogra aka Peeplika is all one needs.

The first reactions from viewers for The Married Woman are out, and they’re already loving the show. Viewers are not only praising the bold storyline but also Ridhi and Monica’s powerful performances. Yes, Ridhi and Monica have won viewer’s hearts with their spine-chilling acting skills in The Married Woman.

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Apart from Ridhi and Monica, Imaad Shah, Divya Seth Shah, Nadira Babbar, and Suhas Ahuja, among others, have pivotal roles. The Married Woman streams will on ALTBalaji and ZEE5. The web show is based on the novel, ‘A Married Woman’ authored by Manju Kapur.

Have you watched The Married Woman yet? How did you like Astha and Peeplika’s story? Let us know.

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