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Published on Sep 11, 2012
Jeet reveals Raavi that he is not at all angry with her and knows everything about her and Nitin and also tells her that he is proud of her for revealing the truth to her Mother later, Raashi comes to know that Raavi likes Nitin and she informs Rocky about Raavi and Nitin's incident and through Rocky Sweety comes to know about Nitin and Raavi's relationship thus, Pinky recollects Sweety's incident in which she had said to her that, she saw Raavi and Nitin coming close to each other. How will Jeet and Pinky solve Raavi and Nitin's matter?
'Parvarrish -- Kuchh Khatti Kuchh Meethi' is a beautiful narration of parent-child relationship -- a story of nurturing, supporting and guiding the child and most importantly the different roles parents play while bringing up their children. The different thoughts and beliefs of parenting come alive in the strong role-play of different sets of parents and their varied approach towards upbringing of the kids. Paravrrish unfurls these diverse roles that parents play in development of their children. It is the story of real people, real emotions of parenting set in present day times.Parvarrish is an interestingly woven family drama about two sisters, Sweety Ahluwalia and Pinky Ahuja, who are caught up in a hearty sibling rivalry in their attempt to be a better parent. Each has a different set of beliefs and a different take on how one needs to bring up their children and like all the parents in today's world, both the sisters and their husbands play different roles at different points and in their children's lives. Pinky believes that one needs to be a friend to one's children, whereas Sweety believes in being a stricter and disciplinarian mother. The show explores the universal concept of parenting with two mothers and their different approaches towards it.Parvarish is not just about the varied roles that parents play in the journey of bringing up their children ... it is about a different world altogether -- a world filled with the pangs and the joys of being parents.