Marathi television plays a very important role in educating the audience and at the same time offering subjects to inspire them, besides offering entertainment. There are some serials, which are based on mythology, but they are prolonged , taking away the interest of the audience. However, the new serial on Colors Marathi, suitably titled ‘Awaaz-Itihasatlya Soneri Panacha‘, which began on 27th June 2016 has already completed two chapters, covering the biopic of two legends namely ‘Sant Dnyaneshwar‘ and ‘Mahatma Jyotiba Phule‘ the legends in history of Maharashtra. It was a pleasure to watch the performances of Saurabh Gokhale and Prasad Oak, portraying the roles of Sant Dnyaneshwar and Mahatma Jyotiba Phule .
After covering the important events in their lives in about eight episodes each, now they have started the chapter of Rani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore, whose reign in central India lasted for about 30 years. Ahilyabai was a very able ruler and a perfect organizer and was highly respected person. Therefore, it will be interesting to watch her story on small screen, through this serial. It is also interesting to watch Urmila Kanetkar Kothare playing her character, after returning to small screen almost after 5 years.