24th August 2023,Mumbai: Championing Love on the Small Screen
Television shows hold a significant place in our daily lives, and the characters we encounter on screen often become reflections of our own experiences. Among the many portrayals, TV couples showcase a spectrum of relationships that make us believe in the power of love. It’s heartwarming to witness the endearing ways in which husbands treat their wives on screen. Shows like “Anupamaa,” “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai,” and “Pandya Store” have beautifully depicted what it means to be an ideal husband.
Abhimanyu Birla: A Journey of Redemption (Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai)
Harshad Chopda’s portrayal of Abhimanyu in “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” has showcased a character that evolves through mistakes and love. Despite his errors, Abhimanyu’s deep affection for Akshara shines through. His journey of realizing his missteps and genuinely apologizing to Akshara exemplifies growth and commitment.
Anuj Kapadia: A Husband of Support and Romance (Anupamaa)
Anuj Kapadia, a character from “Anupamaa,” embodies the qualities many dream of in a partner. His unwavering support for his wife, his motivational presence, and his nurturing nature make him an exemplary husband. Not to mention, his romantic gestures add an extra layer of charm to his character.
Dev: Striking the Balance (Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi)
Shaheer Sheikh’s portrayal of Dev in “Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi” highlights a critical aspect of a husband’s role – maintaining a balance between family members. Dev’s ability to harmonize his relationship with his mother and his wife showcases his understanding nature. His love and support for his wife further cement his place in the list of best husbands.
Vanraj Shah: The Journey of Redemption (Anupamaa)
While Vanraj’s character in “Anupamaa” faced moments of criticism due to his actions, his journey toward redemption shouldn’t be overlooked. His transformation from mistakes to caring for Kavya, coupled with his evolving support, portrays a complex yet dynamic portrayal of a husband’s growth.
Virat: Loyalty and Mistakes (Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin)
The character of Virat in “Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin” reflects the complexities of love and loyalty. While he initially loved Pakhi, his commitment to Sai after marriage sets an example of staying true to one’s commitments. Virat’s ability to own up to his mistakes and make amends showcases his dedication as a husband.
Ram Kapoor: The Unwavering Support (Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2)
Ram Kapoor’s character in “Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2” is a beacon of unwavering support. His unconditional care for Priya and her family exemplifies the essence of a partner who stands by his loved ones through thick and thin.
Kartik Goenka: A Pillar of Strength (Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai)
Kartik from “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” has captured hearts with his portrayal as a husband who stands strong in the face of adversity. His unwavering support for Naira during her medical challenges showcases the depth of his love and the strength of their relationship.
Manish Goenka: A Tale of Respect and Freedom (Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai)
Manish Goenka’s character tops the list with his portrayal of respect and freedom in “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai.” His partnership with Swarna is marked by mutual respect, understanding, and the space to flourish individually. Their heartwarming romance adds an extra layer of sweetness.
Abhi: A Love That Endures (Kumkum Bhagya)
“Kumkum Bhagya” presents the enduring love story of Abhi and Pragya. Despite the challenges and separations they face, Abhi’s loyalty to Pragya remains unwavering. His steadfast commitment through trials and tribulations stands as a testament to his character as a loving husband.
Hindi TV shows have given us a variety of husband characters who embody different facets of love, support, and growth. From the path of redemption to unwavering loyalty and the ability to strike a balance, these characters have shown us what it means to be an ideal husband. As viewers, we continue to be inspired by these portrayals and find glimpses of our own relationships in their on-screen stories.
-by Kashvi Gala