Pehredaar Piya Ki

Sony's "Pehredaar Piya Ki" is about a royal wife who has married the heir much younger to her only to protect his life. (photo provided)

MUMBAI—The new Sony show “Pehredaar Piya Ki” narrates a one-of-a-kind tale of Diya, who breaks the shackles of a monotonous thought, “Man of the House” and as the defender reverses the role. Diya dons the avatar of a silent guardian for her husband Ratan and thus breaks the stereotype, which in turn establishes her character as a woman of substance.

The Shashi Sumeet Production is a narrative about Ratan Singh, heir of the Maan Singh Heritage Group of Hotels in Devgarh, Rajasthan. This young heir is constantly under threats, and the only way to keep him safe is to get him married to an elder woman so that she can become his protector.

As the “Pehredaar Piya Ki,” Diya, who has always been too sheltered in life, takes up her duty of a wife and commits to protecting her husband from all dangers. The show offers viewers a visual treat consisting of landscapes, regal opulence, picturesque locations, magnificent mansions, the royal heritage of Rajasthan and most importantly a unique saga never before explored on Indian television.

“Pehredaar Piya Ki” premieres Jul. 17.

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