Now the magic of 'Pushpa' will play on TV too, will go door to door and give a message of not bowing down

After the success of South's superhit film Pushpa, she is also going to enter on TV. Yes, actually, Pushpa Impossible is the story of a woman and her phenomenal transformation in her quest to gain respect from her family and society through education. Starring Karuna Pandey in the lead, the show traces the tremendous transformation of a woman from a victim of fate to a champion of her goal. Pushpa Impossible premieres on Sony SAB on 6th June at 9.30 PM. Pushpa Impossible is the story of an uneducated but self-identified woman from Patan, Gujarat, who, after getting entangled in various bizarre errands, is now working on a mission to feed herself from her chawl room in Mumbai and secure the future of 3 children. Tiffin service.

While constantly trying to keep her family happy and not being disappointed with the things she doesn't have, she became callous and outspoken. He has little or no time to think about his dreams. However, Pushpa most regrets not being able to complete her studies. In the midst of the pressures of running the household and making a living, Pushpa's inadequacy often lags behind her urge to keep moving forward.

The same Pushpa says that her children are ashamed of her and the society does not give her the respect she deserves because she is illiterate. Ahead is an astonishing journey to complete her education and turn the tide of fate and lead her on the path of earning a life of dignity and honour. Produced by Hats of Production, Pushpa Impossible stars Naveen Pandita, Darshan Gurjar, Deshna Dugad, Garima Parihar and Bhakti Rathod amongst the finest.

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