Best TV Jodi of the YEAR 2013 (Gautam Rode and Jennifer Winget in Saraswati Chandra)
Saraswathichandra is a poignant love story of two soul mates: Saras and Kumud, who are denied the joy of becoming one by destiny and tradition. Whenever they try to move away from each other, life keeps bringing them together again. Their love story goes through several ups and downs. Eventually Kumud gets married to someone else while Saras, out of unconditional love, decides to take care of her family and fulfil duties as the man in her life. It is a classic tale of love and heart ache, pride and prejudice, of yearning and longing between two people who were so close yet not close enough to two people today who are so far from each other yet not far enough in heart.
Jennifer Singh Grover Role
Kumud is born in a middle class family and is based in a small backward village of Gujarat. She is a girl of Ďtoday' and considering the circumstances of her birth, she is way ahead of the times in her little backward village. She is an intelligent and sharp-witted person while also being proud and progressive. She has her values intact and for her family's pride is of utmost importance to her. She has a never say die spirit.
Gautam Rode Role
Saraswatichandra is a modern yet traditional young man, who has completed his education from Harvard. He has a keen business sense and does not miss out on any single opportunity to do charity. His father is a rich businessman based in Dubai and he has been brought up by his step mother. He has a deep connection with his mother, so much so that, even after her death he fulfills all the promises made to her. Saraswatichandra is a man full of love, compassion and integrity. He stays by his words and believes that the seven vows of marriage are not necessary to fulfill all those promises. He believes that one can fulfill those promises even without taking the vachans and the seven feras.