Insight Online News
New Delhi, Sep 19 : Weaving an extraordinary bond between a woman and her son, mythological narrative, ‘Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala’ in its current track, highlights Lord Krishna’s multiple mischieves and ‘maakhan choris’ as it was an integral part of his life.
In the upcoming week, the viewers will witness how natkhat Kanha continues to steal maakhan from the gopis, who then come up with a plan to catch him red-handed and prove their innocence to Maiyaa Yashoda.
Balram, on the other hand, would be seen complaining about Kanha to Maiyaa Yashoda after finding him eating mud. Yashoda who is worried about Kanha asks him to open his mouth. She is left astounded and faints when she witnesses the entire ‘Brahmaand’ in her Kanha’s mouth.
Neha Sargam, essaying the role of Maiyaa Yashoda, said, “During my childhood, when I was first told the story about the Brahmaand in Kanha’s mouth, I was very intrigued to know more about it. I used to keep questioning my mother about the various facets of Lord Krishna’s life. His stories have always inspired me to do good and be a better version of myself. I feel very connected with every sequence shot, as it takes me down the memory lane when my mother used to narrate Lord Krishna’s tales to me.”
“The upcoming sequence is very exciting as Maiyaa Yashoda will witness an unbelievable sight in her little Kanha’s mouth. Lord Krishna demonstrates that he is the Brahmand who transcends far beyond this universe. It was a joyous moment for me to convey this narrative to Trisha who was stunned hearing this. I loved watching her reaction which helped both of us connect with the character more efficiently,” she added.
‘Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala’ airs Monday to Friday at 8:30 pm on Sony.